This article first appeared in issue 232 of .net magazine – the world's best-selling magazine for web designers and developers.
A cool photo scrolling effect makes this wedding website a cut above the competition. We chat to its creator about how it was made.
Some simple housekeeping can make a world of difference to the likelihood of your site getting hacked. Kim Crawley has the tricks
Some simple housekeeping can make a world of difference to the likelihood of your site getting hacked. Kim Crawley has the tricks.
Jesse Friedman, author of the Web Designer's Guide to WordPress, helps us avoid common WordPress mistakes and takes a look at some myths and misgivings to boot
Jesse Friedman, author of the Web Designer's Guide to WordPress, helps us avoid common WordPress mistakes and takes a look at some myths and misgivings to boot.
Tailor the Administration Screens in WordPress to match your client's branding with Thomas Hardy's guide to customising the popular CMS
The Loop is the basis of dynamic content in WordPress. Joe Casabona explains what it does, how to use it, and resolves the most common Loop-related queries.
WordPress has a fantastic feature called shortcodes. Paul Maloney shows you how they work and offers up a few examples of shortcodes you can use in your WordPress install
WordPress is the world’s most popular CMS with over 70 million users, but how safe is your install? Paul Maloney shows you how to secure your WordPress site with .htaccess.
Get more out of content management systems! We reveal helpful techniques to create responsive websites in WordPress and if you fancy an alternative, why you may actually would want to switch to Drupal
In this tutorial, we will cover how you can easily include pre-packaged or repository plug-ins with a WordPress theme and prompt users to install and activate them in one single step, using native WordPress classes and interfaces