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How to Disable a CSS Filter in Internet Explorer

Do you have an active filter in the CSS of your website that greatly benefits the design in most browsers, but for whatever reason, need a way to selectively disable it? Whether it’s to create a nice transition where the filter is disabled, you are making stylesheets for specific versions of IE, or you are using media queries to selectively … Read More

How to Force a Button or Link to be 100% Width CSS Tutorial

These are instructions on how to make an HTML link or button expand to be as wide as its parent element. Maybe you have been confused in the past and that darn link just never wants to grow. Here is the CSS you are going to want to apply to that link.

And the corresponding HTML:

The secret … Read More

WordPress Gallery Plugin: Warning: array_merge() Error

When you try to update you gallery using the WordPress Gallery Plugin, are you getting a string of php errors reading something alone the lines of: “Warning: array_merge() [function.array-merge]: Argument #1 is not an array?” If that’s the case, there may be a simple solution. 1. Exit the gallery post. 2. Reload the post. 3. Make sure the post has a title (This … Read More

How to Enable and Use Custom Fields in WordPress Without Plugins

An annoying problem I’ve had lately that somehow is almost impossible to troubleshoot online, is enabling or finding custom fields in WordPress without adding a plugin like Advanced Custom Fields (which is typically what I recommend using). This should work I believe with any version of WordPress after about 3.1 as well, where the Custom Fields are hidden by default. … Read More

How to Remove the Bezier Handle in Photoshop CS5

If you are like me, you have spent many frustrating hours working with Photoshop and the pen tool trying to figure out the same thing. How can you get rid of, delete, or otherwise remove the Bezier Handles attached to an anchor point?

Fix: Unable to Approve, Edit, or Spam Comments in WordPress

This is a common problem for people using the plugin, “Advanced Access Manager.” If you do not have this plugin, your problem is something else. If you use Advanced Access Manager and have noticed that since installing, the checkbox next to each comment is missing, there is an easy fix for you. It took me a while to track down … Read More