There’s so much to learn and so much to practice every day, and when you just started learning the basics of web development, the easiest thing to do when it comes to front-end styling is writing plain and simple CSS.
Creating a series of Tutorials for Beginners DevOps is not easy, the topic is broad, confusing, technically challenging, and a bit over my head. That’s why I decided to do it!
So, if you’re here probably it’s because you really really wanna now how to build a Premium Theme for WordPress. Well, good for you because this is the right place. In this new series of tutorials we’re gonna go deeply into advanced WordPress functions to create a fully customized WordPress theme.
Learn how to code a simple email form in PHP and jQuery, handle input validations and improve the look and feel of the form with some fancy CSS3 animations.
Isn’t that awesome? Learning a new program/framework/whatever is always exciting and extremely rewarding, so, just because I feel you and I totally understand you, here are my personal tips about the 5 things that everyone should do after the first installation and before starting to develop something with Laravel.
Working with Wordpress can be awesome and painful at the same time, especially when you have to dial with a lot of different parts of this CMS, or being forced to create some functions by yourself. In this series of tutorials I’m gonna touch the most common aspects that fill up the life of a Wordpress Developer, from the editing of the comment text, to the development of custom templates and plugins.
When it comes to learn or practice with something new the most frustrating part is when this new “toy” won’t work out of the box. And that’s what happened to me the first time I tried to install Laravel on my MacBook Pro. I struggled with this problem for a good hour before finally figuring out what was wrong, and I thought would be great to write it down for future installations or to help other dudes like me that could encounter this problem. So, let’s take a look.
We all like slick, simple and super clean design, but sometimes when it comes that kind of client, could happen that we’re forced to throw our skills into the trash bin and bend over at the immense power of money or the infinite emptiness of our client’s brain. Create a shitty 2000s button in CSS3, and bring back the web2.0 graphic style with the strength of a kick in the nuts.