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  • How to Display Ad Blocks in Specific Posts in WordPress

    Do we wish to arrangement ad blocks within specific WordPress posts? This ad chain allows we to uncover ads when your users are rarely intent with a content. In this article, we will uncover we how to simply arrangement ad blocks in specific WordPress posts but essay any formula or violation your site. Why Display […]

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  • How to Easily Add Custom Code in WordPress (without Breaking Your Site)

    Often while reading WordPress tutorials, we might be asked to supplement tradition formula snippets in your theme’s functions.php record or in a site-specific plugin. The problem is that even a smallest mistake can mangle your website. In this article, we will uncover we an easy approach to supplement tradition formula in WordPress though violation your […]

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  • From Marine Corps Veteran to Front End Developer: Billy Le’s Operation Code Story

    Faye Bridgewrites on July 5, 2017 Since the launch of the Treehouse Scholarship program last year, we’ve got to know the founders of non-profit organizations and been introduced to some incredibly inspiring scholarship recipients. Over the last few weeks, we’ve had the opportunity to speak to some of the veterans from Operation Code, a nonprofit organization that helps military […]

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  • 15 Top PHP Coding Tutorials, Tips and Tricks

    PHP is a widely-used scripting language that is suited for web development and can be embedded into HTML. PHP is used in many websites on the internet. We have compiled a list of 15 top PHP coding tutorials and tips / tricks  to help you better understand it. These should keep you busy for a while. […]

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  • Operation Code: Connecting Veterans with Code Skills

    Linnea Schulenburgwrites on July 3, 2017 Last year, we launched the Treehouse Scholarship program for like-minded, nonprofit organizations who provide support for those with disabilities, economic hardships, underrepresented populations and veterans. As it’s the 4th of July this week, we wanted to tell the story of one of our scholarship recipient organizations, Operation Code, which […]

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  • 10 Fantastic Email Newsletter Designs With Free Source Code

    Designing a newsletter can be tough. Not only do you need knowledge and understanding of how users/readers expect content to be delivered to them, you also have the headache of making the layout compatible with all of the many emails clients. It helps if you study the layouts of existing newsletters to get an understanding […]

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  • What Does a Well-Documented CSS Codebase Look Like?

    In the front-end community, there is a lot of attention related to documenting JavaScript. That’s not so much the case with CSS. Often times I feel like lost when I join a project with minimal or no CSS documentation. Even though CSS is relatively easy to write, it can be quite hard to maintain. The […]

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  • Another Look At Webydo: Professional Websites Without Code

    Noupe readers have known Webydo for a while. We had already introduced you to the web design software in 2013. Today, we want to take a look at how the website builder has evolved since then. 2013 was an exciting year for Webydo. While the system already existed for two years at that point, the public […]

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  • jQuery and Ajax – Ready to use code snippets for every day

    jQuery and Ajax – Ready to use code snippets for every day The term AJAX was coined twelve years ago to describe a method of retrieving data from a server without requiring a page refresh. Amongst many other amazing features, jQuery is known for making the whole AJAX process way simpler. In this article, I […]

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  • Why Its Time to Start Buying Code and Themes on Codester

    In any job, there’s always a certain amount of repetition. For some, it’s in how they answer the phone. For others, it’s in how they set up a shop before the store opens every day. For web designers and developers, repetition comes in a different form. Being tasked with the job of creating unique websites […]

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  • Analyze Any Website’s Codes with CSS Dig Chrome Extension

    There’s a lot you can do with Chrome DevTools from editing live websites to studying detailed HTTP requests. But, the ability to analyze CSS patterns is not baked into the console. With CSS Dig, you can analyze all CSS selectors, specificity, and unique properties of any web page right from Chrome. This extension is totally […]

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  • This Site Shares Open Source Code from Various US Government Projects

    The open source movement grows larger every year with thousands of new projects and teams added into the mix. This movement is so large that even the US government has joined with Code.gov. 10 Ways You Can Contribute to The Open Source Community 10 Ways You Can Contribute to The Open Source Community Open source […]

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  • Accelerated Learning to Code

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  • Tips for Atom Code Editor

    For some of my tutorials, we use a Atom Code Editor. It’s not as easy as Coda, though it does yield a LOT some-more coherence in terms of pattern and customization. Over a final integrate of years, I’ve collected a handful of useful tips and tricks for dialing in a ideal Atom environment. Well, ideal […]

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  • My Journey Of Learning Programming Through Flatiron School #19

    My name is Mason Ellwood, and I’m currently working on Flatiron School’s Online Full Stack Web Development Program. Each week, I’ll be writing about my experience, what I’m learning, and tips on learning to code. Back at it, SQL! Last post we created a database and learned how to add information to the database using […]

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  • My Journey Of Learning Programming Through Flatiron School #18

    My name is Mason Ellwood, and I’m currently working on Flatiron School’s Online Full Stack Web Development Program. Each week, I’ll be writing about my experience, what I’m learning, and tips on learning to code. Last post we talked about SQL, SQLite, and creating a database. This allowed us to get a little more comfortable […]

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  • My Journey Of Learning Programming Through Flatiron School #17

    My name is Mason Ellwood, and I’m currently working on Flatiron School’s Online Full Stack Web Development Program. Each week, I’ll be writing about my experience, what I’m learning, and tips on learning to code. In this post I am going to be skipping through a lot of material that was covered within The Flatiron […]

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  • PSD to HTML / WordPress: Awesome Design to Code Services For Non-Coders

      Web designers prefer the aesthetics of website building. They enjoy working with, and creating, things of beauty. It could be argued that coders see beauty in the art of programming, and bringing a design to life. But to some designers, coding may seem a labor-intensive, time-consuming activity. Which is not entirely true. When code […]

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  • My Journey Of Learning Programming Through Flatiron School #15

    My name is Mason Ellwood, and I’m currently working on Flatiron School’s Online Full Stack Web Development Program. Each week, I’ll be writing about my experience, what I’m learning, and tips on learning to code. Last post I got to introduce the concept of Object Oriented Programming with Ruby. This concept, at least for me, […]

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  • Best Design to Code Services for You in 2017

    Most web designers prefer to stick to the artistic side of website building; leaving development to others. Even designers having a knowledge of coding think that the practice should be left to those who do it for a living. They also realize that user-friendliness, cross-browser compatibility, speed, and semantic are of greater importance than a […]

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