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If you want sliding screens then using a plugin is the best option that you have. Doing CSS and coding manually is not only time consuming but difficult as well. To help you select the right plugin explained below are the four best ones available. Choose carefully! LayerSlider Responsive jQuery Slider Plugin (regular license: $15 – extended license: $75) This plugin is SEO friendly and works on almost every browser and is optimized for mobile devices. You have the option to select out of 170 interesting transitions (2D and 3D). Plus, the plugin also has sample sliders. It comes with amazing […] Read More

WordPress plugins have become a common term and are a widely used software support today. This is because the internet has grown to be big and a lot of people are looking at online stores for shopping purposes. This is why many people are having their own eShops so that they can make money online. To do this perfectly they need plugins that are easily available for WordPress websites. To help you in this regard and select the right plugin given below is a list of fourpromising WordPress ecommerce plugins. WP e-Commerce WP e-commerce is a well celebrated name in the […] Read More

The jQuery Lightbox effect is a WOW-SOME way of displaying photos on your website. You’ve probably seen this effect countless times without realizing that it is the Lightbox effect. When viewing an image gallery, if you click on an image and it opens in a new box on top of the webpage, then you’re seeing Lightbox in action. This effect can be styled and configured to give you a custom, professional looking effect on your website’s images. JavaScript and jQuery plug-ins continue to simplify the task of presenting images and photos on the internet in a fully customizable style. Below, we showcase […] Read More

Why LESS? With CSS Style sheet language being so simple and plain makes the World go round on the web but yet it has a few restrictions and becomes difficult to manage in few scenarios. LESS is a well groomed language that eases the task of web developers by providing them the privilege of using dynamic CSS. For instance if a developer wants to make use of Dark Peach Color on any particular web page then he or she will have to use #FF9F94 code wherever he or she needs a Dark Peach Color but rather wouldn’t it be easier if they […] Read More

Tips From WordPress Pros

March 24th, 2013

Below are some tips from WordPress pros from across the community. Many of the tips cover development, but there’s also advice on business, running your website and, of course, getting involved with the community. Tips For Developers USE EVERYTHING WORDPRESS HAS TO OFFER WordPress’ core can do a lot for you, without you having to write a bunch of code. WordPress is much more powerful when you make use of its APIs and built-in functionality. “If you use WordPress as your framework,” says Trent Lapinski, “it will enable you to focus on developing an innovative plugin or theme.” Read Full Article: Read More

If people are on your website, they’re probably either skimming quickly, looking for something, or they’ve found what they’re looking for and want to read it as easily as possible. Either way, keeping text readable will help them achieve their goal. Weights and styles help our visitors to read our content, we should make sure they work! And getting weights and styles to work correctly using the @font-face declaration can be a bit crazy-making. Let’s look at two popular approaches to setting weights and styles with the @font-face declaration. I’ll show you why they are not the best solutions, and show you […] Read More

WordPress Meetup Groups

February 2nd, 2013

WordPress Meetup Groups Meet other local fans of WordPress, the Internet’s classiest and fastest dynamic content management system. Gather and discuss the best ways to work with your software. WordCamp WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like you. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other. Read More

Using WP_Query In WordPress

January 16th, 2013

If you’ve been around WordPress for a while, you’ll know how difficult it used to be to create lists of posts based on complex criteria while also conforming to WordPress’ standards. Over the course of a few years, the platform has come a long way. By using the power of the WP_Query class, we can lists posts in any way we want. What Is WP_Query? The WP_Query class is one of the most important parts of the WordPress codebase. Among other things, it determines the query you need on any given page and pulls posts accordingly. It also saves a lot of […] Read More

With the popularity for HTML5 Boiler Plate on the rage it is nowadays popularly known as “Rock Solid Default for HTML5”. HTML5 Boiler Plate has become the professional base for JS or HTML/CSS template for developing robust, fast or future proof website.HTML5 Boiler Plate has undergone 3 years of iterative development so that the users you can enjoy the best of the best features such as performance optimization, Cross Browser Normalization and various other additional features such as Flash & Ajax.HTM5 Boiler Plate does have any philosophy for development nor it is any framework rather it just has few tips and tricks […] Read More

First, let’s set a few things straight: becoming a top WordPress [developer professional] is hard work — very hard work. It’s going to take a lot of time, energy and determination. If you’re looking for an easy checklist or some “fast pass” to the top, you’re going to waste your time. Being one of the best is hard, and statistically speaking, the odds are stacked against you. In this article, I’m going to take a look at how you can be a top WordPress professional — this advice could apply to developers, but equally to bloggers, support reps, designers and everyone in […] Read More

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