In WordPress, the dashboard is a very important part, as it is where you – the admin – publish content and control everything about your blog. In this article, I have compiled over 10 WordPress hacks and code snippets to enhance your WordPress dashboard.
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Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is an XML-based vector image format for two-dimensional graphics with support for interactivity and animation. As a web developer or designer, using SVG online has numerous advantages: bandwidth-friendly, open format, easy to style using CSS, and many more. Here’s a round-up of useful tutorials and resources to learn and master the art of using SVG.
Webforms are a crucial part of every website: this is how a visitor interacts with the site. Unfortunately, webforms are most of the time annoying or even painful for internet users. I’ve compiled super useful tips in this article in order to create better webforms and make your visitors happier.
Using open-source components makes it really easy and quick to build powerful front-end elements for websites or apps. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how you can easily create an editable table using PureCSS and jQuery.
Dates are always an important part of any website or app, but they can be a little tricky to deal with, especially for beginners. Here is a list of a few PHP functions and code snippets that will definitely come in handy when dealing with dates.
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