I recently found myself needing to create an infinite loop of posts. So once you’re reading a blog article, you can click to the next one. But what happens when there aren’t any more to read? Well, the client wanted it to go back to the first post. So, I wrote this little gem. Feel free to use: Continue reading →
It’s the next logical step for me. I’ve decided that I need to learn a new language, and it makes sense that it’s Apple’s very own baby, Swift. Continue reading →
Did you know you could emulate print styles using Inspect Element? No? Me either!
On many occasions, I find the need to create a custom post type, and on top of that, I don’t just want to display 10 posts in the archive. So, with a bit of ‘pre get posts’ magic, we can set the number of posts to display, just like you would with a normal WP Query. See the code below:
I’m going to do a series on how to use Instagram for business. I have been using it quite a bit for the last six months and have seen my follower count rise from 200 to 1300, my average like per image has gone up from around 10, to 200 (and if I get less than 100 likes on an image, I see it as a failure), and my interaction rate has gone up by around 700% – what surprises people most when I talk about Instagram, is how much business I get through it.
I’m delighted to be working with Birdsong London today. Birdsong finds the best female makers and brings them to you, no sweatshops, no photoshop. Continue reading →