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January 14, 2018 / by Ariful Islam Shaon / Views 1,056 times. 0

Renaming “localhost” URL to custom URL in WAMP or XAMPP

Web Programmer and Developer are very much familiar with the local development environment URL “localhost”. But seeing the same URL sometimes made us boring and wish to have a custom URL. Many of you may have the desire that instead of “localhost”, it could be something else! Right? Let’s figure out the new URL first, […]

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Adding new language in Q-Translate
August 15, 2017 / by Ariful Islam Shaon / Views 2,844 times. 2

How to enable and add a new language in Q-Translate

In my previous article, I wrote about the installation and configuration of Q-Translate plugin. Now it’s time to dig into deeper. Today, I’m going to write about the process of activating/enabling an additional language and the process of adding a completely new language that is not present in the plugin system. Let’s BEGINS… Activating/enabling additional […]

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Q-Translate to Multilingual
August 13, 2017 / by Ariful Islam Shaon / Views 2,057 times. 2

How to install and configure Q-Translate WordPress plugin

Despite being having many other translators, I like Q-Translate for it easy to use and flexible feature, and yes it’s completely free rather than other. Here, I’m going to start a series of posts that would let you know everything about Q-Translate plugin system – installation, configuration and integration with any theme that supports Multilingual […]

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Multiple headers and footer in wordpress
July 4, 2017 / by Ariful Islam Shaon / Views 1,867 times. 0

How to create multiple headers and footers file and fetch their data in WordPress

In WordPress, there are plenty of things we still don’t know. One of them is creating “multiple headers and footers” files and fetch their data. Sounds new to you? Maybe! Before I’m going to clear the thing, I assume you have a solid understanding of WordPress template system with header.php, footer.php and get_header(), get_footer() templates […]

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Responsive web design images simply must scale to fit common devices in the modern age.
August 5, 2016 / by Ariful Islam Shaon / Views 2,271 times. 0

One Size Fits Some: A Guide to Responsive Web Design Image Solutions

As mobile and tablet devices come closer to achieving final world domination, web design and technology is in a race to accommodate the ever-growing number of screen sizes. However, devising tools to meet the challenges of this phenomenon brings a whole new set of problems, with one of the latest buzzwords to emerge being “responsive […]

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Shiv, shim, and polyfill? Thank goodness most smartphones do not support Flash!
August 3, 2016 / by Ariful Islam Shaon / Views 2,142 times. 0

Responsive Design Is Not Enough, We Need Responsive Performance

Recently I’ve been running into a lot of responsive websites with a lot of performance issues. On most of them, the issues are so evident that they’re almost useless on anything besides the latest generation of smartphones. Considering the fact that responsiveness as a concept is intended to reach a wider audience, this seems rather […]

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So Where Should I Start
July 30, 2016 / by Ariful Islam Shaon / Views 2,894 times. 0

Introduction to Responsive Web Design: Pseudo-Elements, Media Queries, and More

Nowadays, your website will be visited by a wide variety of devices: desktops with large monitors, mid-sized laptops, tablets, smartphones, and more. To achieve an optimal user experience as a front-end engineer, your site should adjust its layout in response to these varied devices (i.e., to their varied screen resolutions and dimensions). The process of […]

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