PHP coding

Creative Learning Systems

Posted by on 20 February, 2011 at 11:00 pm

Just a quick note – Cleveratom has closed (we went into voluntary liquidation after a run of particularly bad luck, and some less than satisfactory decisions). In the mean time I have set up a new company called ‘Creative Learning Systems’. Does just what it says on the tin… I am very sorry to […]

Cleveratom Website

Posted by on 8 September, 2008 at 8:34 pm

The Cleveratom website has been given a new look and a new engine, too! For the last few months we have been relying on WordPress to drive things along, and whilst it has been OK, it has never been what we wanted. It was better than a static page, but never really did the job […]

Engage East England, CMS Made Simple

Posted by on 11 March, 2008 at 11:24 pm

A recent project required us to create a website for Rochford District Council, Uttlesford District Council and Essex County Council where users would be able to access information relating to public consultations and best practice. Nothing particularly remarkable in that – this is the sort of project that we enjoy doing as it is for […]

WordPress bug, format.php, invalid wordpress html code

Posted by on 7 December, 2007 at 6:27 pm

It may come as a surprise to some (but not many) folk to know that there has apparently been a long running bug in wordpress from about version 2.1 which will cause your website to fail validation. It only happens in certain situations, such as when you try and add a plugin to capture form […]

Dark Mood V2 WordPress theme, editing wordpress files, encoding PHP

Posted by on 30 July, 2007 at 11:15 am

It may come as no surprise to some to find that freely available themes have got advertising embedded in them by default. It came as a surprise to me, mind you! I downloaded and installed the Dark Mood V2 wordpress theme by Ed Canape and found that in the footer file there was a PHP […]