RGB Design Studio Blog

Great WordPress Troubleshooting Resource

December 6th, 2010

There are many great resources to help you code with WordPress. We have the IRC channel, the codex, the forums, great support sites like wptavern.com and the all-powerful google. I recently ran across a new one that has some great answers:


I have used Stack Exchange for years but it is great to see a corner dedicated to my favorite CMS system.

Custom Post Type Index Page in WordPress 3.1 Beta

December 4th, 2010

This will be well-known in a few days I am sure, however if you are looking to add an index page to a custom post type in WordPress 3.1 Beta there are very few documents out there right now.
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A New Look – Again!

December 1st, 2010

I am happy to announce the latest version of RGB Design Studio website. Check out my work and let me know how you like the site. Cheers.

It’s Time for Pseudo Classes!

July 21st, 2010

Do you know what pseudo classes in CSS are? I did not until a couple of years ago, even though I have been using them for close to a decade. According to the W3C, pseudo elements are:

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Learning About WordPress Frameworks

May 29th, 2009

One of the great things about WordPress is the vibrant community and projects that grow to support it. Theme frameworks come in a variety of forms, from simple starting points for a custom theme, to full theme solutions with many bells and whistles. Continue reading…

The Inspiration that was WebVisions 2009

May 25th, 2009

A few days removed from WebVisions 2009 I sit here and ponder what stood out at the conference. Words like: Affordance, User-Experience, Interface Engineering, Social Capital, ROI and AJAX (ok, I know the last two are abbreviations not words) were spoken in many of the talks, however the industry vocabulary is not what stood out to me. Continue reading…