Tag Archives: php

WordPress popularity is upsurging, due to the ease it provides website owners to manage and make minor edits in the site. Since working with WordPress is pretty easy even for a beginner or a non-tech savvy person, often novices don’t pay much attention to using the WordPress dashboard carefully. But it is important for them to understand that WP dashboard is the main control hub of the WordPress website.…

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As a seasoned Drupal developer you tend to accumulate a bunch of code snippets that you will usually use on most of your projects! Most of these are very simple but can be helpful to beginners when learning Drupal and diving into theme building! The first thing i do in every project is adjust my template file to allow me to create templates for my content types.…

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Samuel Levy has built a simple PHP blogging platform called BlogFile, it is one PHP file about 3000 lines and it includes all CSS and Javascript, the templating engine and the the MySQL install. His goal is a simple blogging platform with no images and no fancy plugins and extra users, you are able to add your own styling and template by modifying the top portion of the single php file.…

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I have been developing Wordpress themes for about 3 years now and there are a few snippets I use in every theme I build and some that I have used only a handful of times. They have come in handy and have saved my rear end countless times when a client wants something completely custom and the normal Wordpress functionality can’t give that to me…

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Having spent the last several months working with Drupal trying to comb through their documentation, which is feat in itself, and where adding image styles is as simple as using the configuration panel, going back to Wordpress isn’t as easy as riding a bike. Every Web Designer, or Developer, is always looking for a way to speed up development; which is why we use frameworks and cheat sheets.…

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