Branding Yourself With An Awesome Video Resume

video resume With the advancement of technology and high speed internet nowadays, job seekers are switching from the traditional paper resume letter into the paperless Video Resume or Video CV. Companies and employers are now accepting video resumes, even interviews can also be done through video conferencing or webcams. Anythings are possible now! Continue Reading→

Stock Photos and Vectors at GraphicLeftOvers

graphicleftovers-glstockimages High resolution photos are often used by business owner on their websites, blogs, advertisements, media presentations, etc. Hiring a professional photographer to take those photos can be very expensive and time consuming. That’s why many business owners now prefer to get their ready-made high quality photos from stock photos websites or agencies. Continue Reading→

Theme Review – Lawyer WordPress Theme

lawyer wordpress theme Do you own a law firm website? Are you thinking of spicing up your website with a WordPress blog section instead of just a static front page website? Look no further! You can check out this law niche based WordPress theme we found out recently by lawyerwordpressthemes.com. The name of their premium theme is called Attorneys. Continue Reading→

4 Tips in Creating an Impressive Business Card

4 tips creating good business card It only takes 10 seconds for a person to remember you as “just another guy” or “you’re THE guy!”. That’s why people often said “First impression is the long LASTING impression”. The fact is that in Reality, people do judge a book by its cover, unless you’re good looking or the rich and famous kinds of person, you only got one chance to make a great impression turning a potential interested client into a paying ones. One of the oldest trick is to present them with a humble piece of paper we called “Business Card”. It is not just an ordinary business card, we have to make it uniquely stand out and more beautifully designed than the other business cards he/she has on their possession. Continue Reading→

How to Remove Images from the_content() but Preserve HTML Formating

remove-img-from-content When working with WordPress development couple of days ago, I’ve manage a few quick Q&A with some of my colleague with user experience when dealing with WordPress posts. One of most sought out or talked topic was the_content() vs the_excerpt() features in WordPress post formatting. Continue Reading→

Easier Retina Support for Your WordPress Themes

retina-support-wordpress When Apple introduced the Retina display on their iPhone 4s and then later the new iPad and MBP Retina. Everybody had been fussing about making their site images ‘retina’ supported. What does it mean? It basically means that the images will look sharp on these devices, instead of blurry due to the higher pixel ratio of the devices’s display. This usually involves serving a 2 times size of the images used in the theme, done mostly via CSS. Continue Reading→

How to Rotate Your Banner Bypass Cache using JavaScript

2207194688_452cd436f7_z Website or WordPress caching usually make it hard to make an area of your site to be dynamic. Caching time out sometime take 30 minutes to 1 hour to refresh the site content unless you choose to clear or flush the cache manually. Couple of days ago, i was looking for a solution to rotate my banner images using PHP but the cache from WordPress Super Cache did not allow this. Continue Reading→

How to Show All Child Categories from Parent Category in WordPress

child-cat-in-parent-cat Sometime when using WordPress custom menu, you do not want to add the child category from parent category into the created menus. However you want the child category to show when you are browsing parent category, this is useful if you have a wide variety of sub-category for a certain category. Take for example from above image, Continue Reading→