All posts by David Martin

David Martin is a WordPress developer & entrepreneur from the UK. He owns DesignWoop, CardDsgn and WhoDesignToday. Catch up with David on Twitter.

Best Of: Premium WordPress Themes From January 2011

WordPress is a very flexible and diverse CMS, it is used by millions of bloggers around the world as a platform for their website. WordPress comes with a standard theme by default and there are many free themes that are...

/ January 26, 2011

Minimalist Sites Of The Week – Jan 23th

The minimalist web design series is a weekly showcase of minimal web designs bought to you by Design Woop, I will be showcasing a new minimalist collection of web designs that I find on my travels around the web on...

/ January 23, 2011

Using jQuery To Create Smooth Page Scrolling

In this post I will walk through the tutorial showing you how to create a smooth page scrolling effect allowing you to scroll to the top or bottom of your web page in a smooth action using jQuery.

/ January 20, 2011

Minimalist Sites Of The Week – Jan 16th

The start of a new series of posts from Design Woop, every week I will be showcasing a new minimalist collection of web designs that I find on my travels around the web on a weekly basis.

/ January 16, 2011

How to: Display Random Posts in WordPress Without a Plugin

There are many plugins available that allow WordPress users to add customized lists of posts in WordPress, however its really easy to do this with a few simple lines of code. Doing this eliminates the excessive use of WordPress plugins....

/ January 13, 2011

How To: Add Social Networking ‘Share To’ Links To Your Site

It seems like everyone is now connected by some form of social network, people are sharing a colossal amount of data between each other over sites such as Twitter and FaceBook. With this potential reach, allowing users to easily share...

/ January 11, 2011

Best Of: Letterpress Business Cards

Creating a business card that stands out from the pack is a tricky business, often the perfect compliment to a great business card design is to have it letterpressed. Letterpressing can really help complete your design, take a look at...

/ January 7, 2011

CSS grids to streamline your design process

Having a good selection of tools to aid your design process can greatly improve your productivity, there are a few design tools I use on a regular basis and believe any time saved, even if small is great. In this...

/ January 4, 2011

How To: Create a jQuery sticky sidebar

This tutorial will show you how to implement a jQuery floating sidebar, the sidebar will slide up and down the screen respective to which way you are scrolling, this way the sidebar always sits at the top of the window....

/ January 1, 2011