New Google thing, aimed at unsucking the "mobile" web:
The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project is an initiative to improve the mobile web and enhance the distribution ecosystem. If content is fast, flexible and beautiful, including compelling and ef... Read more
Customers are the backbone for any business especially when you run an online store. As in this case the contact with your customers is a virtual one so, it's critical to be able to monitor, track and reward your customers. To do that it is important f... Read more
The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Customer Reports
Munee is an asset management tool which can compile LESS, SCSS, or CoffeeScript, manipulate images, minify CSS and JS, and cache assets on the server and client on the fly. It works with PHP 5.3 and newer versions.
In this tutorial, we will learn how ... Read more
I'm going to be moderating an online panel (Google Hangouts) on Wednesday, November 4, 2015 with Jina Bolton, Una Kravets, Rebecca Murphey, and Marco Rogers all about front end stuff. We held a little planning and prep session for it the other night an... Read more
A List Apart Live Panel: The State of Front End Dev
Learn how to protect your PHP applications from Brute Force Attacks. I'll show you how in this screencast.
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Watch: Prevent Brute Force Attacks on a Login Page
The "trick" of sliding backgrounds in CSS is not new. In fact, the first time I came across it might have been a couple of years ago on the Valio Con site (the current design doesn't have it anymore). I happened to notice it on a couple of new sites I ... Read more
So far in this series, out of four I have discussed the first three sub-sections which an online store owner finds in the Orders reports. The fourth and last option deals with the reports which are categorized on the basis of Coupons by date. By now I ... Read more
The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Order Reports – Part 4
Lately, web development has become very complex. People being full-stack developers often complain to me that they can’t care about all these cool things in front-end development. People doing front-end still complain about having too few... Read more