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  • WordPress
    Toolbox of the Smart WordPress Developer: The Envato WordPress ToolkitWordpress toolbox
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    In this part of the "Toolbox of the Smart WordPress Developer" series, we're going to go through the Envato WordPress Toolkit, a "toolkit" to install and update themes purchased from ThemeForest.Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Tuts+ Guide to Template Tags: Eighth BatchTemplate tags featured image
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    In this ninth part of the series, we're going to go through the last batch of the almost 200 template tags.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    JavaScript Debugging Using Cross-Browser Source MapsJavascript wide retina preview
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    As a JavaScript developer, I’m sure you’ve already been falling into this scenario: something goes wrong with the production version of your code, and debugging it directly from the production server is a nightmare because it has been minified or compiled from another language. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to find source maps in all of the browsers and get the most out of those few minutes you have to debug.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Easy Digital Downloads: Tax SettingsEdd
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    The idea of running an online digital store can seem difficult, especially when you think about taxation issues. I am sure you don't want your business to be affected by a legal complication due to some mishandling of taxes. Easy Digital Downloads offers some versatile settings to handle tax-related issues. The configuration of the Taxes setting tab is the topic of today's post.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    Understanding Fluent APIs in JavaScriptFluent preview
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    While designing Babylon.js v2.0 (a library for building 3D on the web), I recently found myself wishing that more APIs were fluent—that is, I wish the community could more easily read, understand, and build upon the work while spending less time in the tech docs. In this tutorial, I’ll walk through fluent APIs: what to consider, how to write them, and cross-browser performance implications. Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Accounts SettingsWoocommerce
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    In the previous tutorials of this series I have discussed quite a number of times the friendly user experience that WooCommerce provides to its users. Account handling is a hectic task for an online store owner, but WooCommerce offers a simple solution in the form of various Account Settings. You won't believe how easy it is. Let's see how you can configure these Accounts Settings.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Easy Digital Downloads: Style SettingsEdd
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    It is extremely important for you as a digital store owner that your website should be styled well, yet user-friendly. This combination is difficult to achieve, but EDD has solved this problem, and now styling your store is a matter of few clicks. In this tutorial I will discuss the EDD settings for Styles.Read More…
  • Magento
    Create a Custom Payment Method Module in Magento: Part TwoMagento
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    In this series, we're working on how to create a custom payment method extension in Magento. In the first part, we created a basic back­-end configuration for our custom payment method. We created a basic module, and we'll extend it in this article. Today, we'll see how to list our custom payment method in the front­-end checkout process and save custom fields related to our custom payment method along with other order information.Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Shipping Settings Part 4Woocommerce
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    In the previous beginners guide I explained half of the Shipping settings. Today I'll be guiding you people about how to configure the two remaining options termed as Local Delivery and Local Pickups. So, let's get to it.Read More…
  • jQuery
    Why Is jQuery Undefined?Jquery undefined
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    As frustrating as it can be to learn something new, hit a roadblock and then have to repeat it a little bit further down the line, the silver lining is that the chances are that your problems have been solved by someone else. And that's exactly what we're going to be covering in this tutorial. Specifically, we're going to be talking about the problem when you receive the error message: "Uncaught ReferenceError: jQuery is undefined".Read More…
  • WordPress
    Creating a List of Posts With the Same Categories as the Current OneCreating list of posts in same category as current post preview
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    Related posts plugins are great, but sometimes you want a bit more control over what's displayed. Here I'll show you how to display a list of posts with the same categories as the current one, and give you tips on how to use this technique with tags and taxonomy terms.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Toolbox of the Smart WordPress Developer: The WordPress Plugin BoilerplateWordpress toolbox
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    In this part of the "Toolbox of the Smart WordPress Developer" series, we're going to go through the WordPress Plugin Boilerplate, a tool to make better plugins.Read More…
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