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?

hexplor at 2017-09-08 04:04:00
on How to build your own theme for Grav CMS

I use grav for every project for like 2 years. I'm never coming back to Wordpress or Joomla. Grav is fast and flexible and allows me to configure my cms the way i can.

Bishal Shahi Thakuri at 2017-09-05 07:32:00
on 8 simple CSS hover effects

same here

Iyk Mezu at 2017-08-19 13:47:00
on 4 Security Measures Every WordPress Site Needs

This is just so nice. Some might not know importance of some information till you experience what it can solve. Thanks for sharing this

Sean Dearnaley at 2017-08-16 21:55:00
on How to create a rich text editor with Quill

My 2 cents on Quill.js--- use something else ---if you want to extend it's document model in any meaningful way you will get very stuck... there have been some really bad design and architectural decisions that have made upgrades virtually impossible, if you are considering using quill.js take note that it does not support blocks within blocks, and the delta format doesn't support nesting... a div within it's default p tag is not possible, so tables are not possible, a simple div is not possible even break handling is very difficult, br tags are wrapped in P tags which are blocks... The community is not great, the docs are woeful, they don't describe advanced functionality because advanced functionality is not possible-- there is bad blood because the developers systematically delete any issues related to the aforementioned issues, it's almost as if they're trying to make it look better to secure sponsorship..... you will find if you dig into the user extensions, they're all half baked because there are intractable issues with the framework...perhaps it'll sort itself out with a rewrite in version 2.0. ... for now I would recommend looking at slate.js or prosemirror because those have first class data models with nesting, they also have issues but I have more faith these issues can be resolved.

Jenny Fong at 2017-08-15 11:54:00
on 8 simple CSS hover effects

Thanks ! Nice work

Emin Sinanyan at 2017-08-14 20:29:00
on The Simple Way to Manually Deactivate WordPress plugins

What if you have FTP issues too? For example Godaddy Manage wordpress is known to have FTP issues. In such a case, you have to take this road :0

Geoff at 2017-08-14 00:04:00
on Allowing Users to Edit Text Content with HTML5

This is brilliant. Thanks for taking the time to explain. Is it possible also to set permissions for who can edit content. To be more specific... if an organistion has staff who book resources using bespoke software and then the data from the bookings is extracted into a table that can be filtered and sorted by all staff... can you set this table up so that staff can edit (update) their own booking in the secondary table but not other people's bookings. I'm thinking of just applying this to one cell in the table which would have specific service requests about the use of the resource which has been booked.

Jim at 2017-08-07 13:57:00
on Why WordPress is the Last CMS You Should Opt For

Awkward moment when this site is using WordPress

Abhishek Tanna at 2017-08-04 04:27:00
on How to use the Instagram API

how to share images on my instagram account?

Dev Manohar at 2017-07-31 11:15:00
on Add a Simple Google, Yahoo! or Bing Search Box to Your Website

where exactly should we implement the bing custom search CODE on the website ?

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


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

Excellent and helpful share post is actually great, quality and the picture quality Keep on posting!.. http://greenappleimages.com/

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


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


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

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