Getting stuck in the same cycle at work can be fatal for your creativity and motivation to go on. If you’re doing the same trick over and over again, project after project, you will find yourself out of energy pretty soon. I’ll try to explain what might be going wrong and what to do about it in this article.
Developing a website on your local webserver environment can become complicated when it comes to URLs. Not every CMS (looking at you WordPress!) has relative paths to their content. These full paths get placed in the database, which makes it harder to test and create content with pointers to wrong URLs.
This guide will tell you how to fake a top-level domain name so you can redirect any domain name to your local development environment and keep your source code in separate folders.
Since my blog is based around web development and I don’t want to be behind on things I decided it has time to kick new life into my blog. I needed a new format which would allow short posts and have a blog that loads fast.
I needed a redo of the website. From the ground up.
Today I am sharing a guest article by Michael Evans on what to do when your blog gets “hacked”. Good read if you’re having troubles.
The world is not perfect, not yet at least. So, that means, your blog is still very much vulnerable to malicious attacks and to be really honest, this is quite common in blogosphere. Just take a look around in Malware section of Google Webmaster help Forum or any other forums and you will see the agony and pains of webmasters who are finding it really hard to get to the bottom of things. However, removing malware from your website does not need to be that much difficult, resources are available, in fact, our beloved Google has some great tools to offer, all you need to do is to find a way to use them to your advantages. To make your task easier, here we are going to share some tips that you may or not find awesome (not bragging though.)
Today I bring you a guest article written by Roxanne Peterson from WizKraft Media. She will discuss the topic of the point where design and frontend development meet. We all know frontend development and design are two different things, but their paths meet way too often to be ignored.
Roxanne will talk about how the design can be adapted for frontend development and tries to give to a better perspective on frontend meets design in general.