Blog Category: Developers

Refresh a Section of a Page at Specific Intervals Using AJAX

Refreshing only a section of a page instead of reloading the entire page can be a nice touch for the user experience. Beyond reloading a Div when the user does something (say, clicks a button), you can also use this […]

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The WordPress Upload Path in the Options Table

This post is a Solution Post for those who might run into the following problems: Are you trying to update URLs and there’s an error? (ie. using Velvet Blues Update URLs plugin) Are you getting errors on the site like: […]

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Running SASS on Localhost using the Command Line

When you have WordPress set up on your localhost (see link below if you don’t), you’ll want to start using SASS. There are programs you can download and use to watch your coding and make changes, but before you use […]

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The Beginner’s Guide to Setting up a Localhost WordPress Site

If you’ve been working in WordPress for any amount of time, you know that you can install WordPress directly onto a live server hosted at any number of hosting companies, including Godaddy or A2hosting. For smaller sites with a quicker […]

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Using AJAX to reload only a Div

Ajax has become very popular because of the ease of use it incorporates into a website for the user. It isn’t a single language, but more a conglomeration of css, ajax, javascript and html. Basically, I’m going to show you […]

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How to Customize WordPress the Right Way

A couple of months ago, I received a phone call from a business owner who needed their site re-skinned. The design was a couple of years old and wasn’t holding up to WordPress updates – it needed to go. It […]

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Improving Your Google Ranking by Increasing Page Speed

It’s the most coveted spot online: the first page of Google. Getting there is no easy task; you have to make sure you’ve got heading tags and meta descriptions, keywords and synonyms, backlinks and interlinks, blog posts, pages, stats, GooglePlus […]

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Using CSS3 to Create a Beautiful Sidebar Transition

Last week I was casually browsing through Tumblr and came across a design with an awesome sidebar effect. I took a look at the coding, as you do, and was delighted that it was done entirely through CSS3. Now in […]

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How to Rebrand a WordPress Theme

Rebranding a WordPress theme is a small change that can really make your work look more professional. It doesn’t take much, just a few minutes, a screenshot of the finished site, and access to the files.   What You’ll Need To […]

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