TeeVee for WP: building Apple TV apps with WordPress Plugins

Imagine you create tonnes of great video content every day and publish it all through WordPress. Your viewer can watch your amazing shows everywhere…on iPhones, iPads, iMacs, but not their TVs. Wouldn’t it be great to have a branded Apple TV app so that all your viewers could watch your content in full screen glory? Well… Continue reading TeeVee for WP: building Apple TV apps with WordPress Plugins

How To: Tweak Disqus CSS for Twenty Fifteen Theme

After installing the twenty fifteen theme I found that disqus’ comments were butting up against the edges of the layout. You can fix this by adding the following Custom CSS   @media screen and (min-width: 59.6875em) { #disqus_thread { margin-top: 8.333%; margin-left: 8.333%; margin-right: 8.333%; } } @media screen and (min-width: 38.75em) { #disqus_thread {… Continue reading How To: Tweak Disqus CSS for Twenty Fifteen Theme

How to Set Responsive Text Alignment in Bootstrap 3

Bootstrap is great, almost perfect. One thing it’s missing is responsive text-align. So I created a simple .less file that uses Bootstraps breakpoints and class naming format. It allows you use set specific text-align for specific breakpoints. View the code on Gist.

Dot-Com Era Browser Tech

The Google homepage is essentially perfect.

Thanks to my RetroPosts plugin, this weekend I was reminded of a blog post I wrote in 2008 – Web Dev Challenge: 1996 Compatibility. In the post I outlined rules for developing for browsers from 1996: CSS1, Javascript 1, 640×480 screen resolution, etc. I think I assumed this would be a relatively simple challenge, but… Continue reading Dot-Com Era Browser Tech