Author: gschoppe

Add Auto-sensing File Type Icons to lists of downloads, with FontAwesome and CSS

[row] [column lg=”8″ md=”8″ sm=”12″ xs=”12″ ] Recently, I needed to create a downloads area that was going to be managed by a client.  It’s a reasonably straight forward task, except for one snag: They wanted icons next to the links, denoting what filetype the download was.  I could have created a few custom classes […]

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Sort by Last Name First in PHP

This is less of a post, and more of a useful snippet. I’ve seen many posts online about sorting an array of names by surname, and they’ve all failed to be complete. Here is my addition to the pile. Keep in mind that it has known issues with compound last names that contain a space, […]

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Create “Archive-Only” Custom Post Types in WordPress, and make “team” pages simple

One of the more complicated things to handle in wordpress is creating a “team” page that is attractive and easy to maintain.  Many designers use pre-packaged plugins that remove a level of control, or create these pages as flat pages with complicated custom layouts (sometimes with the assistance of Visual Composer or another complicated shortcode […]

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