Tag Archives: css

The John O’Nolan Twitter Redesign Script

| Created: October 7th, 2010
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A week or so ago, John O’Nolan tweeted a link to a Photoshop redesign of Twitter, making it look less cluttered. Like a bit of a nerd, I turned it into a Greasemonkey script.

Really it was just a bit of fun. Once I start thinking about how to do something, I may as well just go and do it. So it was just a once off – I won’t be updating the script in future, etc.

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Centered Fixed Width Layout And Scrollbar Problem

| Created: October 25th, 2008
CSS 24 Comments

I recently ran into a CSS problem with a centered fixed width layout. It’s probably been written about before and experienced web developers may already know this, but it caught me out. I’m reasonably experienced, so I thought it worth mentioning here. Continue reading

Exciting New Look For More Than Scratch The Surface

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This post marks an exciting new theme for More Than Scratch The Surface. Regular readers won’t recognise the site! I’ve extensively overhauled the theme and in this post I explain the changes, the choices I made and why I made them. Continue reading

WordPress – Colour Selector For Text Boxes in Posts

| Created: June 25th, 2007
WordPress Hacks 11 Comments

In recent posts, I outlined how to create both simple and rounded text boxes within a post. I’ve now created a Colour Selector for both types of text boxes, which allows you to select colours you want, see a preview of the text box, then gives you the code for it. Continue reading

WordPress – Rounded Text Boxes in Posts

| Created: June 21st, 2007
WordPress Hacks 47 Comments

In my previous article I explained how to create simple text boxes, using CSS, to highlight certain text in your posts. While this is easy and effective, what I really wanted was to create text boxes with rounded corners. This article covers one technique that allows you to do this. Continue reading

WordPress – Simple CSS Text Boxes In Posts

| Created: June 8th, 2007
WordPress Hacks 61 Comments

In this article, I outline how to create simple text boxes using both inline and external CSS and how to set up a quicktag button so you can use them with the minimum of effort. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to do! Continue reading