Get a Google Wave Invite Here

December 7th, 2009

Are you’re interested in Google Wave, but still haven’t got an invite? I’ve recently got my hands on some spare invites, so leave a comment on this post and I’ll send you one (just make sure you enter a working email address in the appropriate comment form field).

For those […] Continue Reading…

Reliably Detecting The WordPress Version

December 2nd, 2009

Sometimes you might want to find out if a website is built with WordPress, and which specific version of WP it’s running. In this post I’ll discuss a number of detection techniques, including ways to deal with sites that hide the fact that they’re running WordPress or spoof the […] Continue Reading…

15+ Useful Firefox Addons For Web Developers

November 27th, 2009

Everyone already knows and loves Firebug and Web Developer. So instead of another redundant “Top 10” list, here’s a collection of 15+ great add-ons that you might not have heard about yet.
Dust-Me Selectors

Dust-Me Selectors helps you find unused CSS selectors. You can use it to test an individual page, […] Continue Reading…

Broken Link Checker 0.7 – Now With Search & Filters

November 24th, 2009

Behold, a new version of the Broken Link Checker plugin for WordPress is available! This release includes the routine batch of bug fixes, two new translations (Spanish and Belorussian), an option to mark removed links with a special CSS class and, most importantly, a Search box :

The URL field […] Continue Reading…

Game Review : Love

November 20th, 2009

I must admit, I’ve always been a sucker for sandbox-style gameplay. I’ve wasted hours playing with Falling Sand and it’s variants, spent weeks building fortresses for alcoholic dwarves, and I still log into Minecraft almost every day. So it was only natural that when I heard that an alpha […] Continue Reading…