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Normally, I’m against listening to music while coding, however, there are times when coding becomes repetitious that doesn’t require much brain horsepower. During those periods of time, I love listening to lo-fi music. My current favorite channel on lo-fi music is Chillhop Music. When there are low intensity tasks for the day, I just plug… Continue reading My favorite music to listen to while coding
For a long time, I had been trapped in an odd lifestyle known in developer circles as the Tutorial hell. I didn’t know what it was until I read about it on Twitter much later. There is a lot of ways to define it, but based on my experience I would define it as something… Continue reading How to identify and beat the dreaded Tutorial Hell
It’s been a long time since I published my last article and I feel I have lost track. I focused on work mostly thus failing to make time for writing. I have made a perfect home office for my work and now I shall make time to share my experience and knowledge here from now… Continue reading Restarting my writing…
In this post, I’m going to explain the various types of SSL/TLS certificates and under which conditions should you use one for your website.
Google’s upcoming Chrome Version 68 due to release on July 18 will mark all HTTP only websites as “Not Secure”.
A “function” in programming terminology, is a group of statements that execute a particular task. There are various types of PHP functions that we’re going to cover in this tutorial. But first, Let’s take an example to understand functions. The abs( mixed $number ) is an inbuilt PHP function which returns the absolute value of… Continue reading Functions in PHP – A Simplified Guide
(Video Transcript) In this short tutorial, I’m going to show you 3 quick and easy ways to install Google Analytics on your WordPress website. Before that lets first quickly set up our google analytics account. Head over to google analytics, On your analytics dashboard, click on Admin in the bottom left corner of the screen.
To build your own WordPress themes and plugins, its a good idea to build and test them on your local WordPress development environment before releasing it to your clients or to the public.
Creating a WordPress theme is a very exciting project, especially when you are curious about how WordPress deals with themes.