Web Development

Wheelchair-bound racer

There’s been a growing amount of talk about making websites more useable to people with disabilities in recent weeks. We at Indigo Tree have been increasingly aware of our role […]

Indigo Tree recently attended the first ever Frontier Conference held in London. The event was a mix of design & development, with some great insight into current development trends, some excellent how-tos, personal experiences of some up-and-coming brands and talks that made us think, especially about the future of the web.

The team recently attended WordCamp Manchester 2016, a great event attended by about 200 other developers. It was great to meet and network with other professionals in the field, and we particularly benefited from some new ideas and fresh perspectives that we heard.

Backup your WordPress websites using a simple easy to use batch script.

target=”_blank”. It’s a piece of code very commonly used to make an <a> tag open the href in a new window. But what is a target? Why is it blank? […]

Bootstrap shortcodes

Archived: At Indigo Tree we no longer use Bootstrap in our theme so the instructions in this post may no longer apply. In today’s age of mobile devices, responsive design […]

A grid system is a collection of HTML/CSS parts that allow you to structure the user interface of your website and position the website’s components in chosen places. At its […]

The environment we learn in influences the way we act in many ways, such as the accent we speak with, the order we write the date in and even where […]

Recently we decided to move our InfiniteWP installation over to a new server, which provided a good opportunity to clean out some historical data and schedule some regular backups. We’ve […]

Installing WordPress projects can seem repetitive at times. With the help of Windows we can perform an automated WordPress installation.

Reflection is the ability to introspect and reverse engineer functions, classes, methods and interfaces during runtime. This makes it possible to find specific information about your code, such as a […]

Introduction Many text editors have their own way of allowing developers to code faster such as; keyboard shortcuts, snippets and auto complete, to name a few. Emmet takes a different […]

“When it comes to search on mobile devices, users should get the most relevant and timely results, no matter if the information lives on mobile-friendly web pages or apps.” Google […]

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Recently I found myself trying to add an active css class to a navigation bar in a Laravel 4 project. Fortunately, much like everything in Laravel, there is a straightforward […]