Mock up a clean website layout in minutes with Pencil. This free wireframing tool is simple to use and includes all of the basic GUI tools.
Eradicate those annoying little PHP and MySQL code demons with these tools and a few lines of custom code created by one of our developers.
Do you own or operate a WordPress, Joomla!, Drupal, Magento or WooCommerce site? Then you're using PHP and should read this to prepare for critical changes this new year.
PHP versions 5.6 to 7.0 have reached end-of-life. Updates are critical!
Why You Should Consider Using Git, Even If You Are a Solo Developer by: Fred Morgan If you work with open source software then I’m sure you have already learned how challenging the process of upgrading applications can be (if not, you will soon enough). After recently upgrading a Drupal 7 installation for a client, I
Intro to WordPress Custom Post Types Welcome to the exciting world of Wordpress Custom Post Types! If you have spent any time working with WordPress you know that a basic WordPress site is primarily made up of Pages and Posts. You have probably also noticed that there isn’t a ton of difference between Pages and Posts.
Pump up your site's mobile-friendly capabilities by implementing Google's geolocation services API.
Turn web development into child's play by understanding WordPress child themes and how they can help you customize your site.
By default, WordPress menus require each item added to link to another page within your site, another post, category or to a custom link. However, especially when creating a drop-down menu, sometimes you want to add navigation items that only help organize menu items--without linking somewhere else. Sometimes you may only want to add a title
When you create new content on a WordPress-powered website, you have the option of creating a new post or a new page. Both WordPress posts and pages can be added to your site navigation, have formatted permalinks and each can accept the same content, shortcodes and formatting. So what's the difference between the two? WordPress Posts