Tag Archives: Development

Creating a Simple Twitter App using oAuth and PHP

Posted in Tutorials4 years ago • Written by 148 Comments

Everyone on the web is updating to the latest & the most secure technologies with Twitter being the most hyped one as it upgraded from basic Authentication to the more secure oAuth. Earlier people had to risk their Twitter login credentials if they wanted to use some external Apps that gave them more control over their Twitter profile. Twitter would now be removing the basic Auth to fully support oAuth. As Twitter describes oAuth is:

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How to Create a better FAQ page for end users

Posted in Tutorials4 years ago • Written by 29 Comments

FAQ (Frequently Asked Question) pages have become commonplace on many websites for many reasons. The main, is that they offer a way to provide support, most commonly, customer support, without having to re-iterate solutions to common problems. For larger companies, a good FAQ page can even have an effect on the amount of support staff that are needed to be hired, yet browsing the internet, I continually find FAQ pages to be neglected, and a navigational nightmare. Similarly, Google for some articles on FAQ page design, and you’ll find near to nothing that’s helpful.

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How to Create a Cool Slide Out Panel with CSS3 only

Posted in Tutorials4 years ago • Written by 25 Comments

Many sites have a really cool hidden panel which contains some relevant information and this panel is revealed to us, with a cool animation, when we click on a particular button or hover over it. This has usually been achieved using jQuery. But now as we advent towards the future and CSS3 is becoming a reality, here is a tutorial on how to build an animated slide out panel using only CSS3.

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OS Talk: Why Web Developers should use Linux

Posted in Web Design4 years ago • Written by 83 Comments

There are many reasons why working on Linux has advantages, but for web developers, it should be a no-brainer, but just in case you really need reasons here are just a few of the main ones.
The main feature Linux boasts that makes it better suited for web development over any other Operating System is the fact your local apache server has the same setup as your live hosting. Even without this, the benefits of using Linux over Windows or Mac OS are massive. I’ll go through the main advantages with you in this article.

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How To Make The Right Keyword Analysis For Your Website (Part-2)

Posted in Web Design4 years ago • Written by 19 Comments

In my previous post “How To Make The Right Keyword Analysis For Your Website” I have shared my experience in choosing the best sweet keywords for the website. We have ended up with an xls table with the list of pages names and the keywords breakdown for these pages. As promised, today I’ll be speaking about On-page search engine optimization- that is how and where to use the keywords on your website page to get higher positions for the given keywords and key phrases in search engines results yet keeping the page organically readable for your website visitors.

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20+ Online Tools for Website Validation and Testing

Posted in Freebies4 years ago • Written by 16 Comments

As you probably know already, it’s important to check and test your Website to help ensure that it looks great and works beautifully regardless of the browser or platform used. Testing a website before launch is one thing that you cannot afford to take lightly.  Just like a minor negligence while constructing a building can cost life of millions of residents , the same way a small error left unnoticed can prove to be fatal for your website.

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How to Create a Tumblr Theme (Code Structure)

Posted in Tutorials4 years ago • Written by 59 Comments

As we have previously seen, Tumblr allows its uses to create custom themes, giving the owner of a tumbleblog the ability to truly customise their tumbleblog to be their own. While Tumblr coding is fairly easy to pick up compared to other more complex blogging systems, I want to give you an insight into the code and structure we are going to be deploying next time around when we set about converting a PSD to Tumblr.

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Become Social Networking Guru With 45 Handy Twitter Tools

Posted in Web Design4 years ago • Written by 22 Comments

Twitter has progressed so much in past few years and now it has been used almost by everybody – let it be freelancer designer, programmer, social media company, printing company, everybody evaluates Twitter power and actually try to make their brand more powerful with it.

A lot of tools has been developed over time and some of them can really  relief your Twitter experience and automate some time consuming actions.  That’s why I collected some great tools sorted in categories, which you might find extremely useful for using Twitter – find more targeted followers, track visitors – who is following, not following, deadbeat users, clean your account – ah..check what we have on table this time yourself! 

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The Essential Guide to WordPress 3.0 Custom Taxonomies

Posted in WordPress4 years ago • Written by 48 Comments

In general, taxonomies are used to arrange, classify and group things. By default, Taxonomies in WordPress are tags and categories that WordPress is using for the posts.  Apart from these two, WordPress makes it possible for theme developers to create their own taxonomies which are created within the functions.php theme file. This is what we are going to cover today. We will learn how to work with Custom WordPress taxonomies.

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9 Usability And UX Pitfalls: Learn How To Avoid Them

Posted in Web Design4 years ago • Written by 32 Comments

As the web has matured, design has come along with it, but there are still a number of issues that affect usability and user experience that haven’t matured at the same rate as design.

If we want to be ahead of the design curve: get more satisfied clients, and happier users, we need to make sure that both we and our clients understand what these points are, and how to solve them.

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