3 COMMENTs
WordPress
Simon Codrington, Sep 16

Extend the Quick Edit Actions in the WordPress Dashboard

Simon Codrington covers extending the ‘Quick-Edit’ admin screen that provides a quick way to change the content of your posts, without the full post editor.
6 COMMENTs
Web
Ben Dickson, Sep 16

How to Protect Your Website Against SQL Injection Attacks

Ben Dickson covers what you need to know about SQL injection and how to protect your site against it.
15 COMMENTs
Design & UX
Alex Walker, Sep 16

The Great Prototyping Debate: Software vs Hand-coding

Visual prototyping tools are fast but lack the flexibility of hand-coded HTML prototypes. Why not both? Pingendo is a visual tool based on Bootstrap 4. 
2 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Guy Routledge, Sep 16

AtoZ CSS Quick Tip: Centering Elements with Float and Clear

This article is part of our AtoZ CSS Series where we explore CSS values (and properties) of each letter of the alphabet. Letter F is for Float and Clear.
1 COMMENT
Digital Marketing by WooRank
Greg Snow-Wasserman, Sep 15

Your Guide to Creating a Keyword Strategy

Your keyword strategy is an integral part of your digital marketing. Learn how to create and refine your keyword strategy to improve your SEO and traffic.
1 COMMENT
Java
Thorben Janssen, Sep 15

5 Reasons to Use JPA / Hibernate

JPA is a Java specification for object-relational mapping and Hibernate its most popular implementation. Here are five reasons to use them for persistence.
Entrepreneur
Joseph Ola, Sep 15

How to Build a Thriving Business in a World of Declining Attention Spans

Average human attention spans are falling even further every year. Joseph Ola looks at the effect on eCommerce and what you can do about it.
4 COMMENTs
PHP
Larry Garfield, Sep 15

The Past, Present and Future of the PHP-FIG

Larry Garfield, one of PHP-FIG's longest members, sheds a light on his perspective of things - the past, the current drama, and the way forward.
4 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Guy Routledge, Sep 15

AtoZ CSS Screencast: Float and Clear

Guy Routledge explores CSS values and properties from each letter of the alphabet in our AtoZ CSS Screencast Series. Letter F is for Float.
1 COMMENT
Digital Marketing by WooRank
Maria Lopez, Sep 14

Your Guide to App Store Optimization (ASO)

Follow our guide to app store optimization to help your app rank in the app store. Maximize your app’s downloads & engagement with ASO.
3 COMMENTs
WordPress
Joash Rajin, Sep 14

8 of the Most Popular WordPress Theme Frameworks in 2016

Joash Rajin covers 8 of the most popular WordPress theme frameworks including premium, paid options and also free WordPress frameworks.
1 COMMENT
Entrepreneur
Daniel Schwarz, Sep 14

Freelancer Mistakes: 5 Things You're Saying to Make Your Client Hate You

There are many stories about clients from hell online, but have you ever been a freelancer from hell? Daniel Schwarz explains five big mistakes we make.
9 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Julian Motz, Sep 14

Quick Tip: How to Declare Variables in Javascript

Julian Motz examines how variables are declared in JavaScript, and introduces the three different types of declaration and their uses.
2 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Maria Antonietta Perna, Sep 14

It's Time to Be Honest about Image Replacement Techniques

Maria Antonietta Perna takes a critical and in-depth look at whether image replacement techniques are still relevant today and the alternatives.
Mobile
Lars Klint, Sep 14

Building Your First HoloLens App: Creating Assets

Lars Klint looks at how to create all of the assets needed to start a project in Unity for the Microsoft HoloLens.
2 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Guy Routledge, Sep 14

AtoZ CSS Quick Tip: How to Style with the Enabled Pseudo-Class

This article is part of our AtoZ CSS Series where we explore CSS values (and properties) of each letter of the alphabet. Letter E is for enabled.
4 COMMENTs
Web
Tim Evko, Sep 13

Versioning Show, Episode 8, with Miriam Suzanne

In this episode, Tim and David are joined by Miriam Suzanne, best known for Susy, a responsive layout toolkit for Sass.
2 COMMENTs
Web
Lucero del Alba, Sep 13

A Side-by-Side Comparison of AWS, Google Cloud and Azure

Lucero compares three major cloud services, explaining the kinds of products that are available and the concepts underlying them.
Entrepreneur
Paul Maplesden, Sep 13

How to Create a Freelance Contract that Benefits You & Your Clients

Paul Maplesden explains why you can't afford to skip freelance contracts, and shows you how to put a basic contract together.
JavaScript
Vildan Softic, Sep 13

Pragmatic Uses of Monkey Patching in JavaScript

Vildan Softic looks at using monkey patching to alter code at runtime, arguing developers should understand how to safely use this controversial technique
8 COMMENTs
Design & UX
Daniel Schwarz, Sep 13

How to Stop Designing Square Layouts by Thinking Outside of the Box

Websites are so often boxes in boxes in boxes. Daniel has 5 different ways to break your habit of rectangular website designs.
HTML & CSS
Guy Routledge, Sep 13

AtoZ CSS Screencast: Enabled Pseudo-class

Guy Routledge explores CSS values and properties from each letter of the alphabet in our AtoZ CSS Screencast Series. Letter E is for :enabled.
13 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Paul Wilkins, Sep 12

JavaScript Refactoring Techniques: Specific to Generic Code

Paul Wilkins demonstrates various JavaScript refactoring techniques to make your code more generic & strike the balance between readability and reusability.
2 COMMENTs
PHP
Reza Lavaryan, Sep 12

RESTful Remote Object Proxies with ProxyManager

What are proxies? How can we use them? And what kind of advanced use cases can we think of? Let's perform some RESTful remote miracles with ProxyManager!