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  • WordPress
    Accessibility, Part 6: Going Beyond Code Best PracticesAccessibility
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    So far this series has focused on some of the changes we as developers can implement to ensure our themes and plugins are accessible. In this article, we change tack slightly, and discuss how we might go further and proactively help people use our extensions to produce accessible websites.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Style Different Categories in Your WordPress Site Differently Using CSSStyle by category
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    Sometimes you may want to make the different sections of your website or blog look quite different, either with different branding or different colors. Here I'll show you how to use classes output by WordPress to do just that.Read More…
  • AngularJS
    Create a Simple Shopping Cart Using AngularJS: Part 1Angular js firebase
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    In this tutorial series, we'll see how to go about creating a simple shopping cart using AngularJS. This tutorial series will focus on the use of AngularJS directives. AngularJS directives are the core part of AngularJS and they impart special behavior to the HTML. Read More…
  • WordPress
    Style Posts by Category on Your Main Blog PageStyle by category
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    Being able to style posts according to their category will make it easier for visitors to identify how your posts are structured and make your site look more appealing. In this tutorial I'll show you how to do this with WordPress.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Accessibility, Part 4: OperableAccessibility
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    Broadly speaking this is the principle that your website must be able to be safely navigated for all users. This includes the guideline that your entire website should be accessible by using the keyboard alone. Furthermore, the way your website responds to user input (by keyboard or otherwise) should be predictable, clear and safe. Read More…
  • Cross-Browser
    Cross-Platform Development With NW.jsCross platformdevnodewebkit
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    Cross-Platform development has never been so easy. A fully functional application is easily created with NW.js using simple web technologies. In this tutorial, I will show you how to make use of NW.js by making a simple code editor that is usable on Windows, Linux, and the Mac!Read More…
  • Web Development
    Getting Started With Firefox OS App DevelopmentFirefox os
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    Learn how to make apps for Firefox OS with the help of your current knowledge of HTML, JavaScript, and CSS, and learn to port existing web applications to FxOS. Read More…
  • Sass
    Understanding Variable Scope in SassScope
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    In this article, we’ll take a deeper look at variables and variable scope in Sass. The scope of a variable describes the context within which it’s defined and therefore where it’s available to use.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Simple User Reviews With Gravity Forms and a Custom Post TypeTuts submit user content
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    Let your customers create content for you by submitting a form; you decide where and how to display the new content on your site.Read More…
  • Tizen SDK
    Introduction to Smart Watch App Development with TizenPreview image@2x
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    Becoming a smart watch app developer is a great idea, but what if you are an HTML developer? Do you have to abandon all of your HTML skills and start all over again? Don’t worry. Tizen comes to your rescue. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install and configure the Tizen SDK for Wearable and develop a smart watch application.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Create a License Controlled Plugin and Theme Update System, Part 3: Doing the Update Preview image
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    In this third and final part in the tutorial series, you will learn to hook into the WordPress update system and make your plugin or theme use your own license server to look for updates.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Create a License Controlled Plugin and Theme Update System — Part 2: The License Manager APIPreview image
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    In the second part of the three-part tutorial on creating a license controlled plugin and theme update system, you will learn how to create an API on top of your WordPress based license manager server and use it to retrieve product information.Read More…
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