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Free psd. Freelancer. Tonton. Nice webs. Social apps. Lectures x ordenar. Imagestock. Html5. News. Literatura. Utilities. Email marketing. Web Development. 30 Unofficial Redesigns of Popular Social Media Sites. Web Design projects on Behance. FeTEL. Darwin: A 1993 Film by Peter Greenaway. Hablando en corto: Documentos. Más allá del blog: otros documentos y recursos sobre marketing y medios online.

Hablando en corto: Documentos

LinkedIn y marca personal: más allá del curriculum Contenido de la charla impartida ante la European Professional Women's Network el 11 de diciembre de 2013. En ella analicé cómo optimizar el perfil personal en LinkedIn, cómo reflejar adecuadamente la trayectoria profesional, el valor de la recomendación, cómo utilizar las actualizaciones de perfil, por qué participar en grupos de debate y cómo fortalecer y enriquecer la red de contactos. 5 DevTools features to help you debug your WebApp — Adnane Belmadiaf's Blog. DevTools is a powerful tool than can made developing WebApp easier, it has a lot of features some of them are still experimental and you need to enable them in the Breakpoints Breakpoint are related to the JavaScript code, it let's you halt the JavaScript code execution and inspect the current environment.

5 DevTools features to help you debug your WebApp — Adnane Belmadiaf's Blog

You can set them by simply going the "Source" tab, then select the JS file you want to debug , find the line you want to set a breakpoint on, then click the line number to apply a breakpoint : The DevTools also supports conditional breakpoints. DOM Breakpoints The DevTools can also be used to set breakpoints on the DOM elements direclty, just right click on the element you want to break on, then select the option you want : monitorEvents The Devtools has a built function called monitorEvents, it lets you monitor objects for mouse, key, touch or control events : Pretty Print Pretty Print is a handy feature for debugging minified JavaScript. Les Tourelles. Des séminaires oxygénants Une salle de séminaire pour 30 personnes, avec tout le matériel nécessaire et... de nombreuses activités de plein air pour les moments de détente.

Plus d'info. Un salon-bar convivial Un salon et un bar pour boire le thé, pour jouer au Scrabble, pour le silence d'un moment de lecture, ou pour apprécier un whisky rare. Une plage belle et calme. CSS3: Listado de Media Queries para dispositivos móviles. jQuery. Xml35. Kanban. Photo image aspect Ratio Calculator (ARC) Use the form below to calculate the missing value for a particular aspect ratio.

photo image aspect Ratio Calculator (ARC)

This is useful, for example, when resizing photos or video. <p><strong style="color: #c00;">You must have JavaScript enabled to use this page. </strong></p> Instructions Enter the values for the original width (W1) & original height (H1) on the left. Formula Say you have a photo that is 1600 x 1200 pixels, but your blog only has space for a photo 400 pixels wide. (original height / original width) x new width = new height (1200 / 1600) x 400 = 300 Note: this is the new, improved version.

Andrew.hedges.name / experiments / Aspect Ratio Calculator. Implementing Secure Passwords in PHP 5.5. Introduction PHP has always had a few simple ways to implement password hashing to an extent.

Implementing Secure Passwords in PHP 5.5

MD5 and SHA1 are examples of this, but the security of these methods is not what it should be. Many developers use MD5 and SHA1 without even adding a SALT, which is a string that helps to add complexity to the application. Some developers use something as awful as base 64 encoding and decoding simply because they can be easily manipulated. Which responsive images solution should you use?

There are a bunch of techniques going around for dealing with responsive images lately.

Which responsive images solution should you use?

That is, solutions to help us serve the right image for the occasion (e.g. size of screen and bandwidth available). They all do things a bit differently. To keep track, Christopher Schmitt and I have created this spreadsheet of techniques. The spreadsheet has the data, but let's digest it through thinking about it through the lens of practical questions. » Getting all JavaScript into the Footer in WordPress? Not so fast, Buster! Cloud Four Blog. [toc title="JavaScript in Footer"] Warning: Technical WordPress post ahead!

» Getting all JavaScript into the Footer in WordPress? Not so fast, Buster! Cloud Four Blog

Overview: Really Getting JavaScript Into the Footer Quoth the WordPress Version 2.8 feature list: – Improvements to the script loader: allows plugins to queue scripts for the front end head and footer, adds hooks for server side caching of compressed scripts, adds support for ENFORCE_GZIP constant (deflate is used by default since it’s faster) At the time, I thought Wow, cool. Enable HTML code in WordPress Widget Titles. WordPress widgets don’t allow HTML code by default.

Enable HTML code in WordPress Widget Titles

With the snippet below, you’ll be able to use basic HTML styling tags (even span tags) in WordPress widget titles. Put it in your functions.php file. My snippet above is a modified and expanded version of the one I found on WP-Snippets.com. Notice the option for span tags (last 2 in the snippet), which you could wrangle with your theme’s style.css. Featured Plugin - WordPress Pop-Up Chat Plugin No javascript required, no third part chat engine, just fully featured chat right in your own database on your own WP sites - couldn't be easier. Find out more The title text I used for each widget shown above can be viewed here: Here’s the CSS code used in the screenshot for the colored span widget titles (in Twenty Eleven’s style.css): Best practice is to use a child theme for your theme customizations, including functions.php and style.css. Featured Plugin - WordPress Q&A Site Plugin. Generate WordPress Post Type. Justin Vincent — About.

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Justin Vincent — About

Maximise your downtime by listening to us while you code, commute or do the dishes! I am a developer, entrepreneur and tech chat-show host. In a previous life I was a musician. I’ve been coding stuff on the web since 1994. During that time I’ve built, launched and marketed quite a few mobile and web apps. dFactory.