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If you have decided that you want to become an SEO Reseller, you should know that you will have a lot of work ahead of you. To become an SEO Reseller, you will need to understand that it is not as easy as just picking one area and becoming a master of it. There are...
When building a website with a CMS, flexibility is always welcome. Thankfully, WordPress has more than its share, with themes and plugins that allow us to create a highly-custom experience.... The post Creating a Custom User Role in WordPress appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Overview CS-Cart Modified Category Menu add-on allows an admin to add a menu bar containing category details on the storefront with different background colors, font colors, heading background colors and can also add the menu list icon on the storefront with the help of the blocks on any page of the storefront as per the [...]
The true responsiveness of your website design is more than a framework that scales to each device, it also requires that typography adjusts to optimum readability as well. Responsive typography will adjust so that text elements also change size and scale on websites. While that's the technical answer, there's also a greater design approach that […]
Popular posts from PHPDeveloper.org for the past week:TutsPlus.com: Set Up Routing in PHP Applications Using the Symfony Routing Component Matt Sparks: I Want Scalar Objects in PHP Symfony Blog: The conference schedule for SymfonyLive London 2018 is out! Alejandro Celaya: Demonstrating the interoperability and decoupling of Zend Expressive Matthias Noback: Objects should be constructed in one go Laravel News: New Outer Array Functions Coming to PHP 7.3 Tomas Votruba: New in Statie 4.5: Twig Support Nikola Posa: Lazy loading services using Zend Service Manager Symfony Blog: SymfonyLive Berlin 2018 Call for Papers Robert Basic: Legacy code is 3rd party code Laravel News Podcast: Episode 65 - Jigsaws, Git tools, and Laravel development packages PHP.net: PHP 7.3.0alpha4 Released Matthew Weier O'Phinney: Notes on GraphQL
In honor of the movie release of Logan, based on one of the most popular comics of all time, I’ve decided to put together a
Writing CSS has probably never been more fun and exciting than it is today. In this post we'll take a look at common problems and use cases we all have to face in our work and how to solve them with modern CSS. If you're interested, we've also just recently covered [CSS auditing tools](https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2021/03/css-auditing-tools/), [CSS generators](https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2021/03/css-generators/), [front-end boilerplates](https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2021/06/useful-frontend-boilerplates-starter-kits/) and [VS code extensions](https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2021/05/useful-vs-code-extensions-web-developers/) — you might find them useful, too.
It's Friday again, and I found some interesting articles for you to read over the upcoming weekend. In projects, developer, manager and product leaders still try to put pressure on the people who work on a task. Somehow they feel relieved, more secure if they do that. On the other hand, the people experiencing the pressure of urgency are struggling massively with it. The fallacy here is that while the ones spreading the pressure feel better, the people experiencing it usually do a worse job than without the pressure. It leads to more bugs, unstructured work and, in the end, all people involved will suffer from the result. So instead, a team, which includes everyone from a developer to a manager, should focus on the purpose of the work. Give it a try, y'all, and now, enjoy your weekend!The post Web Development Reading List #125: The Fallacy Of Urgency And Building A Modern Theme Switcher appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:StarTutorial.com: Understanding Design Patterns - Singleton php[architect]: April 2018 Issue Release - Testing In Practice Sameer Borate: How to profile and debug MySQL queries for speed Tomas Votruba: New in Coding Standard 4: Long Line Breaks Automated and 3 Legacy Prevention Fixers Adnan Ahmed: Modern Backend Developer in 2018 Tomas Votruba: 4 Ways to Speedup Your Symfony Development with PackageBuilder Laravel News: Laravel Live UK (2018) Mark Baker: Discharging Static #2 Laravel News: Laravel Route Tips to Improve Your Routing Leonid Mamchenkov: Awesome list of Important Podcasts for software engineers Sameer Borate: Unpacking binary data in PHP Matthias Noback: Mocking the network Laravel News: Learn to Create an RSS Feed from Scratch in Laravel
A few weeks ago, Vitaly Friedman (co-founder of this little magazine) and I had the pleasure to join Mozilla's Developer Roadshow, traveling through four countries in Southeast Asia in just two weeks. We visited cities that are buzzing with life and met people who share our passion for the web. Our mission: To get up close with the Southeast Asian web community. We wanted to learn how different local communities are compared to Europe and the US.
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