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WordPress is the simplest, most popular way to create your own website or blog. In fact, WordPress powers 38.8% of all the websites on the internet. It means more than one in a four that we visit are likely powered by WordPress. On a slightly more technical level, WordPress is open-source content management which means anyone can use it free without any cost or charges. Basically, content management is a tool that helps you to manage important parts of your websites in a very good manner-like content. In WordPress, there is no need to learn about programming. Mostly we know … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
How do organizations like Google and Microsoft manage to update their every product in just a week or two while other firms take a few months or even years? Software project management is a complicated sphere. There is a myriad of procedures, methodologies, and practices that differ not just within industries or companies but across … Continue reading What is Agile Methodology, and Why Should You Embrace it for Software Development? →
Video is the future of content marketing. 64% of marketers expect that video is going to dominate the content marketing strategies in the near future. If you've not been to video marketing yet, now is the right time to get started with it. As more and more brands are spending a significant investment on video marketing, it became harder to differentiate from the crowd and grab the attention of the end users. However, if you're just getting started to video marketing, there are a lot of successful examples to get inspired from. In this post, let us look at various … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Many angular and react project is running on Protractor Testing Framework, however, Protractor has recently announced the end of support 2022. Also, there are many users who want to explore Cypress End to End Test Automation Framework, This article explains and answers the most common question while exploring Cypress Test Automation Framework. The Protractor is dying!!! Google announced the protractor end of support/development. 'The Angular team plans to end development of Protractor at the end of 2022 (in conjunction with Angular v15).' So protractor users left with no other option than to migrate their test cases Since Protractor announced the end of life now everyone has only one question, What is the best alternative to the protractor end-to-end testing? Can Cypress Automation tool replace the Protractor or should we consider other tools?
When it comes to marketing in the digital realm, there needs to be a perfect blend of technology and creativity. In days gone by it
Adobe has released a fix for the file deletion problem that had surfaced with the last update of Adobe Creative Cloud, and users are encouraged to install the fix at the earliest, in order to prevent loss of crucial files. Last week, following the updated release of Adobe Creative Cloud version 184.108.40.206, users encountered a weird and serious problem: Creative Cloud was deleting folders located in root folders on Mac machines, sans any authorization. While it was initially thought to be a problem limited only to users of online backup service Backblaze, it was soon discovered that this file deletion bug had put virtually all users of the latest CC version at risk. Adobe soon became aware of the issue, but only after repeated reports from different customers and online publications. The file deletion problem existed only in version 220.127.116.11, and users who had not updated to this build were safe. Plus, the bug was in effect only after you launched Creative Cloud, and the file deletion in the root directory seemed to be done in an alphabetical manner. The fix has since been released, and version 18.104.22.168 is now available for immediate download. To quote the release notes: Fixed […]* You might also be interested in the following articlesAdobe Announces Updates for Muse and Animate CCInfinit.io is a Dropbox Without the CloudAdobe Stock: The Best Stock Photo Provider (Not Only) For Creative…Adobe Portfolio: New Website Builder for CreativesAdobe Lightroom Mobile: Image Processing on the Go (including Android)A Life Without Adobe: Possible, but Pointless (IMHO)
PrestaShop Sticky Cart module helps shop owners to show a product details bar on the product page of the shop. The sticky cart bar shows the product name, image, price, attributes & the add to cart button. It will help to increase the user’s convenience. One thing to note is that the sticky cart starts [...]
I ran into this interesting issue where my System PATH environment variables got out of order. I ran "dotnet --version" and saw an error I'd not seen before. Dotnet "Could not execute because the application was not found or a compatible .NET SDK is not installed." What's that? How did I diagnose this? From the command prompt, I typed "where dotnet" to ask cmd.exe "which dotnet.exe are you offering me and in what order?" You would use the which command in Linux, the where command in DOS, and the more explicit where.exe dotnet on PowerShell. Here I can see that Program Files (x86) has a dotnet.exe that is FIRST in the Path before the x64 version I expected. Digging into GitHub I can see that the bug has been fixed but it's good to know how things get into a weird state and how easy it is to fix. In this case, I just swapped (or removed) the x86 and x64 (native architecture) paths in my System PATH via the environment variables UI in Windows. Just type Start and Environment Variables, click it, and then Double Click (or Edit) the PATH variable for a nice UI experience. You can even "move up and move down" within that UI - far nicer than editing a text file. This can happen when you install a 32-bit .NET SDK on a 64-bit system and the last one in wins. In my case, I don't need a 32-bit host at all in my PATH so I ended up just removing it from my PATH completely. Hope this helps you if you hit it and glad it's fixed. Sponsor: YugabyteDB is a distributed SQL database designed for resilience and scale. It is 100% open source, PostgreSQL-compatible, enterprise-grade, and runs across all clouds. Sign up and get a free t-shirt!(C) 2021 Scott Hanselman. All rights reserved.
I recently wrote a very basic Sass loop that outputs several padding and margin utility classes. Nothing fancy, really, just a Sass map with 11 spacing values, looped over to create classes for both padding and margin on each side. … The post Efficient Infinite Utility Helpers Using Inline CSS Custom Properties and calc() appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
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