Bear CSS is a handy little tool for web designers. It generates a CSS template containing all the HTML elements, classes & IDs defined in your markup.
I was bored with the default breadcrumbs that come with Theme Hybrid. Wanted something new. I looked up some tutorials for nice looking breadcrumbs. Found this one which I liked quite a lot and decided to implement it for Humbug. Usually, things are very simple with Theme Hybrid, but this one was slightly ugly. Here’s the code that I used: Continue reading
In wordpress, if 2 widgets are stacked horizontally, there is no straightforward way of setting the width of the left widget as x and that of the right widget as y through php/css. The only way to accomplish that is by using hardcoded class definitions in the css. I have jotted down an easy solution for this problem in the wordpress ideas forum. However the code that I pasted looks all gibberish because most of the HTML tags in the code are not allowed. Hence this post for anybody who wants to see the code and other details. Continue reading