It’s easy to create a jagged zig-zag line or a curvy wave using Adobe Illustrator’s built-in vector modifying tools.
Instagram filters recreated using CSS3 filter effects
Ever wanted to recreate Instagram filters on the fly using CSS3 (without needing to open a graphics program)? Now you can!
More Instagram-style Filters as Photoshop Actions
Here are some more filters in the style of Instagram (or Hipstamatic, etc.) as Photoshop Actions. If you missed the first round, be sure to check them out.
How to make bumpy circles, flowers, splats and rounded stars in Illustrator
Here are a few quick tips about how to create some easy circle shapes in Illustrator. Plain circles can be boring, so these embellishments can help to make things more exciting if needed.
How to duplicate dashboards in Google Analytics
Split Instagram photos: Multiple pictures in one Instagram photo
Have you ever wondered how to get multiple photos into the same Instagram image? Fortunately, it’s as easy as downloading an app and choosing the photos and effects you want. There are a range of apps that you can use depending on what effects you want to use.
How to Remove Your Own Visits From Google Analytics
When using Google Analytics to track your websites traffic, one of the first steps is to exclude your own traffic, or traffic from your organisation. So lets have a look at how you can do that using your IP Address and the Google Analytics Admin interface.
10 Instagram-style filters for Photoshop
It’s easy to recreate Instagram-style filters in Photoshop with these Photoshop Actions. The majority of these filters can be used in Photoshop CS2 and up.
How to enable remote publishing in WordPress (XML-RPC)
In order to update your WordPress website from your mobile phone or another remote location, you need to enable XML-RPC (XML Remote Procedure Call). This was disabled by default in WordPress versions 2.6 to 3.4 for security reasons. These security issues have been resolved in WordPress 3.5 and XML-RPC is enabled by default.
Enabling XML-RPC in WordPress 3.4 and below
Due to security issues in WordPress versions 3.4 and below, XML-RPC has been disabled by default.
To enable XML–RPC:
- Log into your WordPress Admin
- On the sidebar, select Settings and then Writing
- Check the box next to XML-RPC
- Save your settings
Alternatively, you could update to the latest version of WordPress, as XML-RPC is enabled by default.
Enabling XML-RPC in WordPress 3.5
WordPress has resolved the security issues related to XML – RPC and it is enabled by default. You do not need to do anything to publish to your WordPress blog remotely.
Disabling XML-RPC in WordPress 3.5
If you wish to disable XML-RPC, you can do this through the use of a Disable XML-RPC WordPress plugin.
So now you should be able to remotely update your WordPress website without any issues. Happy WordPressing!