How To Use The WordPress Loop

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I show you how to build the blog feature that powers WordPress. It’s called the WordPress Loop. I also use a couple functions inside the loop that bring in the title, url, and other things.

7 Signs Your Website Needs Work

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Your website is outdated. You know who you are. You used tables to build it. You still put all of your javascript in the head tag. You still use Internet Explorer. You don’t use a cache system. You still think CSS3 was made by Adobe.

Authorize.net Easy Aim Integration

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Enabling credit card payments on your website is easy with Authorize.net. The method I am going to teach you today will show you how to use the authorize.net api to control all phases of the customers experience. They don’t need to leave your website once, and they will never know that you use a third party service.

Speech To Text

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A welcomed addition to Webkit Browsers is the Speech to Text ability for text boxes. I am really excited about this new feature in webkit, and I cannot wait until the other mainstream browsers such as gecko and *gasp* Trident (Internet Explorer) pick up the feature.

PHP urlencode Tips & Tricks

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I was recently writing a php script to verify a user account after the user signs up to the website. I needed to send a hash of the users information so I would have access to it at a later date. Little did I know, that this would cause me a big headache.

Install WordPress in 7 Seconds

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Doing the same repetitive thing over and over again can get boring. I install a lot of WordPress sites, so I thought there must be a quicker way. Well, lucky for us there is. I think its faster than a one click install, such as using some cPanel WordPress install tool. In fact, it literally takes just 7 seconds to install WordPress.

Install WordPress In 30 Seconds

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If you are anything like me, then you tend to install a lot of WordPress sites. If this is the case then this task will have become trivial and shouldn’t take more than a few minutes of your time. In our business, its all about doing things quickly so I will show you something that will speed the WordPress install process up even more.

Kohana Reverse Routing

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I show you how to use the built in Kohana reverse routing functionality that this great framework comes default with.

Understanding Kohana Routes

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A lot of people struggle with creating a simple template system with Kohana Swift Php Framework, but you don’t have to! Today I will explain the basics of controllers and routes so you can finally be productive with Kohana. Getting Started – Routes You’ll probably want to start off with a clean install of Kohana, […]

Simple jQuery Modal Plugin

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This is a jQuery Modal Plugin modeled after Clay’s jQuery Lightbox / Modal Plugin. I have extended the functionality slightly and added callbacks and options to it so it is customizable by someone that may not be as tech savvy. With the script below, the overlay fades into white over .5 seconds, and a modal […]

Object Oriented Web Design & Development

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To create spectacular websites isn’t a simple task. It takes coordination and a full understanding between all parties involved. For the web developers out there, I’m sure your job, at times, can seem hard enough as it is. That is why I will be introducing you to the concept of Object Oriented Web Design. My […]