CSS3 is already awesome itself. Not only used for most current web styling standards, it also able to do something beyond imagination combined with some other standards like HTML5 and jQuery. While much awaiting CSS4 is already announced and starting, let see what CSS3 have for us. Herewith we present you a compilation of 40 most inspiring CSS3 animation tutorials and demos for your reference.
By default, the WordPress loops displays 10 posts per page. You can change this inside WordPress admin panel manually without any headache of coding. However, in some circumstances you may require to overwrite those setting. There is a way to overwrite them in case you forgot to do so, here’s the hack to define how many post to display per page on WordPress website.
Wordpress is the most popular blogging tools available to create beautiful website or blog. One of the main reasons is that it is free and priceless at the same time. The availability of enormous themes and plugins on the net makes it more valuable and easy to use. To run it we need a web server that can support web applications and it might not be free to have it. However there is a simple way that we can run wordpress locally on any computer without the need for us to pay a cent.
More than 50 percent of web server programs being use today are Apache Web Server. One of the main reasons is because it is free! It is widely known that installing manually an apache web server is not an easy task. And it might get harder if we want to add MySQL, PHP and Perl. I believe most of us who are web savvy user know the importance of all these features to run a website. Ok. Leave that behind. Just google it and find the meaning of all these terms. Let see how it goes now.
We have been using plugins to display random posts on our sidebar. As all may have known, avoiding the use of plugins may decrease the loading speed of any wordpress website. We have started using these very simple line of codes just to make that happen. So how do we display random posts in Wordpress sidebar without any plugins?
.htaccess, the file which controls the Apache webserver behavior, is very useful and allows us to do a lot of things, mostly for security reasons. Now let’s see how these most popular .htaccess hacks can help us with our WordPress blog for security, functionality and usability.
Many free themes or blog templates out there comes with default search forms that has empty field without any text in its input area. We believe this is fine, but you can see that many themes also have already started to put default text inside the search form field.It has already become a web 2.0 trends and not just being used in search forms but other form fields also.
Some repetitive task like twitter code addition in every post may be troublesome for us. There is a simple way that we can do by typing something like [shortcode]. This allowing us to call a php function in any place of the site and saves time. Continue read on to find how to use them.
Somehow after a period of long time, we still receiving comments and trackbacks for our old wordpress posts. This maybe troublesome for us to approve if it is require moderation and moreover if they are likely more to spams and hot-linking only. However, the is an easy hack where you can disable comments and trackbacks after a certain period the post was published.
Simply this is like the repetition of same technique used by many css coders out there. The real basic where it starts of how to apply rounded corners using css3.
Permalink or slug is one of the most important entity of search engine’s ‘main food’ which they will prioritize and then index it for searching. A good slug or permalink may bring more visibility to search engines and that is what we already know about. But sometime we may facing trouble in updating permalink or slug, even after we delete the page or post in Wordpress. Let see how we can fix this..
Sometime we may need to add an advertisement or adsense ads after our first post. That is quite easy to do. However, how if we want to add multiple advertisements after certain number of posts? See how it can be done..