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40 Killer Cheat Sheets for WordPress Developers 16inShare Developing a WordPress theme from scratch does not have to be difficult. But you do need to know about various technologies to build a sophisticated theme. It is very much the same case if you are interested in heavily modifying your existing theme. These cheat sheets should help you get a refresher on some of these web technologies. PHP Cheat Sheets

Getting to Work with CSS3 Power Tools CSS3 is one of the coolest new web technologies available to web developers right now. Using some of its many features, it is possible to reproduce the effects that you might have previously done in Photoshop, with CSS code that is more maintainable, faster to load, and hip with the latest trends. Read on to learn about the power tools available to you and how to combine them to produce the ultimate graphical effects. CSS3 has many features, but some of them are imperative to learn if you are going to be reproducing Photoshop-like effects.

Going Live with Your Application Once you've finished coding and debugging your application (including testing all your PayPal API calls in the Sandbox), go live by moving your application to PayPal's production environment. To take your application live: Ensure your application adheres to the PayPal Application Policies and Guidelines.Update the Sandbox API credentials in your PayPal calls to those assigned to a live PayPal account.Update your PayPal endpoints from the Sandbox to the PayPal production servers.Register your application with PayPal.If your application makes use of Adaptive operations, obtain a live AppID.Go Live ! This document describes how to move your application to the live PayPal environment and how to create an application that provides a secure and dependable user experience. It covers the following sections:

JavaScript 101 Introduction I've written this very brief guide to JavaScript just as an aid for people new to the language and who need a basic starting point to see what the syntax looks like and to get a feeling for some of its features. This article's main purpose is to give readers new to the language a glimpse of the JavaScript environment and to hopefully spur them onto further reading/learning. What is JavaScript JavaScript is a scripting language - this means it is not compiled (like traditional software languages like C or C++) but is executed 'line by line' via its host environment at run time (the host environment can be: Web Browser, Server, Command Line, Desktop). Terminology

Preparing the Basic Structure - Spontaneous ∂erivation Wiki Notes The structure for ePub is more strict than for Mobipocket or, indeed, many other ebook formats. Here’s a step-by-step guide. After this, you might want to copy this directory and its contents somewhere else so you can use it as a template instead of doing this annoying thing over and over again.

Template Villa - Wordpress Blog Hello! If you are interested in CSS4 levels you’re completely right here! In CSS4-selectors you can find information about the coming Cascading Style Sheets Level 4, which is currently only a W3C working paper, but the first modern web browsers already implemented or are parties to implement this new specification! Controller (The Symfony Book) A controller is a PHP function you create that takes information from the HTTP request and constructs and returns an HTTP response (as a Symfony Response object). The response could be an HTML page, an XML document, a serialized JSON array, an image, a redirect, a 404 error or anything else you can dream up. The controller contains whatever arbitrary logic your application needs to render the content of a page. See how simple this is by looking at a Symfony controller in action.

Debugging Asynchronous JavaScript with Chrome DevTools - HTML5 Rocks Introduction A powerful feature that makes JavaScript unique is its ability to work asynchronously via callback functions. Assigning async callbacks let you write event-driven code but it also makes tracking down bugs a hair pulling experience since the JavaScript is not executing in a linear fashion. Luckily, now in Chrome DevTools, you can view the full call stack of asynchronous JavaScript callbacks!

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