Let’s say you wanted do do a find-and-replace on a MySQL table column, something like updating a path in a field because you’ve modified where your images are located, which is something I’ve had to do lately.
So, recently I felt the need to do some profiling on an ExpressionEngine website I was working on which was running slower than I’d like. I remember using a nifty tool called Webgrind back when I was developing on Windows with WAMP, and since I’m currently using AMPPS on OSX I thought I’d get Webgrind up and running on that.
Have you ever wanted to add fancy bullet points to your unordered lists in your(x)HTML but never knew how? The truth is, it’s actually really easy to achieve. All you need to do is add a CSS class to your unordered list and then use your CSS to add your chosen image as the bullet points. In this post I’ll walk you through this step by step. First lets take a quick look at the list we’re going to be creating:
- This is the first list item
- This is the second list item
- and this is the third list item