When using CSS animation you can set the keyframes of activities you want the animation to do. For example if you want an element to fade-in you would change the opacity of the element from 0 to 1. This will run on the page load event and will last two seconds. The problem that you get with CSS animations is that once the animation is complete the element will be
This week has been the release of the latest version of WordPress, version 3.7 named Basie after the Jazz musician Count Basie. The main updates in this release are: Automatic Updates Improved Search More Secure Passwords Improved Globalisation Support Download the latest version from wordpress.org. WordPress 3.7 Fastest Release To Reach Half Million After this release, lead Developer Andrew Nacin post a tweet to show this release has the fastest
All of the major search engines Google, Yahoo and Bing got together to come up with a way webmasters can better define the content on the page to give search engines more information about what they are crawling. By understanding the content of the page allows the search engines to display more information in the search results. Adding more information in the search results makes it easier for users to
When you place a call to action on a webpage you normally want the visitors to down something like sign up to your newsletter or download some of your content. All call to actions you should try to stand out so people focus on these areas of your website. In this tutorial we are going to create a CSS animation download icon. View the demo page to see the animation.
When you setup a new site with WordPress multisite you have the option to create your site as sub domains or into sub folders. site1.domain.com site2.domain.com site3.domain.com Or using sub-folders your sites URLs will look like this. domain.com/site1 domain.com/site2 domain.com/site3 But one limitation of using sub-folders is that by default you can't have sites in sub-sub-folders, this is normally used as a way of groups sites together as you can't
I recently switched to use a new syntax highlighter called Prism.js, unlike other highlighters Prism.js is extremely lightweight by default and you can append additional add-ons to library for more options or new themes. There are currently 6 different themes that you can choose from, you can select which themes to include with the package at download. You can choose to just download the default theme or include all themes.
This is a problem I've seen a couple of times and it sometimes tricks people out of using custom post types in WordPress. When people first create a WordPress site I've seen most of the time they will just install WordPress as an add-on to their existing site and just use it as a blog, with the intention of moving the entire site over to WordPress. Having an existing site