A custom function for WordPress to automatically generate a list of links to download desktop background wallpapers from your featured image.
It’s easy to use and to customise, and will work great on a photo blog or other site where you want to offer multiple image crops for download.
Google have, not unexpectedly, launched an Android version of their Chrome browser. It’s in beta at the moment and can only be installed by Android users touting the latest version of Android – version 4, or Ice Cream Sandwich.
Despite not being able to use it, it certainly looks nice. I’m looking forward to being able to use it.
Google have rolled out an update to Google Docs which finally grants the user the ability to apply custom styles to headings.
It may not sound like much, but this is an important feature which brings Google Docs a step closer to being a proper word processor replacement.
A WordPress function that lets you automatically extract your featured image EXIF data and display it on your post or page.
I’ve used this function specifically in my photoblog section of the website to save me remembering to manually add this information.