WordPress has a great feature called ‘filter’ with which we can add our own classes to nav menu items. Most times you need to add classes in nav menu items on some conditions. For example, in menu you have ‘sample ‘ category item. You have to add class to this item if your single post […]
SVN (Subversion) is a version control system that is used by WordPress and thus by all our developers at rtCamp. Many a times, while cleaning up our repositories, we end up deleting the wrong files and/or directories. If a top-level directory gets deleted accidentally, one usually starts sweating! The simplest command to restore/revert deleted file/directory in […]
After a quick search on Google, I finally found a simple solution to disable the add comment feature from the Facebook like button on your blog posts.
After tightening security towards the Facebook login, now Facebook is doing something for developers as well. Now Facebook developers need to choose whether they are admin or just testers and hence the functionality is divided (source). If you come across a Facebook application you can choose among the following: Administrator – complete access to the […]
When it comes to web development HTML 5 is the newest buzz word. It is also looking like something that will kill Flash over the years. World Wide Web consortium (W3C ) today unveiled a new logo for HTML 5. The logo seems to portray solidity and trust with its colors and format. The HTML 5 phenomenon […]
In my previous CSS post I wrote about how one can remove unwanted CSS using Tech 1 and Tech 2. And this article contains few CSS tips that every CSS developer must know. Avoiding inefficient key selectors that match large numbers of elements can speed up page rendering.
It is no more a hidden fact that Internet comes alongwith a wide range of services for almost everyone who uses it. In this league, we even get to learn a variety of Computer languages without even moving away from the PC, and above that, Internet brings us all of that for FREE!
Mozilla is set to begin a new training program for web-designers and developers in Jan 2011 for students and professionals, which would provide a 100% free developer training resource run in partnership with the Peer 2 Peer University.
While coding, we come across a situation where we need to revert back some heavy changes to the source code, but we could not find it anymore, eventually it becomes difficult to trackback and we end up wasting a lot of time and energy, this is where SVN comes to our rescue. In this article I am going to assist you how to manage data on SVN.
As we all know Mozilla, Chrome or most of the browsers started supporting CSS3 standards, but how those CSS properties can be used in Internet Explorer. A smart way is to use pie.htc or ie-css3.htc file that supports some new styles available in CSS3 standards…