Tips to Make WordPress Web Design Mobile-Friendly

For some time, people who owned and ran WordPress websites thought of being mobile-friendly as more than an option than a necessity. That changed a couple of years ago when the mobile user population surpassed the number of desktop users. With the gap widening with each passing year, it would seem foolhardy for webmasters to …
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How to Monitor User Activity in WordPress

Running a multi-author blog is quite challenging when it comes to WordPress security. Every time users make changes, publish new content, change settings of your site, moderate comments etc. How can you know the behavior of your users? By default, WordPress doesn’t come up with a function that allows you to monitor user activities and …
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Adopting TDD for an Existing Plugin

Test-driven development (TDD) is a philosophy of software development that is based on writing tests before writing a feature or bug fix. This is a big difference in terms of how you think about development. I find it to be very hard to move to TDD, both because it’s a different mental model and because …
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7 Bootstrap Tactics You Need To Know

If you’ve done any work in web development so far, then chances are very good that you’ve heard of Bootstrap. Basically, Bootstrap is a popular CSS, HTML, and JS framework that is used for developing a fast and responsible mobile project on the web. Bootstrap can be divided into three primary files: 1. Bootstrap.css, 2. …
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