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Modals for All: Making Your Website Accessible to Everyone

Hey there! Today, I want to talk to you about web accessibility and the modal component. First things first, what is web accessibility? Web accessibility refers to the practice of making websites usable by as many people as possible. This includes individuals with disabilities, such as those who are visually impaired or have mobility impairments. […]

Creating Accessible Tabs: Best Practices for Web Developers

Hello friend! As a web developer, I know that creating accessible and cross-browser compatible websites is crucial for ensuring that all users can access and use the content and features of a site. In this article, I will discuss some best practices for creating web accessibility tabs. First, let’s talk about web accessibility. One of […]

Detect AJAX requests

How to detect an Ajax event on a page

Sometimes there is a situation to perform a task after performing a Ajax request.

Detect an element is in the viewport

Detect an element is in the viewport [jQuery, HTML, CSS]

Sometimes there is a task of detect whether a block is in the viewing area on screen. So, I want to show you a simple version of the script, which detects whether a block is in the viewport.

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Easy creation of a simple plugin in WordPress

Need Plugin in WordPress? As a WordPress developer, I have created many plugins and learned a lot about how to create a simple one from scratch. In this article, I will share with you the steps I follow to create a simple plugin that includes a menu item called “Test Plugin”, a database table, and […]

Removing id attributes from link and script tags in WordPress site

As a WordPress developer, I understand the importance of clean, efficient code. That’s why I want to share my recent discovery on removing id attributes from link and script tags in WordPress. Id attributes in HTML code can cause unnecessary bloat and slow down the site’s performance. That’s why I created a function to remove […]

Working with the WordPress database: wpdb class

Hey! Welcome to our tutorial on working with the WordPress database using the wpdb class. In this tutorial, we’ll be going over the basics of creating tables, adding, updating, and editing data in your WordPress site’s database. First, let’s start with creating a table. To do this, we’ll use the $wpdb->query() method, which allows us […]

Easily Create a Custom Post Type in WordPress

Hey there! So you’re looking to create a custom post type in WordPress, huh? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Creating a custom post type is a great way to organize and present different types of content on your website. It’s also a good way to separate content from the default “post” and “page” […]