Happy New Year!

Hi viewers!

Hope you had a great christmas, I know I did as I got everything I wanted and more and a big christmas dinner! Afterwards I went to Wales for a few days and got money and vouchers which added together is £81.00 (the £1.00 was from the ‘tooth-fairy’ as my tooth fell out as well) which means I can buy loads of stuff! I think this has been the best christmas ever. Anyway off to the point, at our house we had a New Years Eve party with capture the flag games on Halo Reach on the Xbox 360 that I got for christmas,Nerf gun wars,table football matches and FIFA 14 on the Xbox 360 and a big junk food buffet and it was great because our friends Chloë and Josie came round! Hope you had a great New Years Eve and a Happy New Year to you! If you would like to see an annual report of my website in 2013 click here

Keep viewing!

-Owen

How to make Customize your 404 Error Page for WordPress responsive

Hi viewers,

I installed the Customize your 404 Error Page for WordPress plugin and ever since I did it’s really been bugging me that it doesn’t suit responsive themes as the width is set to 100% meaning it takes up the screen size and it looks really messy. I sorted this by going to the plugin editor and selecting: Customize your 404 Error Page for WordPress then I selected: custom-404-error-page-unlimited-designs-colors-and-fonts/css/custom-404-style.php from the php files from the right hand side of the page and scrolled down until I saw the: div .container_full styling. It should look like this:

div .container_full{
width: 700px;
margin: 50px auto 50px auto;
border: none;
-webkit-border-radius: 6px;
-moz-border-radius: 6px;
border-radius: 6px;
-webkit-box-shadow: 5px 3px 7px #000;
-moz-box-shadow: 5px 3px 7px #000;
box-shadow: 5px 3px 7px #000;
}

change width:700px; to min-width:0; so it should end up looking like this:

div .container_full{
min-width: 0;
margin: 50px auto 50px auto;
border: none;
-webkit-border-radius: 6px;
-moz-border-radius: 6px;
border-radius: 6px;
-webkit-box-shadow: 5px 3px 7px #000;
-moz-box-shadow: 5px 3px 7px #000;
box-shadow: 5px 3px 7px #000;
}

That’s it! your 404 error pages are now responsive! Please click the WordPress.com like button or share this if you found this article helpful.

Keep viewing!

-Owen

Hudl tesco tablet review

Hi viewers,
My mum bought a present for my grandparents for looking after my brother, lewis and I while my mum was recovering from her operation she had a few weeks ago (they still are!) which she told me to set up. Once my uncle David heard (the person who got me this site for my birthday from the hosting company he runs)  he asked me to write a review for him and I thought I would show it to you guys/gals. Enjoy!

The Hudl was easy to set up. All you need to do is charge it (or if it is already charged then switch it on and skip this step, you can see how to switch it on using the screen cover it comes with) then switch it on. It then asks for a wi-fi connection. It will then ask if you have a Tesco/Google account (I cannot remember which order) so if you have these accounts then It is suggest you log in  to them both. If there is an update then Hudl will ask you to update. The update takes an hour or two so it’s quick really. If there is no update the Hudl is set up  so it’s very quick really. It only takes about 4 hours to set it up really including charging and updating and everything so it’s not too bad. The Hudl’s Internet was very good in fact.It’s one of the reasons Hudl needs wi-fi. It has Google Chrome (my favourite browser :D ) on it as a browser so it would be fast for internet! It is also a reason Hudl would like a Google account so you can login to Chrome. The emails on Hudl were fantastic! It gets emails in two seconds! Although some may think it is not secure as all you need to do is type the password in but it is the same as computer so you really cannot complain. The emails display beautifully as well. It has the list of emails that  have been sent to you on the left hand side and the email selected on the right. Quite similar to iPad really.The camera was good quality. It didn’t have any fancy features I need to talk about but it was a good camera. There were a few other gadgets and gizmos from Google and Tesco like Google+ and Tesco shopping and it also offers advice if you are sharing a Hudl with a child! Overall I think that the Hudl is like a mini computer which you can take everywhere with you.

Keep Viewing!

-Owen

 

Halloween!

Hi viewers,

If you celebrate Halloween then today is a special day! I hope to go trick or treating with my friend Alex, his mum and sister, my brother Lewis and my cousin Rachel but I might not be well enough :( I will probably go as Frankenstein,  the same costume as last year. Fingers crossed that I feel well enough!

Keep Viewing!

-Owen

Sick!

Hi viewers,

Wow! Last night I was sick 4 times! It felt awful. First I didn’t feel hungry so I didn’t eat much of my dinner and when I did I felt sick so I ran to the toilet but nothing came out! Once it was time to go to bed I went to the upstairs toilet but then nothing came out either so I went to bed. I was then just drifting off when loads of orange stuff was coming out of my mouth and nose on to the rug in my bedroom. It was disastrous! My mum had to sit down in the bathroom with me for  at least 2 hours! She then got fed up and put a box next to my bed and put loads of cushions on my bed before asking me if I wanted to lie down and I said no. Suddenly I felt sick and ran back to the toilet. I called to my mum but she was putting the cushions back. I called again. This time I screamed but she said she was coming but then I was sick! She walked in and I was sick twice again. I now felt better and went to bed.

Keep Viewing!

-Owen

2 things I failed at.

Hi viewers,

Unfortunately I have some very bad news for you guys. I failed two things today, the Ashmole Academy auditions and the Cinderella auditions but hey ho, I have other secondary schools and I got the ensemble (backround) for Cinderella so it isn’t too sad.

Keep viewing!

-Owen