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PHP » Content Management Systems — about 6 years ago
In this tutorial we are going to investigate how you can use this table to add new custom fields to a user profile.
PHP » Image Manipulation — almost 7 years ago
A common feature that you will across in websites is the ability to resize an image to fit an exact size so that it will displayed correctly on your design. If you have a very large image and you are going to place it on your website in a space that is only 100px x 100px then you will want to be able to resize this image to fit in the space. One option is to just set the width and height attributes on the image tag in your HTML, this will force the image to be displayed at this size.
CSS » Basics — almost 7 years ago
Here is a technique about how you can absolute center position an element on the horizontal and vertical in CSS.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 7 years ago — reviewed, not listed
To define a new custom post type you need to use the function register_post_type(). This function takes 2 parameters the first being the new name for the post type and the second being a list of arguments to define the behaviour for the post type.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 7 years ago — reviewed, not listed
First we start off by adding the new column to the list, for this we use the WordPress filter manage_edit-post_columns. This will allow you to edit the output of the columns by adding new values to the column array. The callback function on this filter will pass in one parameter which are the current columns on the list, the return of this function will be the new columns on the post table. This means that we can add additional values to the array to add extra columns to the table.
PHP » Basics — about 7 years ago — reviewed, not listed
Displaying your email address on your web page makes it very easy for your visitors to store this and send you email, but you will need to get around the spam bot problem to do this you will need to HTML encode your email address.
PHP » Basics — about 7 years ago — reviewed, not listed
PHP namespaces was introduced in version 5.3. Namespaces is a way of group classes together into virtual directories, the main reason we would want to do this is to help avoid collision of class names in your application.
PHP » Object Oriented Programming — about 7 years ago — reviewed, not listed
With unit tests you can check that your code behaviours just as you expect it to. When writing your unit tests you shouldn't need to worry about if any other area of the application is working correctly.
JavaScript » Basics — about 7 years ago — reviewed, not listed
Gridster will allow you to create a drag and drop multi-column grid. All the layout of the grid is taken care of by the plugin, all you have to do is define how many rows and columns each box will spread across. Then define the height and width of a single box and the plugin will work out how big each box has to be.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 7 years ago
If you are new to WordPress then you might be used to visiting the help tab in the top right corner of the page. This is a tab that can be customised on any page in the admin area and should give your users enough information to use the page correctly. Here is a picture of the help tab on the post page, it will explain exactly what the default fields are on the post screen. It explains what the title textbox will do and how to use the post editor.
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