Embedding a video into HTML website seems an easy task, but there really are lots of aspects to take into consideration when you insert a video:
- File size and format (extensions and codecs)
- Browser and platform compatibility
- User internet connection (mobile vs desktop devices)
- Server resources (bandwidth, CPU, RAM)
- Privacy and data owning
- Content visibility and engagement
Therefore, depending on where you will insert the video and the application you use, you will be affected by some of the above or not. So let’s get our hands on it and do a step by step research about what is the simplest way to embed a video. Continue reading “How to embed video into a website – Ultimate tutorial”
I have recently used prettyPhoto for a project and I have to admit that it is a great tool to have in hand when it comes to modal pop-ups.
It has lots of types of content support and it is really simple to customize. prettyPhoto also comes with lots of features and 5 built-in themes…
- minimal theme – which will add here with minimal and pure CSS
I prefer a default minimal and simple theme for prettyPhoto and the ability to add stuff if I need it and not the opposite. So this is my little CSS to create a simple theme for prettyPhoto Continue reading “PrettyPhoto Minimal Theme – a pure CSS prettyPhoto simple theme”
When you encounter the error “Invalid request (Malformed HTTP request)” in the console and “net::ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE” in Chrome Dev Tools while making an AJAX POST request, it usually indicates an issue with the request itself or the server’s response. Here are some common reasons and troubleshooting steps to help you resolve the problem:
Continue reading “AJAX POST request: Invalid request (Malformed HTTP request) on console and net::ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE on chrome dev tools”
Just a quick note here. To
explode() a string using multiple delimiters in PHP you will have to make use of the regular expressions. Use pipe character to separate your delimiters.
$chunks = preg_split('/(de1|del2|del3)/',$string,-1, PREG_SPLIT_NO_EMPTY);
There are also various flags you can use as optional: Continue reading “Using preg_split() to explode() by multiple delimiters in PHP”
The problem is quite simple…you just want to count a specific tag on a page and insert some content. After or before it’s just a matter of perspective. So let’s say you want an ad, for example, to be inserted, after the fourth H2 tag.
So let’s go and insert an ad code or any other content block after some HTML tag. Here we have a simple PHP function:
Continue reading “How to use PHP to insert content after or before HTML tag”
The authorization code grant methods, should be very familiar if you’ve ever signed into an application using your Facebook or Google account.
The flow is quite simple. The application redirects the user to the authorization server >> the user will then be asked to log in to the authorization server and >> approve access to his data. And if the user approves the application >> he will be redirected back to the application. Continue reading “Simple OAuth2 authorization code grant example using PHP and cURL”
Did you know that the default wordpress tags, labels or keywords from the sidebar can have a huge impact on your website? Well it does.
Beginning with Version 2.8, the default tag limit in wordpress is set to 45, witch is quite large and can definitely affect PageRank on small blogs with less PageRank to spread around. However the net affect can still be helpful on high authority blogs. Continue reading “Limit the number of keywords in WordPress tag cloud to control PageRank”
What is URI
A URI identifies a resource either by location, or a name, or both. More often than not, most of us use URIs that defines a location to a resource. The fact that a URI can identify a resources by both name and location has lead to a lot of the confusion in my opinion. A URI has two specializations known as URL and URN. Continue reading “URL vs. URI vs. URN, What’s the difference / examples”
Child themes are very popular these days. We will create a simple child theme for the Twenty Sixteen, one of the main standard WordPress themes.
To get started we will create a folder and we will name it
twentysixteen-child . Then we will create a style.css inside this folder. Continue reading “Build your own WordPress Twenty Sixteen Child Theme”
In this tutorial we will create a modal window using only HTML5 and CSS3 properties. The techniques used to create a functional modal box are CSS3’s transition, opacity, pointer-event, and background gradient properties.
Continue reading “Create a modal window using pure HTML5 and CSS3”
So, as mentioned above, supposedly the new Toolbar is meant to be impossible to remove. The reason for this is that the new Toolbar is a combination between the old Admin Bar and the Dashboard Header.
If you remove the Toolbar, then you are effectively removing the Dashboard Header, which is something the folks at WordPress don’t think you should be doing. Continue reading “Remove admin bar wordpress backend and frontend”