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  • WordPress
    Adding and Removing Images with the WordPress Media UploaderWordpress media uploader
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    In the previous post in this series, we started working with the latest iteration of the WordPress Media Uploader in order to get a clearer understanding of how to begin to incorporate it into our projects. Based on the feedback from the first article, we're going to look at expanding the scope of this series a little bit more. In this article, we're going to look at practically applying the functionality that we introduced in the last article. Then, in a follow up article (or perhaps more than one follow-up article) we'll look at some more of the finer points of how the Media Uploader works.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Implementing the EU Cookie Law Into Your WordPress SiteWordpress
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    If you live in Europe you've probably heard about the cookie law. The exact law changes from country to country and some of the guidelines are a little unclear about ways it should be implemented. This article is not to discuss or advise on the law, but to show you the method behind creating a simple cookie law popup plugin.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Using JekyllJekyll
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    In the previous post I talked about GitHub Pages and how to set it up on your GitHub repository. We used the site generator to get started and I mentioned that GitHub Pages also supports Jekyll. In this post I will talk about Jekyll and show you how to get it set up with your project.Read More…
  • Web Applications
    From Beginner To Advanced in OpenCart: ConfigurationOpencart
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    In the first part of the series, we took a look at how to get started by setting up OpenCart on our local development machine. In this part we are going to understand the Admin Panel. OpenCart has very interactive and easy-to-user user interface. Users found no difficulty interacting with it. It has a large number of controls that are used to control the store, so there' no need to even deal with writing code. Let's take a look at an overview of the admin panel.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    Recreating the Touch Ripple Effect as Seen on Google DesignGoogle thumb
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    Google's new design efforts are vast and justify a significant amount of conversation. But instead of talking about the theory of "Material Design" and the implications of Google's newest efforts, we're going to focus on an interesting technique Google has employed on their Design landing page.Read More…
  • Web Development
    What Is Go?Go programming lang
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    In this tutorial, we are going to learn to develop a simple web application using the Go programming language. Read More…
  • WordPress
    An Introduction to Creating a bbPress Theme From ScratchBbpress theme from scratch
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    bbPress is a WordPress that brings discussion boards - also known as forums - functionality to WordPress. In this series, we'll be talking about how to create your first bbPress-compatible theme from scratch.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Build Your Own Yeoman GeneratorYeoman wide retina preview
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    Take a look at some of the more interesting features of Yeoman by learning how to build your own Yeoman generator.Read More…
  • Theme Development
    Creating a WordPress Theme From Static HTML: Preparing the MarkupCreating wordpress theme from html 400
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    Last year I did a small (and admittedly very un-scientific) survey among other WordPress developers. What I wanted to know was this: When they built their first WordPress theme, how did they do it? Did they hack an existing theme or did they start with their own static HTML and turn it into a theme? The majority of people I spoke to used the second approach - they were all experienced frontend developers who had built sites using HTML and CSS, and found it easiest to take their existing HTML files and convert them to a theme. Two of the people I spoke to were lecturers or teachers, and told me that this is the approach they use with students. So in this series I'm going to show you how to do just that.Read More…
  • Laravel
    Authentication With Laravel 4Laravel 4 auth retina preview
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    Authentication is required for virtually any type of web application. In this tutorial, I'd like to show you how you can go about creating a small authentication application using Laravel 4. We'll start from the very beginning by creating our Laravel app using composer, creating the database, loading in the Twitter Bootstrap, creating a main layout, registering users, logging in and out, and protecting routes using filters. We've got a lot of code to cover, so let's get started!Read More…
  • Web Development
    Mobile First With Bootstrap 3Bootstrap 3 preview
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    Ok so a couple of weeks now, on it's very own two year anniversary Mark Otto and the rest of the guys responsible for the develop and maintenance of Bootstrap announced the official release of the framework's third version, and it came on steroids, let's see what we're getting.Read More…
  • Web Development
    Building a Web App From Scratch in AngularJSAngular js
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    In a previous AngularJS tutorial I covered all the basics of how to get up and running with Angular in around 30 minutes. This tutorial will expand on what was covered there by creating a simple real world web application.Read More…
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