Different fonts sit differently within these boxes:
I’m trying to find a way to make the padding “around” the text the same no matter what font is chosen. So the space between the bottom of the y and the border should be the same as the top of the T and the border.
(I hope that makes sense?)
jsfiddle is here: http://jsfiddle.net/dtbaker/4qkv2ncL/2/
stackoverflow question is here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/27339367/how-to-get-even-spacing-around-different-fonts
anyone know if this is possible?
Instead of spending the time downloading all the files every single month, change the “Sort by:” to “Recent Updates” and simply download any items that have received an update since the last download.
If you hit the limit you can simply contact support (as mentioned in the article) and they can reset the limit for you.
This limit is in place to prevent certain types of abuse.
Meta boxes under page/post content.http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/add_meta_box
I’ve never been able to create (or use) a big multipurpose theme. Too many options!
If I’m choosing something for a client I’ll steer clear of those big themes, my clients get admin access to WordPress and some of those multipurpose backends are just plain scary (and slow!).
Keep our themes simple and straight to the point. We get a few “hard to cusomise/needs more options” bad ratings – too bad – if you don’t like how it looks in the demo then don’t buy it…
Ahhh, okay I missed that quote from Collis… Where was it from, which topic?
click on the little “collis said” link
Anyway, thanks for that explanation Hopefully it indeed won’t take long
Yes hopefully the new finance tools will resolve a lot of issues when they are complete.