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HTML » Basics — about 5 years ago
Normally telephone numbers are adding to web pages as just static text of digits which doesn't offer any interaction to your visitors. With more and more people using the internet on their mobile it's time to change your telephone numbers to clickable areas to call the number directly from your mobile phone.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 5 years ago
The default text editor in WordPress is TinyMce, with this you get lots of additional features. It allows your content authors to change anything they want with the content they are creating.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 5 years ago
When your server returns a 404 this needs to be handled so that your not just displaying the default browser page. Normally this will be done with htaccess by detecting a 404 error and redirecting the user to your own 404 page.
CSS » Basics — about 5 years ago
In this post we are going to look at one of my favourite features of the bootstrap...alert boxes. These are perfect to display a small message on the screen for different scenarios.
CSS » Advanced Concepts — about 5 years ago
Things like box shadow and color gradients are now so easy to do in CSS that you don't even need photoshop anymore. Here is another CSS property that you might not realise existed but it's another effect you would normally do in Photoshop and that's adding a stroke around text, just by using the CSS property text-stroke. Currently this property is only supported on webkit so it will only work on Chrome or Safari, and you can only use it by prefixing the property with -webkit-.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 5 years ago
One of the useful scripts in this list is the jQuery UI features. In this tutorial you will learn how to add a field in WordPress which uses this jQuery UI to create a field which is a date picker.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 5 years ago
In a previous tutorial you would of learnt how you can create your own theme options page using the Settings API. You might of also seen the tutorial about default WordPress scripts which come with the WordPress core. In this tutorial we are going to use both of these tutorials to create a colour picker on your theme options page using the default WordPress scripts.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 5 years ago
WordPress has a built in search functionality which allows your visitor to easily search for posts on the blog. It can search for keywords in the post title and in the post content.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 5 years ago
Some of the example pages mentioned were: Contact Us page, with validation. Full width content page An Archives page Here we are going to look into how we can create a page template which will display a random post from your blog. This is a good technique used to get your visitors to view your older content. If readers are new to your blog this will be a good page to send them so they can see a mix of your posts.
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 5 years ago
Now that WordPress has all the capabilities you need from a CMS, many people say that they want WordPress to stop acting like a blog platform and more like a CMS. There are lots of ways they can do this one is by making it easy in the admin screen to create custom post types, to easily be able to customise the data. Another way is to to remove the word posts from the admin screen and replace this with the word article, in this tutorial you will learn how to do exactly that.
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