I set out to using free, open-source web fonts for a particular project lately. I’ve had bookmarked some articles a while back with some pretty cool combinations that will help the Design process move a long a bit faster. To name a few:
In those articles where screenshots of sample combinations. I just saved them to my local drive for comparison. If you don’t have Adobe Lightroom (for its Survey or Compare views) or Adobe Bridge (for its Thumbnail view) but are on OS X, you can use Preview to compare the stills.
I am working on a project that requires high-level users to be able to upload more than the default WordPress file-upload limit. I’ve done this in the past but I have set it to a multi-domain setting. Meaning that it encompasses all of my domains being hosted in a particular Dreamhost user account.
I wanted to only increase the file size (again) to something much larger than I’ve had before but only for a particular subdomain; as I was using it for staging. Here’s the process that I took to make that happen.1