Sallie Goetsch at 2016-09-15 16:29:00
on How to incorporate Co-Authors Plus into your WordPress theme

Your code isn't wrapping--might want to take a look at that. But thanks for the article. I've mostly used Co-Authors Plus with Genesis, and there's a plugin to take care of what you're talking about doing here, since Genesis has an author box built in. It's always good to have a sense of what to do yourself.

amit kumar at 2016-09-08 10:17:00
on How to create a “Coming Soon” countdown page

Is a nice post which help me to solve many queries of mine and the CSS help me to design and animation that page nice work .

David Stephan at 2016-09-08 06:55:00
on Snyk: the easy way to find code vulnerabilities

That is something great. I had heard about Snyk but this brief information about the application and its uses are beneficial. Thankyou.

Sam at 2016-09-05 11:17:00
on A Simple Way to Add Free News Content to Your Website

thanx very very much :*

dvlper at 2016-09-01 06:34:00
on Scrum in modern web development

This article gives a good ideas for developing a web using Scrum techniques ;i read about this in little bit but this is more useful for me ;am also provides a best web development if you want get more ideas refer our site web and app development

Steve at 2016-08-30 02:19:00
on Getting over your fear of commitment with WordPress plugins

I would love to read an article of your favorite plugins and maybe start using the plugins you recommend. Great article. "I have my little circle of highly-trusted plugins and am a bit reluctant to expand it."

Zlate at 2016-08-29 05:32:00
on Getting started with Toast: A light-weight responsive CSS grid

So that is why my class of grid__col--m-6-of-12 does not work. Is it is said in the article, the grid for tablet and mobile gives us only 4 columns to play. I also checked the exported CSS file and that is indeed the case.

pravalika sweety at 2016-08-24 10:53:00
on Installing and Configuring a WAMP Server on Your Computer

how much processing speed is necessary for wamp server

pravalika sweety at 2016-08-24 10:50:00
on Installing and Configuring a WAMP Server on Your Computer

how to check the security of the servers

Nandu H at 2016-08-22 11:28:00
on How to use CSS3 animation

For the new reader she missed important point to add as position:relative for the .animation class. Pls add this to see the effect.

Bohdan Dovhan' at 2016-08-22 10:54:00
on How to use Handlebars

Cool article, but this doesn't work for me: I see error Uncaught ReferenceError: Handlebars is not defined. I tried to connect Nothing works

hiren at 2016-08-21 20:00:00
on 8 simple CSS hover effects

4 number- Icon animate effect very impresive effect

Frank Carrera at 2016-08-20 06:24:00
on Scrum in modern web development

Thanks Mira for tips :)

Rabia Saeed at 2016-08-18 11:06:00
on Scrum in modern web development

Hey ya! loved this awesome post, umm agreed all your points, which gives me motivation to boost up all points. loving the quotation which you quoted in last. I am sure Using Scrum is good for both parties. isn't it?

karks88 at 2016-08-08 20:43:00
on Getting over your fear of commitment with WordPress plugins

Thank you!

M Edward L at 2016-08-08 00:28:00
on A Simple Way to Add Free News Content to Your Website

What about "fair use" ruling when AP won their lawsuit in 2013? I am pretty leary about using ANYTHING from the AP. If you don't know what I am talking about people, YOU NEED TO READ UP ON IT.

NCode Technologies at 2016-08-03 12:04:00
on Getting over your fear of commitment with WordPress plugins

I think deciding which plugins to use in wordpress website is one of the developer's headache. After reading your blog, it becomes little easy to find which plugin to opt for and which we should leave. Thanks for the mentioning good process.

karks88 at 2016-07-25 19:48:00
on Getting over your fear of commitment with WordPress plugins

Great ideas! Using a test bed makes things so much easier.

krishna malthurkar at 2016-07-24 17:43:00
on How to create a beautiful login form

i execute the above script but how to add function if checks and redirectes to specific file or site and also how to add multiple log in s in it

krishna malthurkar at 2016-07-24 17:41:00
on How to create a beautiful login form

how to add the function which checks and redirected to open the specific file" how to insert multiple log in

M. Ridwan Zalbina at 2016-07-20 00:05:00
on 8 reasons to rely on a CMS for web development

great articles by the way, I see the point that, for that kind small, mid range website, CMS is the best solution. And for the spesific purpose website, like infromation system that require spesific requirement then we need build from scratch.

Prince at 2016-07-19 08:34:00
on JavaScript And Recursion

what is the param initial value in the example?

Sajjad Hossain at 2016-07-15 04:10:00
on Using jQuery to add a dynamic "Back To Top" floating button with smooth scroll

Thanks for this nice and easy to understand implementation.

vurso at 2016-07-15 01:41:00
on How to use Cute Grids

Great article. Yes that's right 2 years later after being overwhelmed and at times underwhelmed by the bloat of many frameworks I was after something that wasn't quite the building blocks but gave me a decent starting point for a responsive grid and nothing else. I tried a few similar solutions but Dannyweb's Cute Grids is simply awesome and right now is being hooked into an AngularJS project with a lot of success.

Arnemancy at 2016-07-12 22:02:00
on Understanding coders via humor

I really want to read those articles but has been down since yesterday.

sam at 2016-07-10 10:01:00
on Adding a custom icon to a Google Maps Marker

Simple clear and effective

Peter van der Woude at 2016-07-09 14:14:00
on Turning the Querystring into a JSON object using JavaScript

It's absolutely perfect for my use case, where I am in complete control of the query string and edge-cases like "duplicate keys" are of no concern. Please ignore the "code-spitting" trolls and continue the good work.

MOHAMMAD HANI at 2016-06-22 10:26:00
on Turning a form element into JSON and submiting it via jQuery

can u plz explain it

HALFMEXI at 2016-06-16 19:39:00
on Opera releases VPNs for desktop and mobile

Doesn't always connect or takes a really long time, if at all... been testing it for a couple weeks. Great idea, but not what I had hoped for..... disappointing.

AntoxaGray at 2016-06-15 21:50:00
on User-friendly front-end: Emmet Livestyle

Wow I always wanted something like this. When I was making sites, I always tweaked CSS in Firegub first, then copied values into Sublime Text. I always thinked it would be cool if I could press button in Firebug and it automatically saved values in CSS file, without having to copy-paste all the time because it become tiresome after long time of doing that.

AntoxaGray at 2016-06-15 21:44:00
on Getting started with Toast: A light-weight responsive CSS grid

I have fairly good PC (i5, Nvidia GTX 960, 8 GB Ram) but responsive sites lag for me for some reason, they scroll slower and especially lag when I try to resize pages. Maybe its something to do with overbloated sites that use them. I like the idea of them though.

AntoxaGray at 2016-06-15 21:39:00
on How to use the Notification API

Is there way to make event listener for ANY notifications? Problem is that I dont know how notification object is called on one site and I cant find it in code, I'm trying to make user script for one site that need to automatically trigger when specific notification is appeared. So there's another question. Is it possible to take text from notification? For example, if notification have "300 oranges" in text, do action1, if "200 apples", do action 2. I think I need to use regexp here to take out keywords and numerical values? I just dont know how to get text from notifications and also how to fire an event for notification if I dont know how its called.

hemant kushwah at 2016-06-15 10:59:00
on How to build a weather app with HTML5’s Geolocation API

Hello There, Can U Please provide the code in Zip format. The upper code is not working. I think I am not using it correct way.

Fujimaru R at 2016-06-14 23:41:00
on Using jQuery to add a dynamic "Back To Top" floating button with smooth scroll

thanks a lot bro, very helpful :)

Jacinth at 2016-06-12 20:27:00
on jQuery plugin for caching forms using HTML5 local storage

Why is this not working for radio buttons?

benjamin saravia at 2016-06-08 19:51:00
on How to easily use Google Fonts with Sass

It worked for me, thanks!

Rodney Sanchez at 2016-06-08 14:40:00
on How to use the Instagram API

Hi Sara, How can I hide the access token on an MVC application. Right now is in a JavaScript file but I don't feel comfortable exposing it. Thanks

ankita at 2016-06-06 08:33:00
on How to setup two-factor authentication for WordPress

Thanks for sharing.. It’ really awesome for fresher and experience Web developers.

Bignedu at 2016-05-30 06:51:00
on A Simple Way to Add Free News Content to Your Website

Thanks David for sharing this. I followed your directive and the implementation is working perfectly well on my website. Nice!

Bladimir Barajas at 2016-05-27 20:36:00
on Voice control with Annyang

I keep getting this error on console $ is not a function. i tried using your code and it just wont start. i tried using the oficial website code and it works.. but i get this error, what may be wrong?

Roger Camargo at 2016-05-24 18:49:00
on How to use HTML Imports

Hi Sara, the following import works just if we have 1 import var post = document.querySelector('link[rel="import"]').import; How could I use for 2 or more imports? Cheers

Edenphost at 2016-05-20 07:18:00
on 40 tools for writing better CSS

Thanks for sharing CSS tools. Working in website designing and development company I always search for new tools to make my work easier. I will definitely go through it. Keep sharing your blog to get further information.

Tom at 2016-05-18 09:35:00
on WordPress vs. a bespoke CMS

Wordpress is a better choice than bespoke cms. Why? Because of better support and huge community.

moxet at 2016-05-14 06:40:00
on Using jQuery to add a dynamic "Back To Top" floating button with smooth scroll

Thank you it helps alot :)

Web development company at 2016-05-10 06:03:00
on WordPress vs. a bespoke CMS

wow!! it is very usefull

splinterteal - web designer at 2016-04-29 21:37:00
on Tips for inheriting an out-of-date WordPress website

can't remember the exact name but there's a Worpdress plugin that does some of the above steps for you

denisewheeler at 2016-04-23 06:56:00
on Using jQuery to add a dynamic "Back To Top" floating button with smooth scroll

Fantastic post. Thanks so much for sharing it. I just inserted all the code and it works great. Except the iQuery is showing up in the footer. Is there anyone who can tell me how to fix that?

Amin at 2016-04-22 23:08:00
on Embracing the WordPress REST API

REST API once you get the hang of it is pretty nifty. My only point of caution with it is that it can easily expose user names and the such. Any one know how to prevent that info from showing up in the JSON data the WP REST API generates?

Tim Samoff at 2016-04-17 03:59:00
on 8 ways to be the perfect web developer

This is an old article, but Devon Campbell wrote the original article, not Evan.

Thor Erik at 2016-04-13 07:02:00
on How to easily use Google Fonts with Sass

Afaik most browsers today paralellize link elements, while @import will cause blocking on that stylesheet(and should google be blocked (eg. china) that stylesheet will be blocked until timeout)

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