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Gravity Forms Notification Popup

As seen here: https://anythinggraphic.net/gravity-forms-notification-popup/ Gravity Forms is by far one of the most popular, user friendly, easy to use form plugins for WordPress. With its many hooks and filters it is easy for developers to make it do pretty much anything. I was working on a small website development project for the CO2 Coalition. The design  Full Article…

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Using Google Spreadsheets as a CMS with PHP

As seen here: http://elikirk.com/using-google-spreadsheets-as-a-cms-with-php/ Setup a Published Google Spreadsheet Create a Google spreadsheet, then fill in the data in your spreadsheet with an identifier in one column and the content in the next column. Next, we need to publish the content. Note: This is more than just “Sharing” the spreadsheet. When you to this, your  Full Article…

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Extract a zip file on a web server

Issue Many applications come pre-packaged in a compressed ZIP or TAR file. Instead of unpacking these files on your local computer and then uploading the many files via FTP you can upload the compressed file and extract the files directly on the server to save you time. Unfortunately Plesk doesn’t have a facility to do this  Full Article…

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Enqueue/Include neutral urls for http and/or https in WordPress

Taken from here: http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/a/81897/13712 URLs must have a https or http protocol for WordPress to enqueue them. FIf possible you should use get_template_directory_uri() (for parent themes) or get_stylesheet_directory_uri() (for child themes) as both of these handle SSL if necedssary. Here’s an example: If you can’t enqueue your own local script/s and have to enqueue from an  Full Article…

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Ordered List CSS Styles

Original here: http://codeitdown.com/ordered-list-css-styles/ Styling ordered list numbers with CSS is not as simple as one might think because there is no CSS selector to target list numbers. Styling them is only possible with a simple CSS3 technique that uses a counter to replace the default numbers. Styled numbers will only be visible in CSS3 browsers ,  Full Article…

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WordPress Most Related Posts in 4 Steps

Original found here: http://codeitdown.com/wordpress-related-posts/ WordPress Most Related Posts in 4 Steps To implement a WordPress Related Posts section that displays the posts with the highest number of common tags follow the next steps: Choose or declare a thumbnail size. You’ll probably want to show thumbnails like the ones above. Those are the posts’ featured images. You’ll  Full Article…

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wp-config Tweaks

Setting a Default Theme for New WordPress Installations With WP_DEFAULT_THEME define( ‘WP_DEFAULT_THEME’, ‘default-theme-folder-name’ ); Enabling the “Trash” Feature for Media Files With MEDIA_TRASH define( ‘MEDIA_TRASH’, true ); Letting WordPress Skip the wp-content Directory While Updating With CORE_UPGRADE_SKIP_NEW_BUNDLED define( ‘CORE_UPGRADE_SKIP_NEW_BUNDLED’, true ); Allowing Unfiltered WordPress Uploads for Administrators With ALLOW_UNFILTERED_UPLOADS define( ‘ALLOW_UNFILTERED_UPLOADS’, true );

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Mac OS X: Print or Save a List of File Names for a Folder/Directory

Taken from: http://www.macobserver.com/tmo/article/mac_os_x_print_or_save_a_list_of_file_names Step 01: Open TextEdit and start a new document which you convert to plain text (which you can toggle under the Format menu or by hitting Shift-Command-T.) Step 02a: The first way to start your list is to select the files you want in it and drag them into that TextEdit document. Step 02b: What  Full Article…

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