Running a 4k screen using a Radeon HD 5450

I was the lucky recipient of a 4K monitor recently (an ASUS MX27UQ). So the question of how to drive it arose. In order to run it at its full resolution of 3840×2160, with a 60Hz refresh rate, I assumed I was going to need a new graphics card, so started looking around. I wanted […]

Viewfinder Design

This is part of my series of try some alternative hosting options. This time I opted for one of the less common cloud providers: Rackspace. Cloud Files is their equivalent of Amazon’s S3. It’s designed to store files (as the name suggests), but can also be used to host static sites. It can also serve […]

Lessons Learned Going Offline with HTML5

I recently built a simple web-based CRM tool only to run into a problem: my users didn’t have internet access all the time, so couldn’t reach it when on the road. Primary use was going to be on phones and tablets, so I could have built a native app, but with both Android and iOS […]

Securely Wiping a Hard Disk

So you’ve bought a new computer and decided to be generous and donate your old one to a charity, or perhaps you’ve decided you need some more space and have upgraded your hard drive and are looking to sell the old one to recoup some cash.  You’ve remembered to format the drive, so you’re safe […]

Book Reviews Plugin v1.3 for WP 2.3

The Book Reviews plugin has now been updated to work with version 2.3 of WordPress. Due to the changes in 2.3 this version will not work with older versions of WordPress, please stick with version 1.2 or upgrade your copy of WordPress. DOWNLOAD

Styling the Latest Post

On the Digerati Peninsula home page I use a modified version of the recent posts plugin by MtDewVirus, I also set $more = 1 so it shows the full post and not just the part up to the more tag and I also add exit; after I call the footer so as to stop the […]

The True Costs of Printing

Despite it being a digital world we all still seem to need printers.  There’s no shortage of them, but due to the way they’re sold, finding a good deal can be a bit of a challenge.  The way to find the right printer for you, and one that won’t cost you a ton to run, […]

Checking Up on an Online Retailer

There’s always a degree of trust involved when handing over your cash, whether it be in the pub, on the highstreet or online. On the highstreet your guarantee is the fact that it takes a certain amount of money to be on the highstreet and present an image. Setting up and online store is a […]

Security Basics

When friends or family first go online, they generally worry (rightly so) about security, they’ve all heard the horror stories of credit cards numbers being stolen and bank accounts being emptied. So, here’s some basic tips that will cover the bases and help you sleep better at night. There are a standard set of software […]

Removing Jump to More Tag

Open up template-functions-post.php, which can be found under the wp-includes directory, in any text editor and find the following line (should be around line 98). $output .= ‘ < a href=”‘. get_permalink() . “#more-$id”>$more_link_text”; Change this line to: $output .= ‘ < a href=”‘. get_permalink() . “”>$more_link_text”; Save the file, upload and voila.