Pure CSS Perversion

June 16th, 2010

Sometimes it seems that not a month goes by without another “Pure CSS Something” project. Most recently, it was the Pure CSS Twitter “Fail Whale” page that has been making the rounds on Twitter and social news sites for the last few days. Before that, we had the Opera […] Continue Reading…


Bookmarklet Combiner

June 2nd, 2010

I love bookmarklets. Over time, I have accumulated a sizable collection of bookmarklets ranging from development tools (yay for ReCSS!) to great little utilities like Readability. Chances are that some of you have, too.

I also like to keep my browser window trim and slim, and a crowded bookmark bar […] Continue Reading…


Feedback Forums For My WP Plugins

May 24th, 2010

I’ve created UserVoice forums for a couple of my most popular WordPress plugins. You can use them to post your ideas and feature suggestions, as well as view suggestions posted by other users and vote/comment on them. Here are the currently available forums :

Broken Link Checker forum
Admin Menu Editor […] Continue Reading…


How To Filter The Whole Page In WordPress

May 20th, 2010

WordPress has numerous hooks for filtering posts, comments, feed items and more, but no built-in filter that would let you intercept and modify an entire page. However, you can do that fairly easily with PHP’s output buffering functions. Today I’m going to show you how.

Crash-Course In Output Buffering
As the […] Continue Reading…


Integrating WP.org Plugin Ratings Into The Dashboard

May 17th, 2010

The WordPress.org plugin directory has a neat rating system that lets users rate plugins both on overall quality and on compatibility with specific WP versions. However, its usefulness is stymied by poor integration with WordPress itself. To try to remedy that, I’ve created a plugin that lets you vote […] Continue Reading…