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Need help picking a color palette? Check out this superb color palette generator that creates true working color schemes using a base color. Just select your primary, it’ll do the rest & even provide a UI kit!
Mozscape’s API is a little daunting to use with the amount of valuable information it can offer. Here’s a simple PHP class that allows you to easily access your site’s SEO metrics using the Mozscape API. A major benefit to the Mozscape API PHP Class is the ability to return detailed information on the response … Read article
Why should your users prove that they’re humans by filling out captchas? Let bots prove they’re not bots with the WordPress Zero Spam plugin. WordPress Zero Spam blocks registration spam and spam in comments automatically without any additional config or setup. Just install, activate, and enjoy a spam-free site. Zero Spam was initially built based…
Wondering how to style an active Shopify menu link? Styling Shopify active links with the link.active property with a linklist is a cinch.
Sketch may be the new go-to for web design, but there’s still a lot of dino-designers out there using Photoshop. This post is for those devs who need to convert letter tracking values to Photoshop letter spacing in CSS.
You made the switch from drush to drupal console, but now pulling your hair out because none of the drush commands work using drupal. Spare your follicles and use this list of Drupal 8 console commands.
Here’s a quick API script I put together to help monitor my stocks. It’s a PHP Stock Market API that uses the Yahoo! Finance API and allows you to retrieve up to 20 current data points for a particular symbol. It’s simple to use and doesn’t require any knowledge on how to implement or use the Yahoo! Finance API.
If you haven’t already guessed, I’m a huge fan of WordPress. Having worked with both Drupal and WP, hands down I’d pick WordPress over Drupal any day. Though WordPress is a powerful CMS, there are some limitations that I hate to say, Drupal makes a little easier to overcome. But, if you’re a developer like myself, those limitations can be tackled with a little coding.
Have a few menus on your site & looking for a quick way to add or change the menu classes and attributes? Use the
Connecting to MySQL with PHP is a common among developers. Without a proper connection, your site performance and security could suffer. Learn how to setup & run queries with a PHP MySQL connection, the right way!
This is a cool feature. You can mark files as “yes, I know this is tracked by Git, but I don’t want my changes committed.” For example, there’s a config file that’s checked in. You need to make local edits to test with. However, you often accidentally commit those changes (you forget). But you could … Read article
Often I sync local WordPress sites with remote ones. There’s various — freemium — plugins that do this, but instead of adding bloat & spammy third-party plugin ads I wanted a simple, one-command solution. Shell to the rescue! Here’s a simple script that syncs your local database & uploads directory with your remote — and stores backups!
A while back, I built an app for a client that displays real-time tweets based on several filters. The requirements were simple, “We want to display real-time tweets on TV screens within our offices as sort of a billboard.” — that’s when Twitscreen was born. I originally built it using jQuery. See Demo Fork on…