Posts in May

Cookillan Alert styling: Beeb

on May 31, 2012 in Projects with 1 comment by

In the Cookillian version 1.1 release post, I had promised to show how to style an alert. With the following styling, I have taken example of the BBC website, and aptly named it “Beeb”.

The styling is “fluid”, which allows it to change the layout depending on the screen resolution. This is especially helpful on mobile browsers, where the screen real estate becomes limited. read more →

Cookillian 1.1 released

on May 31, 2012 in WordPress with 1 comment by

Cookillian version 1.1 has been released today, bringing with it a large number of additions and changes based on the input of David Artiss at artiss.co.uk, and suggestions by e-mail and the WordPress support forum. read more →

New website

on May 26, 2012 in Personal with no comments by

Well, about a month ago I decided that the website needed an overhaul. The previous website felt a bit dated, and there was no room for me to add my recent projects or the ones I still have on my “to do” list.

I decided to stick with WordPress, which I’ve been using for the last 3 years. Despite its spaghetti code, a sign of its long history, it is robust yet flexible. And thanks to my own little plugin framework, it is a breeze to add new things to WordPress. For instance, I initially developed the Cookillian plugin for this website in a just few days, before deciding it could benefit others and releasing it into the public. read more →

Cookillian

on May 5, 2012 in WordPress with 34 comments by
Cookie Sandwich by Neil Conway

Note! This plugin has been deprecated; it is no longer maintained nor supported.

Cookillian is a WordPress plugin that makes it easier for your WordPress site to comply with the EC Cookie Directive, which affects the United Kingdom on May 25th 2012 and other European countries.

Cookillian will automatically detect if a visitor is located in one of the countries defined by you – likely the countries affected by the EC Cookie Direcitve – and will automatically disable any cookies that are set from within WordPress or a 3rd party plugin. The user will then be presented with an fully customizable alert about cookies, and given the option to opt in or out of using cookies. read more →