I just finished up Recover a Mailbox in Exchange 2010 and noticed that my "preformatted" style wasn't wrapping. Here's what I had in my style sheet for <pre> [crayon-5887a7159b794583536608/] I didn't have anything to let the preformatted text know how to react once it reached the end of the line. I added this and it worked: [crayon-5887a7159b7ac290184059/] Cheers! … [Read more...] about WordPress: Preformatted style not wrapping
I'm still on this whole "It's my site I do what I want" kick. I kind of like it. For a long time I've developed WordPress templates for websites that don't belong to me. Now that I'm making a site for myself I figured I could take any route that I want. The good thing about starting off like this is I don't have care about deadlines. The other good thing about my approach is I'm free to do whatever I want; I'm brandless and identityless. This means I can change anything I want any time I want; … [Read more...] about What’s Up With The Look Of Your Site?
If you've spent as many years as I have designing websites using Photoshop, you've most definitely run into the quirky little speed bumps that must be passed in order to turn Photoshop into a better tool for creating images for the web. After all, Photoshop isn't just for websites; the name alone will tell you that. Developers understand this and take this in stride. Yet even though we do some gnarly things in order to make our work web-friendly, I find this little quirk to be the most … [Read more...] about Photoshop Color Shift in “Save For Web”