How to Build a Responsive Slider With Swiper.js

* { box-sizing: border-box; } body {margin: 0;}*{box-sizing:border-box;}body{margin-top:0px;margin-right:0px;margin-bottom:0px;margin-left:0px;} Have you ever built an advanced slider for a project? If so, you might have taken advantage of any one of a number of JavaScript carousels. In the past, I’ve covered two of them: slick and Owl. Today, I’ll introduce another well-known one: Swiper. Ready to learn… Continue reading How to Build a Responsive Slider With Swiper.js

How to Build a UIkit Lightbox With Dot Navigation

* { box-sizing: border-box; } body {margin: 0;}*{box-sizing:border-box;}body{margin-top:0px;margin-right:0px;margin-bottom:0px;margin-left:0px;} Have you ever worked with the UIkit front-end framework? Its current version at the time of writing is 3.9.4, and in the next few months, YOOtheme (the team behind it) plan to release v4. This isn’t the first time I’ve written about UIkit; some years ago, while still… Continue reading How to Build a UIkit Lightbox With Dot Navigation

How to Add a Drop-Down Menu in WordPress

WordPress features a built-in menu management system that makes it easy to add menus to your website. However, as you add more and more pages, posts and other miscellaneous content, it may become impossible to include every destination in your standard menu bar.  In these scenarios, you can provide easy access to every section of… Continue reading How to Add a Drop-Down Menu in WordPress

How to Add Plugins to WordPress

So you’ve just created your first WordPress website—now what? One of the best things about the WordPress platform is that you have access to thousands of free and premium plugins. Plugins allow you to enhance any out-of-the-box WordPress website with a wide range of advanced, powerful, and even niche features. With the right plugin, you… Continue reading How to Add Plugins to WordPress

How to Add Plugins to WordPress

So you’ve just created your first WordPress website—now what? One of the best things about the WordPress platform is that you have access to thousands of free and premium plugins. Plugins allow you to enhance any out-of-the-box WordPress website with a wide range of advanced, powerful, and even niche features. With the right plugin, you… Continue reading How to Add Plugins to WordPress

Definitive Guide to Installing a Free or Premium WordPress Plugin

What You’ll Be Creating Plugins are what makes WordPress special. Without them, WordPress wouldn’t be much more than a humble blogging platform. But by adding plugins to your site, you can turn it into so much more. Depending on what you need, you can use a plugin to make your site more efficient and to… Continue reading Definitive Guide to Installing a Free or Premium WordPress Plugin

How to Create a Trivia Quiz with Viral Quiz for WordPress

Generating traffic to your website and successfully marketing to this website traffic should be the number one concern for a website owner.  Without this traffic and without a mechanism to get these website visitors to take action, you will have an incredibly difficult time building your business.  One unexpected but effective way to draw in… Continue reading How to Create a Trivia Quiz with Viral Quiz for WordPress

How to Set Up a Quiz on Your WordPress Website

Today, we’re going to explore the WP Quiz plugin which allows you to set up quizzes on your WordPress site. We’ll go through the details of this plugin and we’ll end the post with a real-world example. Setting up online quizzes is one of the best way to engage your visitors and it’s always fun… Continue reading How to Set Up a Quiz on Your WordPress Website

Create a New WordPress Site While Keeping Your Old Static Site Running

What You’ll Be Creating If you’re switching to WordPress from a static site, from a site builder provided by your hosting provider, or even from an old WordPress site, you’ll want to ensure that your old site still works while you’re setting up the shiny new WordPress installation. The good news is that you don’t… Continue reading Create a New WordPress Site While Keeping Your Old Static Site Running

Save time on image design with graphic editor Crello

Are you looking for a professional tool for your digital designing needs that helps making your marketing strategies better? Then, Crello is perfect for you. There are many visual graphic design tools out there in the market. Some of them are quite expensive. Other free tools need a forced sign up to use few of… Continue reading Save time on image design with graphic editor Crello

How to Use Pantheon to Set Up and Maintain a Production-Safe WordPress Site

Today, WordPress powers 25% of all of the world’s websites, so it’s safe to say that what started as blogging software has grown into something much bigger than its humble origins, and is ready to be used on production-level sites from news portals to complete web applications. With this level of professionalism, new needs arise.  On a personal blog read by… Continue reading How to Use Pantheon to Set Up and Maintain a Production-Safe WordPress Site

Adding Custom Hooks in WordPress: Custom Actions

One of the cornerstones of building custom solutions in WordPress is having an understanding of hooks. In and of themselves, they aren’t terribly difficult to understand, and we’ll be covering a short primer on them in this tutorial. But if you’re looking to get into more advanced WordPress development, it’s worth knowing how to implement… Continue reading Adding Custom Hooks in WordPress: Custom Actions

Android From Scratch: How to Run Your Application on a Physical Device

Most Android phones and tablets can be connected to a computer using a USB cable. However, by default, the USB connection established between an Android device and a computer is limited to file transfer only. Therefore, if you want to use your device for Android application development, you have to make a few configuration changes… Continue reading Android From Scratch: How to Run Your Application on a Physical Device

How to Run Your Application on a Physical Device

Most Android phones and tablets can be connected to a computer using a USB cable. However, by default, the USB connection established between an Android device and a computer is limited to file transfer only. Therefore, if you want to use your device for Android application development, you have to make a few configuration changes… Continue reading How to Run Your Application on a Physical Device