When you begin wordpress development, dealing with the paths can get extremely confusing. This guide helps you in dealing with absolute and relative links in wordpress.
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WordPress 3.0 came with quite a number of awesome and useful features. That includes native navigational menus, which can be customized through the WordPress admin. (Dashboard –> Appearance –> Menus) . Many themes released nowadays support native menus. Let us learn how to add some Native menu support.
Earlier, we saw the procedure to setup local server environment with XAMPP in Windows and MAMP in Mac. Being a web developer, it is essential to test the web pages & applications on multiple browsers across multiple operating systems, just to make sure of the compatibility. Now, let us see how to work anywhere on the go.
Mac OS X comes with inbuilt web sharing (powered by apache web server). But it lacks the necessary PHP and MySQL required to power the most web applications. It is much easier to install complete solutions such as MAMP or XAMPP, instead of installing MySQL and PHP individually. Come on, Let’s take a look…
So, What’s all the hype about HTML5 and CSS3? CSS 3 is the next version of Cascading style sheets(CSS) module. It includes so many awesome features, but there is not complete browser support yet. You can get very creative with CSS3 effects.
Lets look at three most common(css3) Properties used nowadays. That also means no IE support, as always. IE is still relying on the filters.
- Rounded Corners
- Drop shadow