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Ozh admin menu and WordPress 2.7

Update: I can not recommend the usage of this plugin any more. I was anxious to finally try out the wordpress 2.7 beta. As a happy user of Ozh's admin drop down menu I had to realize that the menus were completely gone in the backend. I was a little ... more

mp3gain, normalizing and other things

Recently my band made some recordings with a Zoom H2 Digital Recorder. Awesome machine btw. But it turned out that the recording wasn't loud enough. I probably messed something up when I configured it... Anyway, the recording was done, so how do I fix it? I had already encoded mp3s ... more

About the CSS3 border radius property

So I have decided to use the CSS3 border-radius property on some sites. They are personal projects so I don't care if they look a little worse on IE. After a few tweakings I've ended up with using things like this: #foo { border-radius: 8px 4px 4px 8px; -moz-border-radius: 8px ... more

Typo3 in 15 minutes

Ok, the title is a little exaggerated. You'll need to install Typo3 yourself and I assume that you can log into the backend. But if those are given, you're pretty close to creating your first Typo3 site. In the backend, go into the Web->Page view. Click on the small world ... more

Snow, Balloons And More

Snowflakes falling down your blog! Inspired by the unforgettable xsnow. Install this and enjoy the snowfall! Great for times around christmas and christmas templates. The plugin comes with different snowflakes and a lot of possible settings. You should see the effect on this page. Since version 0.8.0 the plugin includes ... more

Track clicks with mootools

Why would I want to track clicks you may ask. Well, for me it's about usability and user flow optimization. If I do some ajax/dynamic stuff on a page, I want to see what the users are doing. As they leave no visible traces in the logs, I need to ... more

Very simple Typo3 navigation

Sometimes I get asked how to build a menu in Typo3. It's really easy, but TSref isn't very verbose. So here's how to build a basic, valid Typo3 navigation: foo = HMENU foo { # I use this because I like to have one root page # that links to ... more