Adding Fields to the Media Gallery

Images in WordPress can have as much metadata (data about the image) as you want.


Mailto Links

Simple tutorial for creating mailto links with subject, cc, bcc and body text.


Awesome WordPress hacks to make your blogger life easier

WordPress hacks are always a popular topic here at Cats Who Code. Today, I have compiled hacks that will make your blogger life easier, by optimizing and simplifying how your WordPress blog works.


How to disable and delete post revisions in WordPress

This function will remove all revision posts and associated objects from the database.



WPBeginner is a perfect guide for WordPress Beginners. Our articles offer a wide variety of WordPress tips, tools, themes, and other WordPress resources.


Custom Contact Form for WordPress

A simple tutorial on how to build a custom contact form for your WordPress site.


Learning jQuery: Fading Menu – Replacing Content

The more I learn about jQuery, the more natural it feels. Probably because of how closely tied to CSS it is. From a design perspective, the syntax for jQuery is: “When I do this, make the CSS do this.” – Chris Coyer


Creative Sessions

At the beginning of each month we’ll be launching a two-week Session on a creative topic. Sessions will cover everything from digital illustration, to typography, to web design.



A Grid Overlay System for Design Development.


Lighting Infinite White

An infinite white background is more than hip and trendy. Clean, professional and flexible, the secret is in the lighting. And while framing the head and shoulders is easy, lighting a full-body shot is much more complex. This segment shows you how to Light Infinite White, on a finite budget and in a limited space.


Burnt Wood Text Effect

In this photoshop text effect tutorial we’ll be creating a grungy, burnt wood text treatment. We’ll go over some basic blending modes and use some filters and layer styles to create a look that would be perfect for a Hollywood movie poster.


Type Tips

Type Tips is a growing collection of quick and short tips on web typography, to take your web design to the next level typographically.


Use Sprites to Create an Awesomeness-Filled Navigation Menu

A CSS sprite is a technique that involves grouping images to form a single master image, and then selectively displaying only the required sections using CSS attributes (width, height, background-position etc).



Psdtuts+ is a blog/Photoshop site made to house and showcase some of the best Photoshop tutorials around. We publish tutorials that not only produce great graphics and effects, but explain the techniques behind them in a friendly, approachable manner.


Advanced Uses for Custom Fields in WordPress

More than any other single feature, what makes WordPress a CMS (as opposed to just a blogging platform) is custom fields.