I’m about to launch a new site and was looking into a quick and easy way to advise users with older browsers to upgrade. A bit of a Google revealed Browser-Update.org. They have a simple script that you add to your site and it will not only inform them that their browser is outdated, but also provide them with instructions on how to replace it.
All you’ve got to do is place their script on your site somewhere:
You can customise the versions by visiting their site and using the script generator. Once you’ve got it setup, users with older browsers will see a bar at the top of their page:
Let me know if you come across any other useful plugins.
Once you save that you should see something similar to the image below:
A standard twitter bootstrap dropdown button.
Change list item text alignment
To change the text alignment of this list items, all you need to do is adjust the text-align style assigned to the wrapper div.
Change dropdown button color
Once again, this is fairly simple, all you need to do is switch the button type. For instance, if you were after an orange button, you can swap btn-success with btn-warning. A list of the default styles is available on the Twitter Bootstrap site.
Just a quick post on how to block eCheque payments. These are payments that take up to seven days to process and be approved. The site I am currently working on is in no position to reserve services for such a long period of time, so the request has been made to block non-instant payment methods.
In the sandbox environment, you just need to do the following:
Login to your applications PayPal account at sandbox.paypal.com
Press the My Account tab
Select profile (just underneath my account)
Under selling preferences, click Payment Receiving Preferences
Under Block the following payments, check ‘Payments by eCheque on your website. Note: You may not block echeque payments on eBay’
The credit card statement name can also be set here. Let me know if you have any trouble.