Custom Post Types in WordPress

What are Custom Post Types? Custom Post Post Types or Custom Posts are a great innovation in WordPress that extend the standard functionality of ‘posts’ beyond that of the normal blogging sphere to make WordPress more of a fully fledged Content Management System (CMS). For example in the past where you may have used a custom query (such as page …

Google Coming to Old Street

We’re thrilled to hear of the news yesterday (28-Sept-2011) that Google is coming to Old Street – putting them only a few streets from our own office on Curtain Road in Shoreditch! The new Google offices located near the Old Street roundabout (aka Silicon Roundabout) are being heralded as a ‘Start up Centre’ and will host training workshops, product demonstrations …

App Development in the UK with AppDevUK

The site  for App Development in the UK has recently launched and we’re proud to say that Slick Media are playing a central role in it’s creation and direction. The site is www.AppDevUK.com and focuses on:- Apple iOS App Development Windows / Windows 7 App Development Google Android App Development Blackberry App Development   More general discussion on App Development:- …

Server Upgrade

Server Upgrade: Support Announcement We are very happy to announce that we have upgraded our server to significantly further enhance speed and performance. As such you may have to make a couple of very slight changes to your email setup. These are as follows:- 1. Accept mail server certificate host4dev.com The mail server is now under ‘host4dev.com’ and so you …

Disable Javascript Errors

Of course all sites need to be thoroughly debugged before they are launched. We test all our sites cross-browser and cross-platform (including iPhone and iPad), but hey perhaps you simply haven’t got the time. To erradicate those pesky Javascript errors from appearing on your browser (and we’re guessing it’s Internet Explorer) simply add the following script to you page:- <script …

Rounded Corners CSS

For those of you folks wanting to add rounded corners to HTML elements i.e. DIVs then you’ll probably already know that Webkit Browsers (Safari) and Moz Browsers (Firefox) already handle this with ease like so:- CSS: .round { -moz-border-radius:12px; -webkit-border-radius:12px; } Here’s a nice article explaining this in more detail: http://www.the-art-of-web.com/css/border-radius/ But as usual Internet Explorer lets us down with …