If you're running any type of business online, it's a good idea to get your clients' opinions on what they thought about the services you provided.
First of all, this can benefit you by giving you feedback on how you can improve aspects of your business, but most of all, it can give you great testimonials, which can help to persuade potential clients to use your services. | Difficulty: Intermediate; Tags: Plugins, WordPress, PHP
We have covered CSS3 Box Sizing in a previous article. Box Sizing, with the value of border-box, allows us to retain the element width and height, regardless of the additional padding and border it has. This makes measuring and defining element size easier. However, CSS3 Box Sizing would not function ... Continue reading »
In this post, we’ll talk about “patched” malicious premium plugins. We’ll talk about what they do, how they work, and about websites that build their businesses around stolen WordPress themes and plugins.
A helpful feature of WordPress is the way it generates classes and IDs. Some of these are generated by the system itself, while in other cases you insert some PHP in your theme and WordPress uses that to add classes and IDs to the page markup. | Tags: Creative Coding, WordPress, Wordpress, CSS
Wordpress est un CMS au poil quand on veut se monter un petit site sympa avec plein de fonctionnalités cools. Seulement voilà, au bout d'un moment, Wordpress s'alourdit, s'encroute et commence à faire ramer MySQL, entrainant une charge serveur importante et provoquant un bouchon côté Apache (ou Nginx ou peu…
Over the past couple of years, CSS has gotten a set of new properties that allow us to create quite advanced graphical effects right in the browsers, using a few lines of code, and without having to resort to graphics editors to achieve those effects. If you are like me, then that sounds like music
Nicolas Biéva's insight:
Un article très complet. Une bonne référence (parmi d'autres... )
Comme je l’ai dit, j’apprécie sincèrement les avantages que procurent les pré-processeurs lors de la phase de développement (surtout les variables et quelques mixins/extends), mais je n’aime pas devoir écrire dans un langage qui est un détournement de CSS, non standard, bref : un hack.
Nicolas Biéva's insight:
Un article intéressant de Raphaël Goetter à propos des post-processeurs CSS. Très clair, l'article fait référence entre autres à l'article de Vincent De Oliveira à ce même propos (http://iamvdo.me/blog/les-postprocesseurs-css) Image: @iamvdo
Visual hierarchy is one of the most important principles behind effective web design. This article will examine why developing a visual hierarchy is crucial on the web, the theory behind it, and how you can use some very basic exercises in your own designs to put these principles into practice. | Tags: Design Theory
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