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.
As a developer, I really like tools that can help me save time, or just make the whole development process easier. In this article, I have compiled my favorite web tools to simplify front-end web development.
Social networks are very important on the internet and can bring tons of traffic to your website. Today, I have compiled my favorites WordPress code snippets to work with social networks as such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, and more.
Today, a website must not look good only on a desktop screen, but also on tablets and smartphones. A website is responsive if it is able to adapt to the screen of the client. In this article, I'll show you how to easily make a website responsive in three easy steps.
Forms are definitely a very important part of a website, but they can be also a bit tricky to handle. To help you working more easily with HTML forms, I have compiled some very useful jQuery code snippets from my personal snippet library in this article.
If you already installed WordPress, you know the wp-config.php file: this is the file where you set up your database connection info and define your site language. But you can do a lot more things with the wp-config.php file. In this article, I'll show you 10+ tricks, using wp-config.php, to boost your WordPress website.
When working on php websites made from scratch and without a framework, speed can often be an issue. Caching is extremely useful in order to speed up PHP webpages. In this article, I'll show you a super easy and efficient way to dynamically cache php pages that need to be faster.