CSS List-Style Types

The list-style-type property specifies what appears before a list-item. Simply include list-style-type:yourchosenliststyle; in your css. Examples can been seen by clicking on the links below. Internet Explorer 8 and earlier versions only support: armenian, decimal-leading-zero, lower-greek, lower-latin, georgian and upper-latin. Hebrew is not supported in any version of internet explorer or Opera 12. armenian circle […]

WordPress Twenty Twelve Theme – How to Show Excerpts on Home/Index Page

I read numerous entries on the WordPress forums about updating the Twenty Twelve home page to show excerpts only. None of them seem to be able to answer the question for this theme. To change the Twenty Twelve WordPress theme to show excerpts only follow this steps Hover over ‘Appearance’ in the left hand menu […]

Using your hosts file to test the success of a website move?

The brilliant thing about the hosts file is the ability to resolve to a domain name without using the domain name system. By editing your computers hosts file, you can actually manipulate the IP address that a domain name is currrently pointing to.This will allow you to check whether a website has been moved successfully […]

Create 301 redirect with question mark (?)

Came across this issue when 301 redirecting URLS in Zen Cart. This solution can be applied to any redirect where a question mark exists in a URL that requires a redirect. A typical 301 redirect should look like below however, because of the question mark this will not work. redirect 301 /index.php?main_page=testimonials http://www.masterev.com/testimonials Instead, use […]

WordPress Custom Contact Forms – working but not sending email.

Peculiar problem this week with a client simply moving hosting account and not being able to receive contact form emails using Custom Contact Forms in WordPress . The forms was actually processing perfectly, it was actually storing each enquiry into the “Saved Form Submissions” area however, no emails were being sent. Turns out this was […]