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Cornerstone a responsive WordPress starter theme based on Foundation 4

Cornerstone is a free WordPress starter theme based on the Zurb Foundation Responsive Framework. Cornerstone aims to provide a lightweight starter theme (a parent theme) that is responsive and SEO friendly that web designers can build great looking website on. Features: Responsive design Based on ZURB Foundation Framework – the most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world A […]

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How to use ZURB Foundation for Sites with WordPress jQuery

The menu toggle in the Top Bar (on small screen sizes) on ZURB’s Foundation Framework for Sites (4, 5 and 6) doesn’t work when you use the default jQuery that comes with WordPress. However it works when you use the standard jQuery from Google’s CDN. You shouldn’t load a different jQuery in WordPress otherwise you could […]

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Google release new ADT Bundle based on Eclipse for Android Development

Not long ago I was talking with a iOS developer friend of mine who told me that he had looked into Android development, but the installation process was confusing. To get started on developing for Android you had to separately download and install the Android SDK, Eclipse IDE and the ADT. By comparison Xcode the […]

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How to enable developer options in Android

Google has hidden the developer options in Android 4.2 Jelly Bean upwards (Kit Kat, Lollipop and Marshmallow). This is to ensure that regular users of Android devices don’t accidentally enable options that may impact the user experience that are only intended for developers testing apps. Here’s how to enable developer options in 4.2: Go to […]