A couple days ago I was wondering how transitions and transition delays worked; so I set out to make a cool hover effect with multiple different transitions and transition delays to learn. It ended up looking pretty cool, so I thought I would share a tutorial with the world. The end product looks like: THIS […]
I was seeing so many beautiful websites, some that have received Awwwards, using an effect where as I move my mouse (also called a cursor) the background image moves. It is beautiful and simple, not to mention a great way to add an interactive edge to your website. Straight to the Code Here is an […]
If you are like me you have ran in to this issue many times. You want to add a border to the bottom of an element but you don’t want it to be under 100% of the element. You just want it to be under a bit of it. You could go in to the […]
To jump straight to the code click here. This post by Steck Insights Web Design is for WordPress bloggers who have subscribers that receive regular updates, but are having issues with the publishing date or time (pubdate). To fix this problem we need to get on the same page about what RSS is, why we […]
When working on Search Engine Optimization either for yourself or a client it is good to know what people are searching for and by what search terms they use to get to your site. By knowing what keywords people are using in order to get to your page, you can better understand your audience and […]
If you have a caching plugin installed on your WordPress website, chances are that you will experience a “Cookies Blocked” error message while trying to log into the WordPress admin dashboard at some point in your life. I’ve seen this since we begin implementing caching and security plugins more heavily on our websites. Honestly, I […]
A friend and client recently brought up an issue with their website randomly reordering and switching images when pulled up on iPhone 5s and previous. It seemed that on Safari’s mobile browser, images were often not appearing or they were being swapped out for other images. For example, sometimes the social media icons would become […]
I wanted to know how to offset posts in the Genesis Framework without losing pagination. Between the WordPress codex, some of Bill Erickson’s writings on custom post loops and lots of trial and error, I was able to create an efficient, working solution.
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Recently, I was completing SEO work for a client and noticed that they had several 404 errors in their Google Webmaster Tools Crawl Erros toolbox. Digging in a little bit more, I discovered that some were a result of a missing http:// in the URL, but others seemed to be coming from the author pages. […]