Blogsy is a very interesting app for bloggers who want to work on the go with the iPad. It makes use of gestures and the overall touch environment to convey a great tool for blogging integrating it with a variety of web services and blogging platforms.
WordPress has embraced the mobile revolution from the first moment. We have apps for iOS or Android and all the WordPress blogs can be accessed in iPad format. We also have in WordPress core a variable to detect if the user is visiting the site using an iPhone device. In this tutorial we will learn how to apply a class using WordPress’ body_class based in that variable.
Sucker Punch is the latest movie from director Zack Snyder, who took Frank Miller’s 300 to the big screen in an epic and memorable adaptation. This last movie is a fantastic recreation of a fantasy world mixing an anime theme with Matrix, 300, Kill Bill and Moulin Rouge, with an awesome score including songs from Björk, Pixies, Queen, Eurythmics and even The Beatles. Here’s a compilation of some posters and illustrations from the amazing Sucker Punch.
Google appears to be entering the world of publishing with a book they’ve sending to major advertisers and partners in UK: Think Quarterly. They claim they have no plans to start massively selling copies but the electronic version can be accessed in the site although it requires… Flash? wtf??
You surely ran into this sometime: you’ve a hierarchical taxonomy in WordPress like Categories, you check the child terms and leave the parent terms unchecked. Next time you save the post, the hierarchical structure is broken and child items are positioned on top of parent items, like the image above on the left. In this tutorial we’re going to see how to fix this for WordPress categories and any hierarchical custom taxonomy so that the terms are displayed like the right box in the image above.
What was supposed to be a simple search for a simple browser for iPad that would allow for HTML inspection turned into something pretty interesting due to all the capabilities these browsers for iPad have, from Dropbox saving to tabs to collaboration and of course, source code inspection. So here’s a quick round up of ten alternatives to Safari on your iPad.