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Worldwide, nearly 48 percent of all websites are vulnerable to cross-site scripting (XSS). Worldwide, almost exactly 25 percent of all websites utilize the WordPress platform. It follows that in the Venn diagram of websites that are vulnerable to XSS and websites running the WordPress platform, the overlap must be quite large. This isn't a knock on the platform itself. The WordPress team has made security into an integral part of its mission statement and aggressively patches vulnerabilities whenever they become known.Yet this doesn't stop people from coding insecure themes or installing insecure plugins. These problems are the two primary entryways … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Whether you're designing a unique website background, a poster, sketch, or creating an artistic photo composition, using a watercolor Photoshop action can make your design stand out from the crowd. A watercolor effect it's not an easy effect to master when created from scratch. It takes a lot of work, time, and skill to achieve […]
Tired of implementing growth hacking strategies? In this post, I will share a strategy that will help you reach out to important prospects and stakeholders of companies you want to target. Selling to companies with multiple decision-makers seems difficult, but this strategy will make your job easier. Let's say your company has built a product...
What's hot in graphic design? One of the things people always want to talk to me about is graphic design trends. Here's preview of what's going to be hot in the coming year. It's such an interesting topic because there are trends that change slowly over time - just look at the long evolution of […]
Jason McCreary, creator of the Laravel Shift service that makes it easier to upgrade your Laravel code to new versions, has a new post to his site where he shares Laravel "by the numbers", some statistics based on the use of the service. I had the privilege to speak at Laracon again this year. The last Laracon talk I gave, Practicing YAGNI, is one I am most proud of. Initially, I wanted to do a continuation on this topic. But there were some other talks on related topics. So I thought, "what can I talk about that's unique to me". The answer was Laravel Shift. As the creator of Shift I have a unique insight into Laravel apps. I'm super sensitive about sounding salesy. I don't want to talk about Shift itself. I want to talk about the data derived from Shift. The statistics are based on around 8500 Laravel applications currently using the service. He shares the results for: Most popular Laravel version Most popular packages Most changed file(s) Custom namespacing Along with these basic numbers, he also shares information about project structures, inheritance injection, facade "abuse", queries in views (using models) and many others. Check out the full post for details on these and other results.
Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:TutsPlus.com: Set Up an OAuth2 Server Using Passport in Laravel TutsPlus.com: Boost Your Website Performance With PhpFastCache Laravel News: PHP in 2018 Thomas Vortuba: How to Migrate From PHP_CodeSniffer to EasyCodingStandard in 7 Steps Matthieu Napoli: Serverless Laravel PHP.net: PHP 7.3.0 alpha 1 Released
Ah, networking. Every creative freelancer’s favorite thing ever. Going out to events, shaking hands, plastering on a fake smile, getting paper cuts from passing out hundreds of business cards, dodging... The post Networking For Designers 101: How To Network Properly appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
There's an art to crafting the perfect email newsletter design. It's a combination of visual presentation and just the right words. It's delivering quality content in a way that resonates with subscribers and generates opens so that your messages avoid the spam box. A few email design best practices can help you find inbox success […]
Douglas Crockford famously declared browsers to be "the most hostile software engineering environment imaginable," and that wasn't hyperbole. Ensuring that our websites work across a myriad of different devices, screen sizes and browsers our users depend on to access the web is a tall order, but it's necessary. If our websites don't enable users to accomplish the key tasks they come to do, we've failed them. We should do everything in our power to ensure our websites function under even the harshest of scenarios, but at the same, we can't expect our users to have the exact same experience in every browser, on every device.The post When Your Code Has To Work: Complying With Legal Mandates appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
SEO has gained an inevitable significance in this digital era. No matter what industry you are in, ignoring your online presence means you are shutting down a plethora of opportunities. E-commerce SEO has helped so many businesses boost their ROI and attract relevant leads. Whether it is a plumbing agency, a real estate agent, or...
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