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WordPress plugins allow you to easily modify and enhance your blog by bringing new functionality not otherwise available in the base code. Using plugins works more effectively than trying to modify the overall core programming that makes...
Mozilla's Firefox has been slowly losing market share since its peak in mid-2009. Prior to the establishment of Google's Chrome, Firefox was the only real alternative to the much despised Internet Explorer. Its market share has been radically...
The one ECMAScript it's still okay to like, JavaScript has in recent years shrugged off its 'under-powered', 'bloated' and 'incomplete' labels and grown into the universal go-to solution for front-end scripting. Go to your drawer and pull...
The success of a business often depends on how easy the shopping mechanism is for the end user. Whether you are selling goods online, or in a conventional store, at the end of it all the payment system has to be hassle-free and easy to use, otherwise...
jQuery is the largest open source, cross-browser, CSS3 compliant, JavaScript library around and it has made client-side scripting a breeze. The syntax is simple and jQuery can produce beautiful almost Flash-like animations. Unlike Flash,...
Concrete5 entered the CMS scene in 2008, and since then has been making solid headway to becoming one of the premier go-to web publishing platforms available today. Getting started with Concrete5 is really quick and easy, and many hosting...
The evolution of WordPress from a blogging platform into a fully-fledged CMS, simultaneously turns it into a solid framework for developers to build outstanding projects and applications upon. The WordPress core, powers not only the users'...
By nature, the web is a chaotic place where people hop from page to page at will. Unfortunately, this freedom can work against those websites whose content is best followed in a certain order. Design techniques make it possible to direct users...
Many web site builders shy away from the MODX CMS because they think (or have heard) that it's primarily for developers who are skilled at PHP and JavaScript coding. While MODX has powerful components for skilled coders to use, there are many...
Today I am going to share a trendy functionality which I have been implementing in my projects for a while now. I call it "FoxyComplete" and what is does is fetch clickable search results along with images either automatically scraped from the...
It's time to welcome a new member to the WebdesignerDepot family of sites! Say hello to DeveloperDrive.com, our brand new blog dealing with web development. We've been in beta for a little while so you may have bumped into it already, but if you...
Today I'm going to talk to you about setting up a local server to use with WordPress.  Using a local server is important for many reasons, if only to keep you from having to upload and download your files all the time.  Anytime we need to make changes,...
Whether you’re developing WordPress themes for yourself, for a client, or to sell commercially, having the ability to customize aspects of your theme via the WordPress control panel makes your theme infinitely flexible and many times...
We have a fantastic freebie to download today from Pixeden, a one stop place for great tools for the modern design. Released first and exclusively on WDD, it's an infographic vector kit, with the most used elements that you may need for your infographic...