Todo Script

This is a simple “todo list” script written in PHP. It requires Apache and MySQL database. The php scripts are small, fast and easy to install. It works with CSS which can be easily modified to suit your style.

Data is displayed in a table format and is sortable by just clicking on the column header. Adding, updating and deleting a task is simple by simply clicking on the links. The delete function has a confirmation popup window to prevent accidental deletes.

Authentication was recently added to keep the list private. By default, the admin account is active. Once logged in, users are encouraged to create a new user and to delete the default admin account to secure the system. The admin account can’t be deleted in Demo mode.

The cost is $10.00 payable via Paypal. Once payment is received, you will receive an email with the php source files which include Installation Instructions. The program cost includes unlimited email support and unlimited software updates. If you like to contact me, please use my contact form. Thanks for your support.

The latest is version 1.4. Demo is available here.

  • username: admin
  • password: admin

Available for $10.00. Pay via PayPal!

Todo Script – $10.00

Toastmasters Database

The Toastmasters Database is a set of dynamic web pages written to aid a Toastmasters club keep track of its membership, officers list, club schedule, speech assignments, awards and club fees online. The scripts were written in PHP which requires a web server (Apache) with a PHP module installed. The scripts also utilizes MySQL, a database for storing and retrieving data online. In addition, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and web templates can be used for formatting and incorporating your club’s website look and feel.

The Toastmasters Database has two main sections: the display section and the administration section. The display section is used for public access. It displays member information, officers list, schedules, awards, etc. The Administration Section is for website administrators only. This section should be maintained by a club officer or by a website administrator. The Admin page is used for setup, configuration and data entry. The Admin area is password protected using the program’s built-in authentication.

Continue reading “Toastmasters Database”

Create WordPress Drop Caps

Drop Caps. Magazines use it. Websites use it. What’s all the rage? A Drop Cap is the first letter of a paragraph that is enlarged to “drop” down two or more lines. So, here is an easy way to create drop caps in WordPress.

1. Add a span to the first letter of your post with a “class” called dropcaps. See the example below.

<span class=”dropcaps”>D</span>rop Caps. Magazines use it.

2. Next, add the followng CSS code to your WordPress Theme’s stylesheet.

.dropcaps {
font-family: Georgia, Times New Roman, Serif;
padding: 3px 3px 0 0;

3. That’s it. See the example above.

Create A 2-Column WordPress Page

How do you create a 2 Column WordPress Page? It’s simple. First, let’s explain a WordPress Page. A WordPress Page is technically a post that lives outside the blog chronology. Examples of Pages are the About, Contact, Archives and Link pages. All you need is a little bit of HTML and CSS code to create a 2 Column Page. Here’s how!

1. Format your WordPress Pages using the following HTML code

<div class='embed'>
Left Column Text
<div class='embed'>
Right Column Text
<div style='clear:both;'></div>

2. Add this CSS code to your theme’s stylesheet.

.embed {
  padding:0 0 0 10px;
  margin:0 0 20px 0;

3. That’s it!


Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Fusce gravida ornare vulputate. Fusce pulvinar placerat nulla, quis congue ligula malesuada in.
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Fusce gravida ornare vulputate. Fusce pulvinar placerat nulla, quis congue ligula malesuada in.

How About Multiple Columns

No problem. The code is very flexible. You can easily create multiple column pages by slightly modifying both HTML and CSS codes.

1. HTML: Add a 3rd or 4th “embed” class.
2. CSS: for 3 columns, use width of 31px; for 4 columns, use 22px.


The WordPress Visual editor removes HTML tags like “div” tags. If you want a 2-column WordPress page, use and save your work using the HTML editor instead. It’s easy to switch to Visual and HTML and vice versa.

That’s it! Enjoy your 2 Column or Multiple Column Pages!