By Ronnie T. Dodger on July 14, 2012
I know there a lot of you out there wondering about what is going on with the SimplyHired plugin that I developed. Some are angry, some just are wondering. Let it be known. I am back on the project and will be releasing a new version for WordPress 3.4 and above. If you have not [...]
By Ronnie T. Dodger on December 29, 2010
I am in the process of updating this plugin. See my latest article Concerning the SimplyHired API Plugin for more information. Comments are closed. Version 0.2.1 of the WP-SimplyHired API WordPress Plugin finalizes the framework & widget feature. This version also moves the plugin out of Alpha status and into Beta. Changes in version 0.2.1 [...]
By Ronnie T. Dodger on December 28, 2010
I have ran a few Job-a-matic board sites for some time now. Not too long ago SimplyHired, the backer of Job-a-matic opened up API access to their jobs database. Enter WP-SimplyHired API plugin for WordPress which gives you the capability to render job search results in real-time on your pages. While the API requires advanced [...]
By Ronnie T. Dodger on September 15, 2010
With Microsoft going all Windows 7 and my inability to even upgrade to that platform, it gave me thought to consider my future options. For the past several years I have been happy with XP. I have had no problems, installed software has served me well, no bells and whistles have gone off, and I [...]
Posted in Aside
By Ronnie T. Dodger on September 7, 2010
Most of my web development business has been construction related for the last few years. With the present economy most of the local avenues for new business was going nowhere fast. It became clear to me that I had to venture outside of my circle and into a wider arena of opportunity. One night, on [...]
By Ronnie T. Dodger on August 22, 2010
If you do a lot of online form entry, then here is an indispensable Firefox add-on for resizing tiny input boxes so you can see everything you type.
Posted in Web Development
By Ronnie T. Dodger on March 18, 2009
Why are social bookmark icons so tiny? Dimmed? Let’s jazz up the Yoast Sociable WordPress plugin, and make loud, in-your-face calls to action. Instructions and guidelines for swapping in larger-sized images sets and some CSS basics to induce readers to share more often.
By Ronnie T. Dodger on March 15, 2009
Have you found an inline style in your Html head section for WordPress’s Recent Comments widget? Wonder where it came from? Do you want to know how to get rid of it? Learn how to write a WordPress filter to remove a filter.
By Ronnie T. Dodger on March 11, 2009
In 2004, I published a website list for Photoshop tutorials, tips, and tricks. Some sites are still flourishing, some died, and I have added a few more — complete with brief comments to help you find what you need.
By Ronnie T. Dodger on March 9, 2009
Twitter overload? Having a problem filtering through all the noise on Twitter? Let’s look at a couple of options to throttle back on the noise and get to the tweets that you really care about.