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  • CMS
    The Top 50 Code Posts of 20142014
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    Though Tuts+ consists are more of just our Code category, here are the top 50 posts of 2014 that ran on Tuts+ Code.Read More…
  • Magento
    Increasing Speed and Adding Rich Snippets in MagentoMagento
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    So far in this series, we have made most of the required steps for on-site optimization. Now, in the third part of this series, you'll learn how to optimize your Magento installation to reduce page load time, and how to integrate rich snippets to make your search results look more professional.Read More…
  • OpenCart
    From Beginner to Advanced in OpenCart: More Module DevelopmentOpencart
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    Welcome to the OpenCart developer series. In our previous article of module development, we built our first "Hello World Module" by using the Model-View-Controller Architecture Pattern with respect to the Admin Panel. Read More…
  • WordPress
    Creating Context-Sensitive Sidebar Navigation in WordPressCreating content sensitive sidebar navigation preview
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    If your WordPress site uses a hierarchical page structure, it's helpful to display a list of pages in the current branch of the hierarchy in the sidebar. In this article, I'll show you how to automate that process.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Building a Social Profile Widget to Display Your Follower CountBuilding a social profile widget feature
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    In this final part of the series, we will develop a social profile widget that links to a Facebook page, and to Twitter, and Google+ profiles. The widget will also display the count of Facebook page likes as well as Twitter and Google+ followers count.Read More…
  • jQuery
    Introduction to TablesorterPreview
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    Tablesorter is a straightforward jQuery plugin that provides dynamic column sorting and pagination in your HTML tables. It's a nice way to provide sortable, scripted tables that don't require the user to refresh the page. You can also use it when you're introducing Ajax into your application.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Utilizing WordPress Shortcodes and Custom Fields for FootnotesWordpress
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    The things you can do with WordPress is arguably limitless, in terms of web design and development. In this tutorial, we're going to make use of shortcodes and custom fields in order to create a working "Footnotes" section.Read More…
  • Front-End
    Building a Website With Progressive EnhancementHtml
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    When building a website, you have a few ways to approach doing so. You can start by creating the most advanced version of the site with all of the scripts, styles, and so on, and then have it render in older browsers via graceful degradation, you may opt to ignore older browsers, or you can start with a basic page and add scripts and styles such that it becomes more functional via progressive enhancement. In this series, we're going to take a look at the latter.Read More…
  • Front-End
    The Theory Behind Progressive EnhancementHtml
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    When building a website, you have a few ways to go about doing it. You can start by creating the most advanced version of the site with all of the scripts, styles, and so on, and then have it render in older browsers via graceful degradation, you may opt to ignore older browsers, or you can start with a basic page and add scripts and styles such that it becomes more functional via progressive enhancement. In this series, we're going to take a look at the latter.Read More…
  • Laravel
    AngularJS and Laravel: Finishing Building a CRMCustomer management app
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    In this part of the tutorial, we will build the front-end of our application using AngularJS. Angular is a really unique framework. Instead of abstracting the HTML or providing some way of DOM manipulation they extended the HTML to deal with the fact that it was surely not designed to work with dynamic data. Read More…
  • WordPress
    Saving Images with the WordPress Media UploaderWordpress media uploader
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    In this series, we're taking a look at how to implement the WordPress Media Uploader in an actual plugin. The idea behind this series and its associated code is to give a clear understanding of how it works, how we can use it in the future, and how we can incorporate it into our work. In this article, we're going to pick up where we left off and finish implementing the rest of this plugin. Note that I'm assuming you've read the previous two posts and understand the source code that we've covered thus far.Read More…
  • OpenCart
    From Beginner to Advanced in OpenCart: Module DevelopmentOpencart
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    In the previous articles, we examined the MVC architecture and created our first controller, model, and view in the OpenCart application. We did this in order to help gain a better understanding of the core application. To take things a step further, we're going to look at creating a custom module for OpenCart.Read More…
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