By default the WordPress Comment Form is very plain and it often needs a touch of customisation. On the latest theme I am working on I wanted a few changes to the comment form. To do this I needed to change the arguments passed to the comments form along with a few lines of styling.Continue reading “Customising a WordPress Comment Form”
Personally I feel that the masonry blog layout is a bit over-used these days but for a portfolio or photography site it serves a definite purpose. A masonry layout is a nice way of overcoming the problems caused by the different size images, e.g. portrait and landscape.Continue reading “Masonry Blog Layout”
Often there are times when I want to append a search form to a menu. This site is an example of where I did just this.Continue reading “Append Search Form To Menu”
The WCAG standards are very specific about adding alternative attributes to image links. The alt attribute provides alternative information for an image if a user for some reason cannot view it (e.g. if the user is using a screen reader).
WordPress adds a level of complexity to the situation in that when a user adds an image to the either a post or page he/she can enter their own alt attribute.Continue reading “Auto Alt Attributes To Featured Images”
Whenever I hear the terms video and website responsiveness all in one sentence the little hairs at the back of my neck start raising. The reason for this is because videos tend to lose their aspect-ratios as the screen sizes change.Continue reading “Responsive Videos”