Developer web
2.9K views | +0 today
Follow
Developer web
tips developer we - php, jquery, mysql, javascript
Curated by Gisele Brugger
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

Ativar o modo de manutenção do WordPress sem um plug-in | Marco Andrei Kichalowsky

Ativar o modo de manutenção do WordPress sem um plug-in | Marco Andrei Kichalowsky | Developer web | Scoop.it
Saiba como usar a função interna que é acionada sempre que fazemos as atualizações rotineiras de plug-ins e temas.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

Ampliflix #39 - [Google Chrome] Você Mais Produtivo com as Extensões —

As extensões do Chrome vivem dando uma ajuda extra para nossa vida corrida. Esta é a nossa segunda lista do ano depois do sucesso do Ampliflix 34  em que compartilhamos nossas extensões queridinhas. E esta curadoria foi feita por nosso rede, que nos trouxe tesouros digitais muitas vezes desconhecido
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

Somar Dias em Datas - 4Devs

Ferramenta online para somar dias em uma data, basta selecionar a data, digitar quantos dias e pronto!
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

TomTicket - Sistema de Help Desk e Atendimento Online Gratuito

TomTicket - Sistema de Help Desk e Atendimento Online Gratuito | Developer web | Scoop.it
O TomTicket é um sistema especializado no gerenciamento de chamados de help desk e chat/atendimento online, para que você possa disponibiliza-lo em seu site.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

A segurança necessária para o banco de dados do WordPress -

A segurança necessária para o banco de dados do WordPress - | Developer web | Scoop.it
Neste artigo, o autor fala sobre a segurança necessária para o banco de dados do WordPress.
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Gisele Brugger from Cibereducação
Scoop.it!

How to Choose the Right Color Schemes for Your Ecommerce Shop

How to Choose the Right Color Schemes for Your Ecommerce Shop | Developer web | Scoop.it
It seems crazy, doesn’t it? Something as abstract as color can influence the decisions people make. I’m not just talkin

Via malek, Luciana Viter
more...
malek's curator insight, August 26, 2017 5:51 AM
  • In one sentence, express who you are, what you do, and whom you do it for.
  • Think about one word that describes your ideal customer.
  • How about one word that describes your brand?
  • Decide how you want people to feel about your business.
  • What problem do you solve for customers and how do they feel after it’s been solved?
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

jquery - How do I convert special UTF-8 chars to their iso-8859-1 equivalent using javascript? - Stack Overflow

jquery - How do I convert special UTF-8 chars to their iso-8859-1 equivalent using javascript? - Stack Overflow | Developer web | Scoop.it
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

Publicações incorporadas - Plug-ins Sociais - Documentação - Facebook para Desenvolvedores

Publicações incorporadas - Plug-ins Sociais - Documentação - Facebook para Desenvolvedores | Developer web | Scoop.it
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

Teste a velocidade e o desempenho do seu website para dispositivos móveis - Think With Google

Realize um teste de velocidade do website para dispositivos móveis com a ferramenta Test My Site e receba recomendações para melhorar o desempenho do seu website em todos os dispositivos.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

How to motivate students to collaborate & create question bank for practice using Student Quiz plugin #Moodleplugins

How to motivate students to collaborate & create question bank for practice using Student Quiz plugin #Moodleplugins | Developer web | Scoop.it
How to motivate students to create good questions?

Students can see the questions created by others and practice through them, they can also rate and comment on questions while working through the quizzes.Students will get the points for the following activities in Student Quiz:

Adding a questions (default: 10 points)
Average of stars received for a question (default: 2 points)
Each correct answer (default: 2 points)
Each wrong answer (default: 0 points)
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

Ideal Image Size in WordPress Themes Slider - MAGEEWP

Ideal Image Size in WordPress Themes Slider - MAGEEWP | Developer web | Scoop.it
About our wordpress themes’ slider, “What ideal size should my images be?” It’s always a tricky question to answer, because it really depends on how you plan to use the slider. But here’s some information that should help you decide what image sizes are best: 1. Very large image = large file size = long loading times. Keep your images “web friendly”. This means images that are below 1920×1200 in size, and use Photoshop’s “Save for Web” option to reduce file size as much as possible without sacrificing image quality.   2. Don’t use images larger than they need to be. If you’re using “Auto Responsive”, and the slider is placed inside a boxed container within your site, and the slider’s width never increases larger than 1200px, your image’s original width should be no larger than 1200px.   3. Images will always scale based on the slider’s “Grid Width” and “Grid Height” ratio.   If our slider will never scale past 1200px, as shown in #2 above, here’s the mathematical equation for how images will be resized: Image Width = Slider Width Image Height = Grid Height * (Slider Width / Grid Width) Based on the above equation, if your slider’s actual width is 1200px (the width of the slider when displayed on your web page), with an image size of 1000×500, and a “Grid Width” and “Grid Height” of 1000×500, the image would be resized to 1200×600. A common question once images are resized is: “Why are my images being cropped and some portions of the image can’t be seen?” The answer is based on the math equation above. Unless the image’s original size is equal the the slider’s “Grid Width” and “Grid Height”, the image will need to be stretched and cropped. To avoid this, set your slider’s “Grid Width” and “Grid Height” to equal the exact size of your image’s original size. 4.There is no concept of “per inch” in a web layout. So PPI (pixels per inch) and DPI (dots per inch) are not relevant when editing your photos for your blog, even though they may be available as options in your software.  The 3 images below are saved at different PPIs, but you can see there is no difference in picture quality! An image at 600 pixels wide by 400 pixels in height will have the same file size regardless of what the PPI is set to.  This image will have 240000 pixels of information, and that’s what determines the file size.  However, an image at 800×600 will have a larger file size than one at 600×400 because it contains 480000 pixels of information.  Since the larger image contains more data and the file is larger, this will slow down your page load time. The 3 images above are all 102 KB in size. 5.PPI and DPI are not relevant to web displays, but they are important when creating printables. Images that are meant to be downloaded and printed should be created at 300 PPI. If you download the photos above and try to print them, you’ll see they print at different sizes, with the 1000 PPI image printing at under 1 inch wide. 6.Do not scale your photos too small Wordpress themes will try to re-enlarge them for display on your blog, as this will result in pixelation and blurriness. 7.Appropriate way to use the tags to adjust display size WordPress stores multiple copies of your uploaded images in different sizes – a thumbnail, a medium copy and a full size copy – and they are different in file size.  If you need to display an image at a particular size, pick the smallest copy that is the same or larger than your desired display size, and use the tags to adjust display size.  To display an image at 400 pixels wide, use the full size copy and shrink down to fit – do not enlarge the medium copy, as that will result in pixelation or blurriness 8.Make all edits on your original photo Do this prior to scaling/cropping/compressing so you’re working with all of your data. A example for understanding the nature of full-screen images We’ll pretend the image below is our computer monitor.   And this is the image we want to use full screen Problem is, the image of the woman is not the same size as our computer monitor. So what are our options? Technically we could just resize the image to the same size as our monitor. But because the original image and our monitor are two different size ratios, we’d have to severely distort the image to accomplish this, and it would end up looking like this: Obviously the above result is a bad solution. How can we avoid image distortion? One way is to use the “cropping” method. Here’s an example: The above example covers the entire screen, but as you can see, it also crops, or cuts off a large portion of the image. So how can we display the entire image without distorting it and without cropping it either? By resizing the image so it fills as much of the screen as possible, while making sure no portion of it is cropped. Here’s the result: As you can see, the above example creates white space on the sides of the image. So how can you display a full-screen image without distorting it, without cropping it, and without creating white space? Technically, you could just make the image the same exact size as your computer monitor, but because there are so many different monitor sizes, that isn’t the greatest solution. Instead, you’ll have to decide which one of the above examples is best for your project: Distort the image: almost always a bad choice Crop the image: a good choice when you want to avoid “white space” Fit without cropping: usually creates “white space”, but a good choice when showing the entire image is most important
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

Wordfence Security

Wordfence Security | Developer web | Scoop.it
Secure your website with the most comprehensive WordPress security plugin. Firewall, malware scan, blocking, live traffic, login security & more.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

Resizer - Material Design

Resizer - Material Design | Developer web | Scoop.it
An interactive viewer to see and test how digital products respond to material design breakpoints across desktop, mobile and tablet.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

SSL Server Test (Powered by Qualys SSL Labs)

A comprehensive free SSL test for your public web servers.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

Unix Timestamp Converter

Easy epoch/Unix timestamp converter for computer programmers. Includes epoch explanation and conversion syntax in various programming languages.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

Wordpress URL Update Generator

Wordpress URL Update Generator | Developer web | Scoop.it
This project generates a MySQL Query to update URLs on the database when you deploy your application
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

Responsive web design tool, CMS, and hosting platform | Webflow

Responsive web design tool, CMS, and hosting platform | Webflow | Developer web | Scoop.it
Build responsive websites in your browser, then host with us or export your code to host wherever. Discover the professional website builder made for designers.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

eLearning Authoring Software & Screencast Video Editor

eLearning Authoring Software & Screencast Video Editor | Developer web | Scoop.it
ActivePresenter is a rapid elearning authoring software. It has all the tools needed to record screen, edit screencast videos & HTML5 elearning contents.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

Guia de segurança e otimização no WordPress - Optra Security Blog

Guia de segurança e otimização no WordPress - Optra Security Blog | Developer web | Scoop.it
Segundo o W3Techs, 27.4% dos sites da Internet rodam WordPress. O WordPress é o CMS (Content Management System) mais popula
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

15 fantásticos comandos SQL para WordPress | desenvolvimento para web

15 fantásticos comandos SQL para WordPress | desenvolvimento para web | Developer web | Scoop.it
Comandos SQL para WordPress para ajudar com questões do dia-a-dia do trabalho com WP
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

Learn CSS Grid - A Guide to Learning CSS Grid Layout

Learn CSS Grid - A Guide to Learning CSS Grid Layout | Developer web | Scoop.it
A comprehensive guide to help you understand and learn CSS Grid Layout, by Jonathan Suh.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Gisele Brugger
Scoop.it!

Customize WordPress Login Page

Customize Your WordPress Login Screen Amazingly - Add Own Logo, Add Social Profiles, Login Form Positions, Background Image Slide Show
more...
No comment yet.