Recently I’ve had to do this and I was unable to find something that could solve my problem online. I wanted to merge a WooCommerce WordPress site into a very large WordPress blog. It ended up being relatively simple to do this, however I’d just like to note that I’m not a MySQL professional so there may be much more efficient ways of doing this, however this was good enough for my needs. Make sure to backup your WordPress database before messing around with it.
If you’re looking for the latter, check out this css-tricks screencast.
I originally posted this article on 15 September 2010. This is an updated version.
This tutorial is for beginners. The method for creating the slider could be done differently, but I feel this way is more simple to understand.
inline-blockis something I hadn’t used until a couple of months ago. I was comfortable with block and inline elements so I didn’t feel the need to learn anything more. I was also under the impression, as I’m sure many developers are, that anything other than
display: inlinehas cross-browser inconsistency problems and should be avoided.
This article focuses on why you should start using
display: inline-block, understanding this value as well as how to make sure it is consistent across all modern browsers and IE7+.
A couple of months ago I wrote an article titled “How to horizontally center anything with CSS“. The featured method of the article was to center an element with a dynamic width using