How to Build Better Contact Forms

Contact forms are everywhere. They give prospects and readers an easy way to reach out to you. If you’re offering services, you can use contact forms to collect all kinds of important information from prospective clients. And if you run a magazine-style blog, your contact form can save you from having to sift through the Just to say Hi! emails and the important ones manually. While they’re used on just about every website, designing functional, good-looking forms with conversion optimization...
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10 Best Sass Mixins for Web Developers

Currently, Sass is the most popular CSS preprocessor among web developers. It allows you to introduce programmatic logic to your CSS code and make use of advanced features such as variables, mixins, functions, inheritance, nesting, and others. Mixins are probably the most popular feature of Sass, as they let you create groups of CSS declarations that you can easily reuse whenever you need. With mixins, you can save a lot of time, avoid repetitions, and make your code more readable. In this article,...

How to Add Custom CSS to Your WordPress Website (4 Methods Explored)

There are so many websites on the Internet that look pretty much the same. The good news is that if you’re using WordPress, you’ll be able to customize the appearance of your theme and personalize it by tweaking its style sheets. There are many ways you can modify your site’s CSS. And in this post, we’ll show you four different ways to customize your WordPress site’s CSS – using the built-in theme customizer, editing your theme’s style.css file, using a plugin, and child themes. We’ll...

16 Best wp-config Snippets for WordPress

The wp-config file is one of the most important files in your WordPress install. You can use it to customize your site to suit your needs. With wp-config, you can make your WordPress site more secure, enforce best practices, reduce page load time, optimize your database, and perform many other customizations. You can find the wp-config.php file in the root folder of your WordPress install. The root folder is usually the public_html directory on live servers. In this article, we'll take a look at the...

5 Best Cross-Platform Code Editors for Web Developers

Code editors are probably the most important tools of web developers. Finding one that best fits your workflow and goals, and has all the features you need can save you a lot of time and significantly improve your code quality. In this article, I will show you the five best cross-platform code editors for web developers. All of them run on the three major operating systems, Windows, Linux, and OS X. The features you will need mainly depend on your working style, current coding knowledge, and the kind of...

How to Change the WordPress Database Prefix to Improve Security

WordPress is a dynamic content management system that stores your website’s content – posts, pages, themes, and plugins – in a database. And since the database contains important information (such as your login credentials), it’s no surprise that it is a popular hacker target. Hackers develop SQL injections, automated scripts, and other malicious code to attack various databases, break into websites, or publish spam comments. For this reason, it’s very important that you protect...

14 Best .htaccess Snippets for WordPress

A .htaccess file is a distributed Apache server configuration file in which you can give commands to your server about how to serve your website. It can be used for many different kinds of configuration, such as security settings, directory protection, pretty permalinks, redirecting and rewriting URLs, and others. The main .htaccess file can be found in your root directory, inside the public_html folder on live servers. However, it's possible to set up a .htaccess file inside other directories...

8 Best Security Plugins for WordPress

Being the most popular content management system in the world, WordPress is also one of the favorite targets of hackers. Therefore, using a reliable security plugin on your WordPress site is literally the most important site management tasks you need to perform. Experts usually recommend making security plugin installation top priority whenever you start a new WordPress site. Most attacks targeting WordPress are not against a particular website but intend to exploit common vulnerabilities....
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