Awesome ways to display web icons

Great for visual indications, icons can add just enough interest to otherwise plain sites. Traditionally, Developers would use image files (like .gif, .jpg, or .png) to display in their markup.  The code for a button with some text and an icon might have looked something like this: <button> <img src=”path_to_my_icon/icon.png”> Click me! </button> Of course,…

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Support PHP in external Javascript

The Problem Have you ever tried to write code like this? external.js function test_javascript() { console.log( ‘Currently at page: <?php echo $_SERVER[‘SCRIPT_URI’] ?>’ ); } index.php <script src=”external.js”></script> Most of the time, you will find that the external.js file will have an error because it cannot make sense of the PHP snippet.  The following is…

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Awesome WordPress plugins for your site

As of this writing, there are over 25,000 plugins developed by the community for use with WordPress.  These plugins range from the simplest single operations to the largest multi-feature systems.  This article seeks to cover some plugins that are useful, but not necessarily consider widely popular. CategoryTinymce This plugin replaces the description textbox found on…

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