Archive for: September, 2015

PHP Channel’s 3rd 2015 Trimester Update

Another three months have gone by, and we’ve got some news to share. First, let’s introduce our newest authors! New Authors Jeff Smith, USA Jeff Smith is a full-stack web developer who enjoys writing and reading of all types, and is interested in the Internet, business and entrepreneurship, technology, and learni...

Create a Mobile Application Using WordPress, Ionic, and AngularJS

What You’ll Be Creating Introduction In this tutorial, I will explain you step by step how to create a modern, hybrid, mobile application (iOS and Android) of your WordPress website using the latest technologies. We’ll be using Ionic Framework, ECMAScript 6, npm, webpack, and Apache Cordova. At the...

Desktop Wallpaper Calendars: October 2015

   We always try our best to cater for fresh inspiration and well, we have found a very effective way to do so: desktop wallpapers that are a little more distinctive than the usual crowd. Since seven years, we challenge the design community to participate in our wallpaper mission and each month designer...

Shaded Progress Bars: A CSS/Sass Exercise

View demo Download source Today we’d like to show you how to create some pure CSS progress bars with a special 3D look. Consider this tutorial an advanced CSS exercise that will give you insight in a lot of interesting 3D properties and shading techniques. Creating UI components using only CSS will train your ab...

WP_Query Arguments: Custom Fields

If you’ve been following this series, you’ll have an understanding of how WP_Query is structured and how you use it to write custom queries. To be able to define what WP_Query fetches from the database, you need to know what arguments you can use to query data. WP_Query has a large number of possible arg...

ESLint – The Pluggable Linting Utility for JavaScript and JSX

Advertise here via BSA ESLint is an open source JavaScript linting utility originally created by Nicholas C. Zakas in June 2013. Code linting is a type of static analysis that is frequently used to find problematic patterns or code that doesn’t adhere to certain style guidelines. There are code linters for most ...

Supercharge Your Website with the Monstroid WordPress Theme

The best thing about WordPress is that you can use it to build more than just a blog: be it corporate sites, portfolio sites, magazines or even an eCommerce store, with the right set of tools and tweaks, WordPress can handle it all. Of course, you can code and customize WordPress to build your websites, but what...

Watch: Performance with requestAnimationFrame

Animation in JavaScript can be difficult to create, and even harder to optimize for performance. Learn how to get better at both with requestAnimationFrame! The screencast demonstration can be found in Codepen. You can find the mentioned link from the screencast here: http://html5hub.com/request-animation-frame-for-bet...

Why Do We Have `repeating-linear-gradient` Anyway?

It all started with this question Keith Clark recently asked on twitter. CSS repeating-linear-gradients, do we need these? Can’t the same thing be achieved with a linear-gradient and background-size? That’s a good question. Their cousin, repeating radial gradients, definitely come in handy. They have sav...

List of SVG Properties You Can Manipulate with CSS

The strange thing about using CSS to style SVG elements is that only certain properties can be used, depending on the element. For instance, you can set the fill on a <polygon>, but not the points. The W3C has a list of properties that outlines which SVG properties can be manipulated by CSS. Direct Link to Articl...