Bravo at 2018-01-18 20:38:00
on 8 simple CSS hover effects

Whammo! Icon animate in is the best one. Now I need to go and get some icons I can use. Thanks.



Ben Martin, TheFatherLife.com at 2018-01-18 19:36:00
on How to Embed an Instagram Feed

FYI, Instush galleries are no longer available.



Bitvero at 2018-01-11 08:31:00
on The ultimate website launch checklist

Good from broad perspective, however deep details are missing like page construction details, importance of asset construction like images, visitor perspective etc.



Antoni at 2018-01-10 11:09:00
on A Simple Way to Add Free News Content to Your Website

For future readers: The Google Feed API was deprecated on 15 December 2016, and no longer works.



Rafay S Ansari at 2018-01-04 18:08:00
on How to Add Numeric Pagination to Your WordPress Website

Not sure who "Rafe" is :)...but I wrote this piece and I'm glad that you like the article! Thank you for the feedback and hope to see you on the next one!



Nick Bergh at 2018-01-04 14:22:00
on 3 Best Free CMS For Your Website

Hi Arastoo, there are still plenty of new developers out there (and more every day) who may just need to familiarize themselves with the big names in the CMS industry. If you're looking for info on other solutions, I encourage you to run a quick search on Developer Drive with CMS as the keyword. On the first page you'll find posts about Backdrop, CraftCMS, Grav CMS, and more.



WpHound at 2018-01-04 10:02:00
on How to Add Numeric Pagination to Your WordPress Website

Great Post! Was searching for some data about Pagination as I am new to this and it was exceptionally handy.Thanks Rafe will utilize your site all the more frequently!



Ali Rida Masri at 2018-01-03 20:42:00
on How to build a simple reservation system

can u give me the code please and the component of database on wamp



Arastoo Abasi at 2018-01-03 16:01:00
on 3 Best Free CMS For Your Website

seriously?! when the our blog over from this REPETITIVE content?! ok wordpress is good drupal too and joomla! but what others?! we had a bunch of other best cms out there.



Marqetrix at 2017-12-28 13:23:00
on 10 essential JavaScript resources for HTML5

Very informative post. Thanks for sharing this great post with us.



Claudio Barca at 2017-12-10 07:26:00
on How to build your own theme for Grav CMS

Thanks for this useful explanation.



Rafay S Ansari at 2017-12-09 12:21:00
on Your Indispensable Guide to WordPress Theme Frameworks

Hi Texx, thank you for sharing your experience! While what you are saying is true, I feel that it's more of a requirement and cost thing. By this I don't just mean "but that's what my client wants and they are only willing to pay in peanuts and want it done in two days" scenarios. I know of a few web development agencies in my circle who have shifted to theme frameworks for their portfolio. Their portfolios consist of a few pages so the slow down doesn't effect them that much and they can manage to revamp their whole site with just one of their guys working on it in under a week so it saves them effort (and thus money too).



gayu at 2017-12-09 08:20:00
on Adding a simple authentication using PHP require and includes

best one,can we use mongodb for database



Buy Contact Lenses at 2017-12-09 05:11:00
on 5 Quick and Easy Tricks To Improve Your WordPress Theme

Very informative, keep posting such good articles, it really helps to know about things.



Buy Contact Lenses at 2017-12-09 05:11:00
on 10 essential JavaScript resources for HTML5

I certainly agree to some points that you have discussed on this post. I appreciate that you have shared some reliable tips on this review.



Texx Smith at 2017-12-07 12:09:00
on Your Indispensable Guide to WordPress Theme Frameworks

I like theme frameworks. But one of the very real cons of every theme framework is lower speed, higher download time and more client side processing. I list three and say one because they are all caused by the same thing: JS support for every feature the theme has. This can't be eliminated (without removing features from framework), only partially mitigated, but in my experience it often isn't even mitigated.



Gustavo Reis at 2017-12-02 14:31:00
on 6 Ways to Organize Your CSS

Hi Ezequiel, do not forget of suggesting that we have a separate JavaScript file for every page. For example, Bootstrap and Bootstrap offers separate SCSS files and separate JavaScript files and we compile only selected SCSS files. As I do not want to use JavaScript files and codes for optimising the site and keeping it faster to load, I remove some SCSS files which require to use JavaScript from bootstrap.scss and materialize.scss. I use another programming language to reutilise automatically and unify three files – metadata and scripting, heading and footer, on each page for resynchronising the CSS files and JavaScript files, and after put a separate CSS files after heading, and put a separate JavaScript file before footer which is before </body>.



EA Locksmith Waterloo at 2017-11-24 00:13:00
on A Simple Way to Add Free News Content to Your Website

Awesome article, thank you.



Eye Atchara at 2017-11-22 08:09:00
on Allowing Users to Edit Text Content with HTML5

You save my life!!!! Thank you so much!!!



Ernest Guy at 2017-11-18 06:59:00
on 15 Online resources for learning web design

Awesome.. Learn webdesign for free. love it!



Adarsh at 2017-11-18 04:13:00
on Installing and Configuring a WAMP Server on Your Computer

I am facing issues to login phpMyadmin... i tried user as 'root' and left the passwrd blank .... i went to C:/ wamp/apps/ phyMyadmin 4.7.4 and changed passord in config.inc.php also and tried again but its not working ... Please help me....



Lisa Wells at 2017-11-15 17:42:00
on How to incorporate Co-Authors Plus into your WordPress theme

I displayed the gravatar conditionally like so: guest_authors->get_guest_author_thumbnail( $coauthor, $size ); ?> <?php if (!is_null( $guest_author_thumbnail )) { echo ''.coauthors_get_avatar( $coauthor, 100 ).''; } ?>



Frederick Travis at 2017-11-11 08:21:00
on How to Convert a WordPress Site into a Mobile App

I have used WAPPPRESS for a number of my clients at US and there is no complaint at all. Its probably the easiest, most affordable and best way on internet to convert a wordpress site into a mobile app almost instantly in hardly about a minute. It has native app features like Push notifications and Admob. I highly recommend this plugin for all those who need an android or iOS mobile app instantly without spending huge amount of money. Its cost is just $19. Regards, Wordpress Developer



websoftbuzz at 2017-11-07 08:39:00
on 15 Online resources for learning web design

nice info gathered very useful. Thanks



Ежевичное Варенье at 2017-11-05 19:36:00
on Manipulating HTML5's native audio with JavaScript

why i can not find this API anywhere? is it secret?



Aleksandar Malenko at 2017-11-03 23:20:00
on Implementing Drag and Drop Functions with HTML5 and JavaScript

how did you fix it?



Aleksandar Malenko at 2017-11-03 22:47:00
on Implementing Drag and Drop Functions with HTML5 and JavaScript

Can you please tell me how did you fix this ?



Freelance Web Designer at 2017-11-02 13:56:00
on How to Convert a WordPress Site into a Mobile App

Nice applications list. WAPPPRESS is great for the first try.



redneckbob at 2017-11-01 03:15:00
on 9 Frameworks to Watch in 2017

I stopped chasing languages and toolkits 25 years ago and you know what is funny? Authoring a decent web app has grown so convoluted and unnecessarily verbose and sadly convoluted that I feel as if I'm coding on IBM's AIX with the X11/Motif window manager libraries in C. In fact, I may argue that X11/Motif in C is easier coding up an application with nodeJS, sass, partials, mixins, gulp, npm, HTML5, and bower. Not to mention the debugging environment. Find a language and toolkit with a steady upwards curve that is starting to appear in job reqs, then learn the shit out of it. Put on blinders, do not look at shiny things or the fact that cool kids jump languages/frameworks every year or two yet develop nothing, and keep plugging away. In 2 to 3 years you'll make the big bucks. Repeat that cycle every 7-10 years and you'll be in good shape.



Web Design bhopal at 2017-10-27 10:36:00
on How to Install a Free SSL Certificate on Your WordPress Website

Very informative post for beginners ....thanking you for sharing your blog with us ... Keep posting ..!



Senthuran Elangovan at 2017-10-26 06:49:00
on How to build a simple reservation system

:p



DedicatediT at 2017-10-26 06:43:00
on How to Install a Free SSL Certificate on Your WordPress Website

Never heard of this free SSL certificate ...I know there are web hosting sites which charge some money although few gave this free if you buy hosting and domain from them. All in All a good post ti gain knowledge. Thank you! dedicated-it.com.au/



Amit Agarwal at 2017-10-24 06:07:00
on A Simple Way to Add Free News Content to Your Website

can we copy data from other site to my site . its legal way or illlegal



Adventure at 2017-10-22 16:16:00
on Pushing Updates to the Web Page with HTML5 Server-Sent Events

HTML 5 SERVER-SENT EVENTS in 2017.. This article should be updated or removed.



Josh Stern at 2017-10-21 02:51:00
on WordPress’ Missing Functionality (and How to Find It)

The default page template in Wordpress is originally designed for a blog. A lot of the pluggable themes and plugins try to work with that default page template. The system would be better designed and organized if their were a named hierarchy of different templates and indications for which themes and which plugins are tested with which alternative page templates.



M⃠ ⃠S⃠ ⃠i⃠ ⃠N⃠ ⃠L⃠u⃠n⃠d⃠ at 2017-10-19 07:21:00
on 3 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Rely on CSS Variables

24% is huge! Enough to make it practically useless if you build a site for regular people. Especially if you need it to work on phones and tablets, where most seem to be stuck with crap-browsers. And also, exactly how ugly does it fail on older browsers?



leegee at 2017-10-18 07:57:00
on Pushing Updates to the Web Page with HTML5 Server-Sent Events

There is a demo. Did you read to the end?



anon at 2017-10-17 02:09:00
on Creating a Slider Control with the HTML5 Range Input

what is these defnitions Content editable- On blur and on focus- Graphic formats for HTML- - An input field must be filled in- A slider control- A scalar measurement within a range- Navigation links?- element- A header -



Freelance Web Designer at 2017-10-14 09:41:00
on How to Speed Up WordPress Development and Maintenance With WP-CLI

This will be really useful. Thanks for great article Rafay.



Mariam Molina Palma at 2017-10-14 02:16:00
on Installing and Configuring a WAMP Server on Your Computer

Hi All: I installed wamp server and W is green but get error http error 404. the requested resource is not found. I change the port listen , and try 80, 8080, 81, 50, but any of these works I also re install Wamp server , but did not work Either. Any Help, will be appreciated.



motaz at 2017-10-11 01:48:00
on Integrating HTML5, CSS and PHP to Create a Very Basic Contact Form

Notice: Undefined variable: I literally copied and rendered it as per instructions above but to no avail, here is what the error is:- if (mail ($to, $subject, $body, $from)) I had to isset a couple of lines of code otherwise it was coming back as Undefined but can't figure this particular error?



Jhon Ashton at 2017-10-04 11:27:00
on Creating A Web Page Calculator Using The HTML5 Output Element

I can recommend uCalc plugin https://ucalc.pro/en for making great lead forms. I have already installed lead forms I created there to all my websites. A number of orders from clients increased right away.



Sunil Chandra at 2017-10-04 10:51:00
on 8 simple CSS hover effects

This is good



Simon Walker at 2017-09-27 05:24:00
on 12 Magento Pitfalls (and How to Avoid Them)

Hi Brandon, I really appreciate your comment and having 8+ years on Magento has given me a lot of insight.



Brandon Graves at 2017-09-25 07:35:00
on 12 Magento Pitfalls (and How to Avoid Them)

Hi Simon, Thanks for providing such a great information to us. You have mentioned very important and necessary points. Very well written article. I like your work.



Nathan Jessen at 2017-09-23 00:47:00
on Getting Started with PostCSS and Gulp

Where can I find the documentation for the tube function? I've never seen that before. Is it the same thing as pipe?



Janne at 2017-09-21 04:24:00
on 8 simple CSS hover effects

I fixed this by adding display:block; position: relative; to the animated element.



Igor Mizak at 2017-09-19 05:51:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

In general: #1 - true #2 - true #3 - very true. even if you want to create custom post type, custom taxonomy, custom users group, etc you need to know in which file and how. #4 - true #5 - true. slowest of all, mostly because of senseless database queries. Simple example - featured image - stored in database as post. display 20 posts you can add 20 more database queries for featured images + 20 more database queries for meta data. these 41 queries can be done in ONE database query. #6 definitely not. Every small thing you want to make, you need to dig in code in files or google. Custom fields, custom post types, ... #7 sure not but that's problem of all CMSes not just Wordpress. btw who is using raw theme he buy somewhere? #8 - true. you would wonder how many bots are trying to access your wordpress files, plugin files, or template files of which is known has vulnerability. I created simple access logger to show me what are the http requests on my custom coded multi-website platform and it's full of requests to: wp-login.php wp-admin/ wp-xmlrpc.php?secret=111 wp-xmlrpc-config.php?sec... wp-includes/logo_img.php wp-content/uploader.php wp-content/themes/headwa... wp-content/themes/RightN... wp-content/themes/ThisWa... and many others #9 true, however after some digging still possible to find suitable solution. BTW this is same for all CMSes unless you get paid enterprise plan so no other options here. #10 SEO does not fall from heaven itself. This needs to be improved regardless of CMS. Beside this website is made in Wordpress, notice in footer that it is a blog. Wordpress itself is a blogging software as she stated in #1. The whole article does not tell it is a bad platform for a blog. But for something more than a blog it is not a fortunate choice.



@gilkichoi at 2017-09-15 06:01:00
on Getting Started with PostCSS and Gulp

Amazing tutorial we have here. Thank you



Natalie at 2017-09-11 01:18:00
on 8 simple CSS hover effects

Loving these effects. I'm wondering, though, how to get rid of the "clicking" feel when the animation reaches the end of it's "fade" for example #3 (ghost button) in Safari?



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