Child themes in WordPress


In WordPress a child theme is simply a theme that inherits style and functionality from it’s parent theme. All you really need to create a child theme is a style.css file in the themes directory of your WordPress installation. This quick article will show you situations in which child themes might be useful and how

Setting up Postmark with NameCheap


If you run any sort of web app, the chances are you’ll be sending out some sort of transactional email. Whether it’s account verification, password reminders or something else most web based applications do it these days. You may have come across the problem where your perfectly nice emails get marked as spam so the

Easily get javascript libraries using Script SRC


When developing a new site I always like to make sure I use the latest release of my javascript library hosted by Google. Then I just update it to a local version before the site goes live. Today I came across a great little site that lets you get the links to the latest versions

Google Font API


I wrote an article a while back on font replacement techniques, this is a quick update about Google’s version of this which is seriously easy to use. The Google Font API allows you to use any font from their font directory or you can use the font loader to load other fonts which they co-developed