WordPress: tags with commas and other / custom taxonomies

My general problem was: no commas in WP tags allowed

E.g. the tag

“Fox, Peter”

is not really allowed as a propper tag in wordpress – the reason ? The “add a tag to your post”-form adds the tags “comma separated”, which means such a tag like ours here

ends up as 2 tags: “Fox” and “Peter”

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Mobile web (app) testing

You dont have the neccessary mobile device at hand but you’d still like to test your web project ? Here a little guide.

First impression: The mobile readiness tests

To get a first impression about what mobile browsers will think of your page, when they have to load it there are some nice pages out there helping you out on this:
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Balloon messages in #CSS3 using the pseudo elements ::before/::after

I had lately balloon messages to design for a project. And I didn’t want to go the old approach, using graphics and a whole markup block just to display a single message.

The target

This is what i wanted my balloon message approach to be capable of:
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my new #wp #theme extend #Blogum by @wpshower found on @brianbuirge s thesis blog via @GoodDsgnAdvice

Weeks ago I was [again] looking for some clean nice new fresh WP theme I could use for this blog. And again all my search via google + “clean|simple wp theme top list” had no really useful results. Yes, many nice themes, many, oh so many, but if you are too picky you’re never really happy and you start again thinking about doing it completely from scratch by yourself and then you remember how long it took last time until you were finally happy and … Continue reading “my new #wp #theme extend #Blogum by @wpshower found on @brianbuirge s thesis blog via @GoodDsgnAdvice”

thx @nounproject – its free, awesome, huge, icon library now also searchable http://j.mp/hFk0Sq – great success

the Noun Project – as already written in the title – is a huge icon library filled by ppl like you and me, interested in a common symbol language that can be used where ever it is needed.

I use an icon here by myself – the magnifier icon in the search box is an SVG file I downloaded there.