- Dynamic Sender Profile
- Great article: I spent 3 months applying to jobs after a coding bootcamp. Here’s what I learned.
- WordPress and jQuery AJAX … and some PHP
- Using “jQuery” instead of “$” in WordPress
- Background images in Outlook. It ain’t pretty, but it works…sort of
- ExactTarget AMPscript – data extension stuff
- AMPscript – Count records in data extension, show percentages
- Add menu to theme in WordPress
- CSS Font-Size: em vs. px vs. pt vs. percent
- Get absolute path of website using PHP
- WordPress asking for FTP info when trying to install plugins, themes, updates, etc.
- Does image file size in emails effect deliverability?
- Quick Start: GSAP and Adobe Animate CC
- HTML5 banners ad examples – Rising Stars
- HTML5 for Digital Advertising – IAB
- HTML5 banners – Google Doubleclick – DCM
- HTML5 DCM (DoubleClick) banners
- Is object in viewport?
- How To Start Your Own PHP MVC Framework In 4 Steps?
- ExactTarget – Send Classifications
- Why I DON’T hate Dreamweaver
- Introduction to Angular.js in 50 Examples
- HTML5 Canvas for Absolute Beginners
- HTML5 Banner Ads – Greensock.com
- Reaper :: create a MIDI track
- Pulling data from a data extension like a Relational table
- Import data into a data extension using FTP
- Adding possessive apostrophe to names – AMPscript
- Send Email Using SMTP And PHP Mailer
- Email subject lines – how many characters are viewable
- Default Track FX
- Item Notes
- Reaper – Envelopes
- Getting started with Reaper audio
- JQuery Ajax method: POST not working Windows servers
- Adding (subject line) actions to Gmail using Schemas
- Email Dev: Outlook 2007 and padding
- 9 Problems With WordPress You Didn’t Know About (And How to Fix Them)
- How to view your server PHP settings – phpinfo()
- Sending mixed-type messages with PEAR::Mail_Mime
- A Complete Guide to Flexbox
- PHP – read text file and get contents
- PHP – Connect to database
- Web fonts not showing up on your WordPress site?
- Websites With Beautiful Video Headers
- Get you LAN IP
Tag Archives: WordPress
In jQuery, the dollar sign character ($) is a shortcut used to represent “jQuery”. You can start your expressions like this: $(‘.content’).css(‘color’,’red’); But, other JS libraries and frameworks also use this character, so with WordPress you must use “JQuery” instead … Continue reading
I was having this issue with a site and the fix was to add the FTP info to the wp-config.php file. Keep in mind that I had FTP info that worked using an FTP client, but that same info did … Continue reading
Great post from themetrust.com about WordPress security and performance. themetrust.com/9-problems-with-wordpress-you-didnt-know-about-and-how-to-fix-them
Don’t you hate it when you spend 30 minutes on an issue, and when you finally find the answer, you go… oh yea, now I remember? I had some custom fonts on my site that I was loading using @font-face. … Continue reading
Very important WordPress security tips. https://www.corephp.com/blog/15-advanced-security-tips-to-make-your-wordpress-site-bulletproof/
In the root folder of the site, look for a file called wp-config.php.
Pretty clear article on making a basic WordPress theme from existing HTML. https://thethemefoundry.com/blog/html-wordpress/
Remove search box from main nav menu: Go to ‘Appearance > Editor > Header (header.php) Find the following close to the end: <?php get_search_form(); ?> Remove it, or, replace it with the follow: <!– <?php get_search_form(); ?> –>
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