In this article you'll find everything you need in order to work with the DMXzone Tabs 2 Dreamweaver extension. We covered basic usage such as how to insert it on your page as well as dynamic usage. The tutorials are also available in video format. If you ever experience any troubles working with the extensions, please contact us via the support forums or the Live support during business hours.
In this article you'll find everything you need in order to work with the DMXzone Accordion 2 Dreamweaver extension. We covered basic usage such as how to insert it on your page as well as dynamic usage. The tutorials are also available in video format. If you ever experience any troubles working with the extensions, please contact us via the support forums or the Live support during business hours.
AJAX calls have moved user interaction on the Web a huge step forward: We no longer need to reload the page in response to each user input. Using AJAX, we can call specific procedures on the server and update the page based on the returned values, giving our applications fast interactivity. What AJAX calls do not cover are updates from the server, which are needed for the modern real-time and collaborative Web. This need for updates covers use cases ranging from a couple of users collaboratively editing a document to the notification of potentially millions of readers of a news website that a goal has been scored in a World Cup match.
This article walks through a sample use case for test automation and provides a downloadable example to get you started. Also, we’ll focus on different aspects of mobile test automation and explain how this relatively new yet popular topic can help mobile app and game developers to build better, more robust products for consumers. With the advanced example later in the article, we’ll show how image recognition can be used to test mobile games; specifically, we’ll run Appium’s test automation framework against Supercell’s Clash of Clan game to illustrate how image recognition can be built into the test-automation process.
In this article you'll find all the information you need in order to install and work with Animated Thumbnail Gallery 2 extension. We covered basic as well as advanced usage of the tool, which contains easy insert on your pages and also creating gallery from a dynamic source. The tutorial are also available in video format. If you experience any troubles, while using the extensions, call us on the Live support or write in the extension forums.
The theme framework you've built will be used as a parent theme in the sites you develop. This means that in each case you'll need to create a child theme to create a unique site with its own design and with extra or different functions compared to the framework. The obvious way to go about this is to dive in and start creating template files in your child theme to override those in the framework, but thanks to the action and filter hooks you've added to your framework, this might not always be the best approach.
In this article you'll find all the information you'll need in order to learn how to work with DMXzone Lightbox 2. We covered everything from basic insert of lightbox link and thumbnail to creating galleries and supplying them from a dynamic source. All tutorials are also available in video format to watch. If you experience any troubles working with the extension, please contact us via the support forum or the Live support for further assistance.
In case you didn’t notice, the CSS analysis site cssstats.com received an overhaul recently. It’s a beautifully designed tool that gives you a lot of objective insight into your code, but how can you make the best use of CSS statistics? What should you shoot for? What do they mean, and how can you use them day-to-day? Today, we’re going to talk about CSS best practices, specificity and maintainability, plus you’ll learn how to properly interpret and make better use of CSS statistics. Let’s dive in!
In the previous parts of this series, we went through 20 WordPress
filters. In this tutorial, we're going to continue the trend and
review another batch of them and follow along examples with each. the article features filtering the default gallery style, filtering the attachment URLs, setting the default content type for email, saving the IP address of the commenter and more...
In the previous parts of this series, we went through 20 WordPress filters. In this tutorial, we're going to see another batch of them and do examples with each. The article features filtering the search query, setting compression quality for uploaded Images, filtering the text widget, filtering the feed content and more.