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Gantry Framework - Flexible and Powerful Web Platform

Gantry Framework - Flexible and Powerful Web Platform

j960 - Project Hosting on Google Code No more mortal base coding! Creating quality template according to current web strandards will be now easier and shorter. Features accessible HTML-output of core components basic typography rules optional disabling MooTools Customization j960 is developing for next customization. Note: j960 uses semantic corect modules positions "sidebar" and "navigation" to display module content. j960 not includes any traditional position (left, right, user1, etc.). Background j960 has been created based on the 960 Grid System and the Beez template. 960 Grid System is one of the best CSS frameworks. Useful links

Front-end editor plugin for WordPress 4.1 The next WordPress release is planned for December 2014 and WP version 4.1 will have some great features. One of them is a so-called feature plugin that will provide us a front-end editor. This feature was already planned for the current version, but the front-editor wasn’t ready before for the release of WordPress 4.0. I really like the idea to edit my existing post right from the front-end. Today I was curious about the editor features and I installed the plugin (on my version 4.0 test site) to do some tests. The first thing I checked was the compatibility to other WordPress templates. Creating and modifying pages and posts With the plugin enabled the “New” of “Edit” links are replaced with new links which enable the front-end edit mode.Edit and add text Just click with the mouse pointer on the text you like to change and start writing.Formatting text and links Select the text where you like to add a new format or link and a small menu will show up.

Optimizing Your WordPress Database - A Complete Guide Your WordPress database stores all of your website content. This includes blog posts, pages, comments, and custom post types such as links, form entries, and portfolio items. It also stores website settings, theme settings, and plugin settings. If you update your website regularly, your database will grow larger over time. A large database can greatly affect the performance of your website as it takes longer for your server to retrieve information from database tables. By removing unnecessary data, you can improve the efficiency of your database and make your web pages load quicker. Understanding the WordPress Database If you are using WordPress to publish content on the internet, I believe it is in your benefit to have an understanding of the core WordPress database tables; particularly if you are planning on optimizing your WordPress database. WordPress currently has 11 core tables (this could, of course, change in a future version of WordPress). OPTIMIZE TABLE 'wp_posts' Revisions

Stop WordPress Spam comments with my Pro Tips Stop WordPress Spam comments with my Pro Tips Spam comments is one of biggest problem for wordpress sites. It is not new that wordpress sites receives thousands of spam comments every month. When you start with your new wordpress site and start updating it , soon in few days you will see some comments for your post which are not of real people. So why not to make little change in wordpress and Stop WordPress Spam comments ? I will be sharing you pro tips which will prevent your site from getting lots of spam comments. Make changes in Discussion setting I feel make change in Discussion setting is a first step. Install Growmap Anti Spambot Plugin Growmap Anti Spambot Plugin is very useful plugin for bloggers. Growmap Anti Spambot Plugin works very good for me with the default settings given. You can change the text for the check box, and for the messages that get displayed when your commentator forgot to check the box. Link : Growmap Anti Spambot Plugin Install Anti-spam Download Anti-spam

How a four second longer loading time can cause you to lose 50% traffic Few days ago I had the opportunity to witness with my own eyes an extraordinary effect that a slow website can have on your business. On Monday, Sep 15th because of a glitch in our network setup, pages on ManageWP.com were opening about 4 seconds longer than usual. More precisely metric known as ‘time to first byte’ was affected which is basically time before your browser starts rendering any content from the moment you visit a site. Now, I know that I am pretty impatient with sites that take too long to load. I also expected that a few more people are sensitive to this and are likely to simply abandon such site and go somewhere else. But when you run a website visited by people who likely own an Internet business, you are likely to be in the company of many others like me. To be more precise we lost nearly 50% traffic that day. Monday 15th traffic compared to a week before. This is what our site response time looked after the glitch

Backstage Blogera #11: Anatomia szablonu WordPressa, część pierwsza | Naspidowany Zdziwisz się, jak często będziesz chciał zmienić w szablonie swojego bloga jakąś drobną rzecz. Jeśli zrozumiesz, w jaki sposób zbudowany jest szablon WordPressa, nie będziesz miał z tym najmniejszych problemów. Kilka uwag na początek • Pliki szablonu można edytować z poziomu panelu administracyjnego (Wygląd » Edytor), jednak dużo wygodniej użyć do tego celu klienta FTP. Jak to działa Każdy szablon (albo motyw) WordPressa to zestaw plików, który odpowiada za wygląd twojej strony i w dużym stopniu jej funkcjonalność. Świeżo założony blog posiada trzy domyślne szablony, stworzone przez ekipę WordPressa: twentytwelve, twentythirteen i twentyfourteen. Jak widać, mamy tu kilkadziesiąt plików, w większości z rozszerzeniem .php. Podstawowe klocki, które znajdują się na każdej podstronie, to header.php i footer.php, czyli – mówiąc po naszemu – nagłówek i stopka. Najważniejsze jest jednak samo mięcho, czyli treść znajdująca się między nagłówkiem i stopką. Skomplikowane? Polub cykl Backstage Blogera

Customizer: Adding Helpful UI Buttons to the Previewer - Conductor Posted on October 13, 2014 - No Comments In the second post in this series, we’ll show you how to add helpful UI buttons to the Previewer window within the Customizer. It is important to note that the following code snippets will function if placed in a child theme, however they are only presented as examples and may not be ready for production environments. If you’re planning on using these examples in a plugin or theme, you’ll want to make the necessary modifications (i.e. prefixing functions and variables, etc…). Previously we discussed how we are able to communicate back and forth between the Previewer window and the Customizer. Conductor Helper Buttons Our “Helper” buttons appear in the front-end customizer Adding Helper Buttons There are a couple (probably more than that) of different ways to add elements to the Previewer. The first thing that we’re going to do is modify the ‘active’ event callback function and append our button to the <body> element. Triggering a Custom Event Related

Infinite Scroll Instead of having to click a link to get to the next set of posts, infinite scrolling pulls the next posts automatically into view when the reader approaches the bottom of the page. Unlike many of the modules in Jetpack, Infinite Scroll only works with themes that support it. Since each theme is constructed a bit differently, the Infinite Scroll module needs information about the theme to function properly. Read on for detailed instructions on adding support to your theme and using CSS to customize the look. Adding Support Enabling Infinite Scroll is very similar to adding support for post thumbnails or editor styles because we make use of add_theme_support(). If you have a well-crafted theme, like the WordPress default themes, adding Infinite Scroll is a breeze. With that you get a fully functioning infinite scroll experience. footer One of the issues with infinite scroll is that you can’t access the footer of a page, since whenever you approach the end, new posts are loaded. Examples and

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