12 Useful WordPress Coding Snippets And Hacks

We all love WordPress. What makes more and more people fall in love with it is how easy it is to customize. With a few lines you get some cool customization with all those filters, actions and hooks. WordPress 3+ blewour minds with cool new features. But sometimes we need something quite different from the default. That’s what we’ll … Continue Reading

Create Your Own Premium Membership WordPress Blog – Part 1/3

Who doesn’t want to earn money from blogging? I mean, sometimes you have shortages, sometimes comments let you down, payment is not THAT good. But you know, it’s still better than real work, right? (Troll’s comments in 3..2..1..) So instead of spending a few bucks in order to get a premium membership system, why not … Continue Reading

4 Money Saving Tips That You Should Follow

I know that you are really good in your field. Design, development or anything you do, I know that it is good, and you’re always trying to get better and earn a higher paycheck. Well, you know, you don’t have to be a finance expert, but money management is really important since if you don’t … Continue Reading

jQuery Plugin Development: Hover to Reveal Masked Password

We talked about how to improve your HTML forms performance a couple of days ago. There we covered a pretty controversial topic “Don’t mask your passwords”, discussing how bad masking your passwords could be for usability. At this moment, we basically have two options: mask password field and don’t ask for any feedback, or show … Continue Reading

WordPress Plugin Development – Relate Posts as a Series Part 2

So, we started our dive into WordPress plugin development with the first part of this tutorial where we talked a little about planning, basic plugin structure, custom post types, metaboxes and how to add custom functions to WordPress’s defaults actions. Today we will talk a little more about metaboxes and jQuery, shortcodes, and front-end functionality. … Continue Reading

CSS Counters – The Right Way to Organize Your Ordered Content

It is pretty common to see step-based content. Tutorials, shopping carts, FAQ’s, grandma’s recipes. You know, numbers and steps are really good to grab attention, so many writers use this. But, talking about HTML how should we write it? Most (all?) use numbers as text in headings, as they were common content. Well, let me … Continue Reading

10 Tips to Boost Your HTML Forms Performance

Sometimes we get so used to doing things one way that we forget a little and important thing: to improve. We get so involved with all this CTA stuff that we forget other important things, like the contact form that comes after the pretty button. Our task today is to improve our form, to get … Continue Reading

How to Create a Web Spy with a PHP Crawler

Crawler, spider, bot, or whatever you want to call it, is a program that automatically gets and processes data from sites, for many uses. Google, for example, indexes and ranks pages automatically via powerful spiders, crawlers and bots. We have also link checkers, HTML validators, automated optimizations, and web spies. Yeah, web spies. This is … Continue Reading