Sucuri SiteCheck got a nice makeover – Scan your site for free, make sure you’re not serving malware.
I’ve been wanting a cool new illustration of me to use online for avatars, social profiles, etc. Well, I got it 🙂
I’ve had a great time working with James Dalman who created this for me. He is great to work with and as you can see, he’s very talented. He even tossed in a free taco, now that’s a win!
Let me know what you think.
Sprite Cow – helps you get the background-position, width and height of sprites within a spritesheet as a nice bit of copyable css.
I like checking out different sprite tools, let me know what you think of Sprite Cow.
If you know me, or have had to sit through one of my sessions at WordCamp pick your city, you’ve heard me say this 100 times – Upgrade, upgrade, upgrade.
Here goes one more time – Upgrade, upgrade, upgrade.
Check out Matt’s post on WordPress.org News today – Passwords Reset
We just announced the WordCamp San Diego 2011 speakers.
My new Genesis based dre.im theme was added to the StudioPress Showcase.
Thanks a ton guys!
Here’s a quick post on IE conditional styles by @leemunroe. Both techniques in this post work, I prefer to use conditional classes in the HTML tag:
I’ll be doing this as I work on cleaning up some behaviors here on dre.im. Currently all IE7/6 visitors are being routed to Browse Happy.
Edit: Here’s a couple things to consider, sent over by @GaryJ
HTML5 does not support the use of classes in the HTML tag.
Caching plugins like W3TC don’t play nicely with the use of conditional classes in the HTML tag.
Looks like I’ll be using IE conditional style sheets again 🙂