How to Develop a Membership Site With WordPress: Part 1

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What You'll Be CreatingWordPress already ships with loads of good stuff to make a membership site. Unfortunately most of the process is handled through the back end of the site, and ideally we want to keep users away from the admin area. So over this t... Read more
How to Develop a Membership Site With WordPress: Part 1

On Keeping Breakpoints DRY

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The following is a guest post by Eduardo Bouças. Eduardo is back to follow up on his journey of approaching media queries programatically. He'll catch you up on how this started, where it's went, and how that's going. A year ago, I went on a personal... Read more
On Keeping Breakpoints DRY

DrawSVG for jQuery – Animated SVG Enlivens Your Website

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Fortunately, the SVG format can do a lot more than just provide vector-based graphics. Animations are possible as well. With JavaScript, you can control and influence these animations in many different ways. The jQuery plugin DrawSVG allows you to draw... Read more
DrawSVG for jQuery – Animated SVG Enlivens Your Website

How to Build a File Upload Form with Express and Dropzone.js

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This article was peer reviewed by Panayiotis Velisarakos, Taulant Spahiu and Nilson Jacques. Thanks to all of SitePoint’s peer reviewers for making SitePoint content the best it can be! Let’s face it, nobody likes forms. Developers don’t like bui... Read more
How to Build a File Upload Form with Express and Dropzone.js

PHP vs Ruby – Let’s All Just Get Along

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Quite often you see developers who have a lot of experience in one language try to play with another, then make a rather quick comparison between the two. This comparison is usually quite worthless, but the clickbait titles get them a lot of traffic. I... Read more
PHP vs Ruby – Let’s All Just Get Along