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New Look & Feel For Cochinoman

When I started this blog in 2006, I thought it looked pretty cool. Fast forward 7 years later and now things have been looking… let’s just say a little “dated” for the last few years. So I finally got off ...

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Mobigamedepot.com Opens

Regular readers of this blog may have noticed a reduction of posts here. The reason for this has been that I’ve been working on Palm WebOS games and a corresponding website mobigamedepot.com. This new website will be the portal for ...

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Splashscreen WordPress Plugin Version 0.30

Since the last release of my WordPress plugin Splashscreen version 0.20, there’s been many requests for new features. You may also want to read the original post for version 0.10 for completeness.  One of the most requested feature was to ...

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Splashscreen WordPress plugin version 0.20

Cochinoman released the first version (0.01) for a splash screen for WordPress back in February.  Since then, I have gotten some requests for more features. One of the requested feature was a list of excluded pages that would not cause ...

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WordPress Plugin for Splash Screen

If you have an adult website, which could include a website about condoms, or drinking alcohol, or “mature” rated video games, you really need a splash screen that tells the visitor to go away if they are under age.  Of ...

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Google Chrome Great for Web Designers

Why do we need yet another browser? That’s what I was thinking when I heard that google was coming out with another browser.  It’s called Chrome, and is the browser that will be running on their Android mobile OS. Google ...

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WordPress 2.5 not IE friendly

The non-beta version of WordPress 2.5 came out at the end of March but I held off upgrading because I didn’t have enough time. This weekend, I had some time to do some work so I decided to upgrade this ...

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How to Add New Emoticons to WordPress 2.2

I wanted to add my own emoticons to this blog so I did some digging. After reading the WordPress online documentation, and poking around myself, I figured out that the function called smilies_init() inside functions.php (located in the wp-includes subdirectory) ...

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