If you run a blog, you probably already had to face the problem of content scraping: Some people steal your content to display it on their own blog, usually with lots of Adsense ads. Here are a few useful code snippets to help protect your blog against scrapers.
WordPress built-in search engine is often cited as one of the weak points of the popular blogging platform. In this article, I have compiled several code snippets to make WordPress search engine a lot better.
For years, Flash has been the most popular solution for playing videos on the web. But the HTML5 specification is bringing a new solution, HTML5 videos. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use HTML5 to display videos on your website.
When building responsive websites, jQuery can be very helpful. In today’s article, I have compiled a list of jQuery plugins that will definitely help you building more responsive and usable websites.
WordPress is my favorite tool for building blogs and websites. In this article, I have compiled the most useful resources for WordPress developers I came across in the past 3 years.
HTML5 is the newest revision, and by far the most interesting, of the Hyper Text Markup Language. is In this article I have compiled awesome HTML5 code snippets to take your website to the next level.
Comments are a very important aspect of a blog because it is where the readers interact with the blogger. In today’s article, I’m showing you lots of WordPress snippets, hacks and tips to enhance your blog comments section.
The CSS3 specification allows front-end developers to create sophisticated visual effects to make websites look better. I have compiled over 10 new CSS3 techniques to embellish your website and give it a more professional look and feel.
Happy new year! Since almost 5 years, I post web development tips, tricks and tutorials on my blog CatsWhoCode.com. Today, here is a “best of” article to discover or rediscover the most useful article I’ve posted in five years.