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  • Python
    Creating a Web App From Scratch Using Python Flask and MySQL: Part 7Python
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    In the previous part of this series, we implemented image upload functionality for the users while adding a wish. We also added a few more options related to a user's wish on the Add Wish page. In this tutorial, we'll take it to the next level by implementing the functionality to like a particular wish.Read More…
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    Creating a Web App From Scratch Using Python Flask and MySQL: Part 6Python
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    In the previous part of this series, we implemented paging for the wish list on the user home page. In this part of the series, we'll implement an option for the user to upload an image representing a wish, an option to mark the wish as accomplished, and an option to set privacy.Read More…
  • AngularJS
    Create a Simple Shopping Cart Using AngularJS: Part 3Angular js firebase
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    In the previous part of this tutorial series, we created a custom directive and used it in our simple shopping cart application. In this part of the tutorial series, we'll see how to make the total div stick to the top while scrolling the browser. We'll also create a checkout page where we'll display all the items selected by the user.Read More…
  • Python
    Creating a Web App From Scratch Using Python Flask and MySQLPython
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    In this series, we'll be using Python, Flask and MySQL to create a simple web application from scratch. It will be a simple bucket list application where users can register, sign in and create their bucket list. We'll be using Flask, a Python web application framework, to create our application, with MySQL as the back end.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Styling Sections in a Page-Based Site DifferentlyStyle by category
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    Learn how to create sections in a site based on a hierarchical page structure or page categories with different styling for each section.Read More…
  • AngularJS
    Create a Simple Shopping Cart Using AngularJS: Part 2Angular js firebase
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    In the previous part of this tutorial series, we saw how to get started with creating a simple shopping cart using AngularJS. We created a simple design but there wasn't really enough AngularJS to call it an AngularJS application. In this part of the tutorial series, we'll create a custom AngularJS directive to implement the required functionality.Read More…
  • PHP
    Programming With Yii2: Working With Asset BundlesPreview a
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    Yii2 Asset Bundles make it easier to manage and optimize when and where we use JavaScript and CSS within our web applications. Learn to use Asset Bundles in our Status application.Read More…
  • 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…
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