WordPress: how to create a grid page with thumbnails from the first image from each post, and resize images dynamically.
Automate your README, table of content or documentation with a tree directory structure.
When it started, the web was just hypertext and links. Since then, a whole visual web has emerged.
How to get the first image from a post or gallery post in WordPress.
How to improve the built-in WP gallery images navigation
Bwana sampled Geinoh Yamashirogumi’s Akira Symphonic Suite and it’s very good.
Introducing OKΠ, one of the SILENT COMICS characters.
An update on SILENT COMICS project’s (slow pace of) progress.
A PHP snippet to add a dynamic year timestamp into your WordPress footer.
The Japanese language has two words to describe quality: atarimae hinshitsu and miryokuteki hinshitsu. The inherent quality of an object and its charm.
Optimising images for the Web, a list of open source and proprietary image compression tools.
Keeping it simple: The design process behind the SILENT COMICS logo.
A list of useful WordPress Plugins, actively tested during development and in production.
Things learned thanks to starting silent comics side project.
Set a taxonomy programmatically in WordPress.
Previous and next post navigation links with custom post type and custom taxonomies in WordPress.
Simple text-based project management for the SILENT COMICS project.
Releasing Strip, a WordPress theme designed for SIlENT COMICS.
Should you use existing WordPress themes & plugins or design custom-made ones?
Web hosting, and “shared” hosting in particular, can turn into a nightmare.
WordPress code snippets for Webcomic navigation — a simple way to get the first and last comic posts links.
Wordless comics are rare. Yet, this visual language offers a large range of possibilities to explore. Here are a few examples of ways to use wordless comics.
The Creed of a Sketcher, The draughtsman doctrine.
Answer a few questions about digital comics formats and prices — for for comic books & webcomics fans.
WordPress theme development, a growing list of resources and links.
An open call for native speakers — How would you translate “SILENT COMICS” in your language?
Learning code: useful links to learn how to design websites.
Setting up a blog in Jekyll — helpful links and resources.
Silent comics are to digital comics what silent films were to cinema. In reverse chronology. Where we discuss the origin of the word comic.