Open Cart vQmod to Remove List View

Remove List View in Open Cart Recently I wrote a post on how to remove the list view in Open Cart. It is fairly easy, and since I have been having to do it quite often for client sites, I figured I might as well write a vQmod for this purpose. Im fairly new to […]

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Feb
23
2014

Removing List View fom OpenCart

How to remove list view or grid view from OpenCart Having the ability to swap between a list view and grid view is pretty nice and makes a flexible accommodating user interface for the user. But personally I do not like the list view. You don’t really get much more information and it just makes […]

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Feb
19
2014

Creating Strong Passwords – Password Generator

Creating strong passwords is always good practice especially with passwords on the web. Generally speaking a strong password consist of lowercase, uppercase, numbers and special characters. The longer the password the stronger it is. I have created a little password generator for creating strong passwords for 32, 16, and 8 Characters. Combining lowercase, uppercase, numbers […]

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Jan
12
2014

Trim whitespace on WordPress Excerpt

Recently built a client website and was pulling in a custom excerpt to the homepage for a custom post type. Everything worked fine until the client decided they were going to add a header image above every post and add some returns before the actual text started. This change on their end started giving my […]

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Jan
08
2014

Pagination for Custom Post Types in WordPress

Custom Post Types in WordPress are a great way to expand on custom WordPress development. Once you have all the custom post type in your functions.php file, usually you call a custom query in your template page for your custom post type. When doing pagination for a custom post type in WordPress One thing to […]

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Dec
15
2013



WordPress Site Development

There is a right way and a wrong way how to develop a client’s WordPress site. When you develop a site for a client you more than likely always put it up on a test server before you put it on their live server. This gives them a chance to look it over and to […]

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Aug
21
2013

Custom Contact Form in WordPress

Your own custom Contact Form in WordPress. There are tons of contact form plugins. For a while I was using Contact Form 7, but after a few plugin updates, I was starting to get feedback the form was giving problems. Always spitting out an error that the form couldn’t be submitted. So I decided that […]

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Aug
17
2013

HTML5 Patterns for phone numbers

So I was searching for a quick regular expression for phone numbers that would include a variety of input styles. Basically giving the flexibility of the user to have just spaces between numbers, a dash sign, and even parentheses. I couldn’t find any simple solutions so figured I would hopefully rank to give others a […]

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Jul
05
2013

Fresh Baked Cookies

Web Design, are you getting what you paid for? There is a big difference between a designer that adds some flair and style to your overall brand and the company that just “programs” out your website. An easy to spot give away if the company you are about to hire is truly a designer friendly […]

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Jun
22
2013

Penguin 2.0, 5-22-2013

Google’s Changing Algorithm With the release of Penguin 2.0, seems that search results are falling more and more onto the big name sites. Over the years with Panda, Penguin 1 and now with Penguin 2.o, Google’s search results are getting convoluted with brand name websites. I’ve noticed when I am searching for a product or […]

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May
28
2013

Wix and SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

A real Wix and SEO evaluation There are quite a few sites out there giving Wix.com good reviews but take a closer look and you will see most are just affiliate sites trying to make money off you, and giving out bad information. Some are pretty obvious, others are quite sneaky! The sneaky ones will […]

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May
08
2013