Back a few years ago it was almost impossible to use any other font than a standard system font on a website, without serious usability implications. Today, it is all about comparing the best solution for the project. In this tutorial, I’d like to show you how to use a non-standard font on your website by selecting from the great Google Web Fonts library which has got many high-quality fonts to choose from that in most cases have fair licenses.
When you are working with templates in WordPress that use post thumbnails embedded using the
the_post_thumbnail(); function, you can change the thumbnail size from the default, to a custom one. This is very useful if you would like to output the same post thumbnail for a post differently based on where on the site it is displayed (for example index listing and sidebar feature), or just want to give the thumbnail of a post type a custom size for display. Let’s have a look at how easy it is to add a custom image size to your WordPress theme.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use three very nice features enabled when OpenGL support is on: Interactively Change Brush Size and Two New Color Picker Methods.
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In this quick-tip tutorial, Erik Bernskiold shows you how to set up an automatic script to automatically convert the background layer of any document you open to a regular layer.
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