Andy Hawkes is a multi-disciplinary geek who spends his working week in London at global digital agency R/GA leading world-class teams building websites, web applications and fun things like that.
Most of his web stuff has been built using the excellent CodeIgniter MVC framework for PHP, MySQL, a healthy dose of semantic HTML (in the form of either HTML5 or XHTML) and CSS, and a smattering of jQuery to add some polish.
When he's not monkeying about on a computer Andy can be found riding his motorbike, brewing his own beer, failing to finish off DIY jobs at home, shooting people with Airsoft guns, or just moaning about things like an old man.
This site pulls together stuff that Andy has written, linked to, posted about, or generally pontificated upon from a number of sources and presents it for your delight and delectation.
Please note: Andy hates writing copy like this where he talks about himself in the third person - it makes him sound like some kind of cheesy American wrestler-turned-movie-star, or something equally irritating.
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Handy functions to make wordpress theme development a bit easier / more streamlined