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Here’s a radical text effect from Mary Lou over at Codrops. It’s a great CSS trailing title effect seen in old 80’s movies and inspired by the animation seen in the Dribbble shot Abstract is hiring. Important: This effect uses experimental modern CSS properties that might not be supported in older browsers. Demo Download Codrop’s … Read article
Creating a WordPress plugin where you need to create templates that can be overridden by the theme? Learn how to build a template loading system similar to WooCommerce allowing you to do just that!
So you’re a front-end web developer? If so, you probably spend a good portion of your day writing a lot of CSS. I remember those days of copying and pasting over and over again, racking your brain remembering the various vender prefixes, trying to ensure your website is cross-browser compatible, all while doing your best … Read article
The HTML5 Geolocation API is a powerful tool that allows developers to retrieve a user’s location information with a high degree of accuracy. Get and keep track of your users — with their consent of course.
Need to override something in Drupal? Welcome to Drupal preprocess and process functions — your variable override headquarters. Here’s a simple explanation of what they are and how to use them.
Boost the performance of your Drupal 7 website, improve usability and help with SEO by making content load via AJAX in just a few steps. Drupal AJAX is a cinch to implement—as it should be since core is loaded with it. In just a few of steps I’ll show you how to use jQuery and … Read article
A feature I regularly use in WordPress development are shortcodes. I needed the same functionality in Drupal. Like most things I’ve found with Drupal, it’s not as easy or clear on how to go about it. No need to fret though, I’ll walk you through how to get ahead of the learning curve and easily create custom tokens.
I recently received a message from a local Austin computer technician, Sergio Garcia. His question is a common one among business owners looking for a quick and easy solution to setup and mange their new sites, which is better, WordPress or Drupal. Hey I just have a quick question, I fix computers in the South … Read article
I was recently working on a WP site that required AJAX functionality on the frontend. Having implemented WordPress AJAX for my Book It! Transportation plugin on the backend, I figured it would be a cinch. Come to find out, it required a little more work to accomplish.
Jo Mor’s portfolio site is a super-slick, scrolling experience with lots of beautiful details.
Wondering how to style an active Shopify menu link? Styling Shopify active links with the link.active property with a linklist is a cinch.
[dropcap type=”v2″]H[/dropcap]ave you heard? No, bird is not the word, it’s CSS4. It’s starting to become a hot topic around the web development water cooler. Some of you may be thinking, Great, just when I started to get the hang of CSS3! Well, if it helps any, technically there is no such thing as CSS4. … Read article