Nick DerAvedissian at 2017-07-17 18:22:00
on The Simple Way to Manually Deactivate WordPress plugins

Ok, these will work, but there is a much easier solution - Delete things with FTP. For themes: Delete the active theme. Now after doing that, the website will have a blank white screen, that's ok, because the activate theme is not there anymore. But now you can head on to the login screen, and install or activate another theme that is going to work. For Plugins: This is even easier, once you log in to the server with FTP, simply delete the plugin(s) that are causing the issues.



Mark at 2017-07-14 01:49:00
on The Simple Way to Manually Deactivate WordPress plugins

Awsome post! Very usful!



Yathish Hosamani at 2017-07-12 09:30:00
on How to get started with the Tumblr API, part 2

veryyyy nice.



Mohan Kumar at 2017-07-07 17:05:00
on How to build a simple reservation system

SQL Query for checking availability of rooms ?



Ricardo Chitagu at 2017-07-06 09:04:00
on 8 simple CSS hover effects

nice



Milos Miljkovic at 2017-07-02 19:09:00
on How to build a simple reservation system

Can we get a glimpse of what the "calendarImplement.js" file looks like? I can find no documentation on how to use the calendar script.



yakusa47 at 2017-07-01 12:10:00
on How to incorporate Co-Authors Plus into your WordPress theme

I’ve read the documentation here https://vip.wordpress.com/documentation/incorporate-co-authors-plus-template-tags-into-your-theme/ This is the file needed for modification or review: * /public_html/wp-content/themes/newspaper/parts/page-author-box.php -> https://pastebin.com/jKdUuxZ2 * /public_html/wp-content/themes/newspaper/author.php -> https://pastebin.com/mD069dDP * /public_html/wp-content/themes/newspaper/loop-single-1.php -> https://pastebin.com/sZvfpeXs How to Incorporate Co-Authors Plus template tags into Newspaper TagDiv with function.php in child theme? Thank you. original post: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/how-to-incorporate-co-authors-plus-template-tags-into-newspaper-tagdiv/



Monika at 2017-07-01 07:46:00
on Deal of the week: Smashing web & graphics eBook bundle

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JustinFlores at 2017-06-23 20:10:00
on Should You Switch to Sketch?

If Sketch or Photoshop would support Ubuntu, many of us could ditch the monopoly OSes forever.



Munna Hossain at 2017-06-23 10:27:00
on 5 Quick and Easy Tricks To Improve Your WordPress Theme

Hey, Great tips. This is another helpful article from you. Thanks for sharing with us. Nice blog. Keep sharing.



Pranay Chauhan at 2017-06-23 05:28:00
on 5 Ways to Start Working With UX Today

Thank you sharing nice post.



Brokenglass Designs at 2017-06-21 12:20:00
on 5 Ways to Start Working With UX Today

When we talk about user-centered design, we rarely talk about its role in research. But as an experience design company, it’s our job to be curious and thoughtful not just about ideas and design, but about the people we’re studying, their needs, and interests.



Maddy Osman at 2017-06-16 21:26:00
on 6 WordPress Maintenance Services Clients Love

Chad, Great point! I know a lot of WP professionals who are trying to adopt a similar model.



Sahid Ali at 2017-06-14 09:23:00
on Adding a simple authentication using PHP require and includes

One of best i have found on internet



Yasser Moosa at 2017-06-10 22:20:00
on Moving your website to HTTPS, is it worth it?

Do you think the SEO power you get from moving to https warrants the change if the site in question is a large aged ecommerce store with thousands of quality links? I have a client investigating and asking me about this and I'm still not sure if it's worth-it if he'll land up losing lots of link juice after making the move. Especially since 301 redirects never give the full link juice, you probably land up losing 15%-20% link juice.



Tobias Crops at 2017-06-02 14:49:00
on How to use Font Awesome icon fonts in WordPress

Hello, Tahir, really great article! Maybe you could help me?=) I used this line of the code "-o-transform: scale(1);" to scale my icons in Opera properly, however it didn't help me. Maybe it is because of specifically these icons, that I am using - https://mobiriseicons.com/ Is it possible that something is wrong with them? What do you think? And thanks for your tutorial!



leon at 2017-05-31 14:14:00
on The Important Things About !important

I agree Maddy! it's !important to not use !important until it's !important



qkarendaz at 2017-05-30 10:57:00
on How to create a beautiful login form

This is very helpful...... i wish i can get more of this



Rodrigo Darti da Costa at 2017-05-25 18:42:00
on 8 simple CSS hover effects

thx



Ravi Shanker at 2017-05-24 08:10:00
on Adding a simple authentication using PHP require and includes

I need a sample code to to application based authentication using php for integrating instamojo payment gateway. Can any one help with one. The python code is provided herewith. import requests requests.post('https://api.instamojo.com/oauth2/token/', data={ 'grant_type': 'client_credentials', 'client_id': '21fe14a60057ece6c76496175cb0238a2ffd87be', 'client_secret': '-KWPoDO!_l?MZQ-DsZeQ0TXXcvuDn;mxmAtGho8Xijn=iH6F' })



Pavan Bodagala at 2017-05-20 02:06:00
on Installing and Configuring a WAMP Server on Your Computer

i downloaded wamp server and clicked the file to install then after the admin asking yes or no -> i clicked yes after the cmd opend and closed then after there is no response please tell me what to do



Martin Gonzalez Vazquez at 2017-05-19 14:49:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

Written and published into a wordpress running Blog...



Chad Barnes at 2017-05-16 17:38:00
on 6 WordPress Maintenance Services Clients Love

Maddy, thanks for writing. Those are undoubtedly 6 huge benefits of WP maintenance services. Though admittedly biased, SkyrocketWP (https://skyrocketwp.com) provides a 7th service that our clients love: lightning fast, ultra-secure, managed WordPress hosting. The ones we've asked say that they're fans of the all-in-one approach. According to them, it dramatically reduces confusion, hassle, and the potential for blame-shifting.



EMMA AMAN at 2017-05-13 09:51:00
on Add a Simple Google, Yahoo! or Bing Search Box to Your Website

hi..



Muhammad at 2017-05-11 15:26:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

Why this site is using wordpress?



Guest at 2017-05-10 12:47:00
on How to incorporate Co-Authors Plus into your WordPress theme

please make this feature without plugin.So we can use it.I hate to use plugins



Justyn Clark at 2017-05-10 02:51:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

"Last CMS to opt for" ? Oh shut up!!! Stupid, misleading, misinformed, ignorant, rushed, dumb, no alternatives/better solutions etc etc etc. And yeah, THIS site is using WordPress.



bettywacka at 2017-05-07 22:24:00
on Should You Switch to Sketch?

Interesting article, in regards to point 3 I disagree somewhat as you can open and export really easily with Adobe's latest update. Whilst I've used both I must admit personally I find the UI on Illustrator and now XD much easier and more simplistic than Sketch and Flinto



Maddy Osman at 2017-05-05 18:20:00
on The Best Wireframing Tools for Developers

Also great feedback, Filip! Thanks for sharing so that readers can get even more from this article.



Maddy Osman at 2017-05-05 18:20:00
on The Best Wireframing Tools for Developers

Great feedback, Damien! There were definitely more tools I could have shared on this list :) My goal was to share a few, then get into "traditional" tools like Photoshop/a pen and paper, and show the contrast.



adnan at 2017-04-29 20:22:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

I read the whole post. Writer of post makes a claim. But at the end, writer didn't offer a (better) solution. What is her advice for a CMS according to this 10 points? None. One more thing. It is funny that CMS of this site the post belongs to, is Wordpress. Start to change from inside if you are serious.



Mircea at 2017-04-29 18:05:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

"Julia Blake is a freelance writer" - what do you expect? :-) She is just a writer. As I see it, this article is just a way to promote BS services like wix. Julia, friendly advice. Stop writing about things you no nothing. :-)



Alex Kilian at 2017-04-29 13:22:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

"WordPress is a good solution for an experienced web designer" - what does your experience as a web designer have to do with the choice of a cms? You can be the best web designer in the world, if you lack web development experience you won't get far with WordPress.. don't use web designer as a portmanteau for designer and developer, those are some pretty different professions, just because you can have experience in both doesn't mean you need to...



Mateusz at 2017-04-29 06:39:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

Exactly



Damien O'Brien at 2017-04-29 02:36:00
on The Best Wireframing Tools for Developers

No mention of Balsamiq Mockups? Maddy c'mon girl do your research, It's one or the largest used in the industry!



Damien O'Brien at 2017-04-29 02:34:00
on Essential server security for web developers

Tryout the Desktop tool Scrutiny aswell, this helps to point potential issues with your system.



Damien O'Brien at 2017-04-29 02:30:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

Where are the alternatives? Rushed article much. I hate these things, but i'll forget to tell you where it excels. GAH!



David "Lefty" Schlesinger at 2017-04-29 00:00:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

This would probably be a little more persuasive if these weren't broadbrush and not-exactly-issues in virtually all of the cases, not to mention if you presented even a single credible alternative or way to improve things. And you're publishing this on a Wordpress-based site. So there's that. Look, you wouldn't install all new wiring in your house and complain that you had to know something about electricity to do it. You'd hire a good electrician. If coding is an issue for you, and keeping your site secure is a concern, maybe you shouldn't be trying to put together a complex content management system when you're not competent to do it, but hire someone who knows what they're doing instead.



Digruntled at 2017-04-28 23:46:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

Who is this aimed at? The general public who have never built a website before and who don't even know html?



Julia Blake at 2017-04-28 16:52:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

Perfect alternative can not be the only one choice for everyone, it all depends on goals and personal feel.



Julia Blake at 2017-04-28 16:51:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

Stupid or not, it managed to draw your attention :) This post is not a comparison of good and bad sides of Wordpress, it's a list of negatives, so why do I need to say about good things here? The Internet is overloaded with fake positive reviews... This post is my opinion and it is based on real problems.



Julia Blake at 2017-04-28 16:48:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

I already have a small list of alternatives here https://www.socpub.com/articles/5-cms-alternatives-wordpress-15350



DalmiOlli at 2017-04-27 10:35:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

It's the right view - a more critical approach on viewing Wordpress is really needed. What really lacks is a list of good alternatives.



Anonymous at 2017-04-26 12:19:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

The article has listed the negative aspects of WordPress. Well, some may agree, some might not. Its all based on the experience WordPress gives or user knowledge on CMS products. In my case, I faced challenges in using WordPress. Especially, point #2. #5 and #8. I wanted a CMS with community features. To achieve this in WordPress, plugins are required. Plugins caused drop in the site's performance. I am now using Composr CMS, which has all the essential CMS features comes built-in whereas I had to tough time in finding good free plugin for WordPress. I am with the opinion that using a CMS that bundles core features will provide considerable stability in site performance and might have higher possibility to get any security patches from Composr CMS instead of running between CMS developer and plugin developer to fix your site issue.



Barış Ünver at 2017-04-25 13:46:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

Is this a late April Fool joke or something?



Sean O’Dwyer at 2017-04-25 10:10:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

What an unbelievably stupid article—totally one-sided, ill-informed, and full of fake problems.



Filip Pižl at 2017-04-24 22:16:00
on The Best Wireframing Tools for Developers

Probably the most used tool nowadays is missing in your list: Sketch for Mac. Is't much more suitable for wireframing than Photoshop (thanks to the symbols and art boards). Plus there is plenty of plugins. Combining with InVision App, it's the perfect workflow.



Parita at 2017-04-24 10:00:00
on Installing and Configuring a WAMP Server on Your Computer

When I click the wamp server icon on desktop I get the error displayed with following dialog box, php-win.exe - System error The program cant start because MSVCR110.dll is missing from your computer,Try reinstalling the programto fix the problem. what do i do to resolve the problem???



White Iron Data at 2017-04-20 10:41:00
on Is Your Website Mobile App Ready?

Very Nice Blog..Good job..Keep it up.



Miguel at 2017-04-19 08:50:00
on 5 Best WordPress Page Builder Plugins

Hi Maddy, Nice article, just to update your post now Divi costs 89 per year. Cheers,



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