Firebug is one of those must haves if you are a web developer. It, along with many other Firefox extensions, is what made me switch from Internet Explorer. The plug-in I will talk about today is Firebug. You can download it from getfirebug.com and you will immediately fall in love. Out of the box, Firebug contains many useful “tabs” called Console, HTML, CSS, Script, DOM, and Net. In this article, I’ll detail the true power of each of these tabs.
Hi, everyone! This is just a friendly reminder that you only have one day left to enter the screencast and “New Year” competitions. So hurry up; you’re running out of time!
Starting with the former; the top five screencasts submitted by January 31, 11:59 pm (Central Time) will receive a minimum of $150. The latter is offering $300 cash to the authors of the best ten templates that are submitted in January.
Hi everyone. In an effort to improve the quality of our Joomla category, we’ll be making a few changes. First, we’re offering $60 cash to the first five accepted Joomla templates, beginning February 1! Second, we’ll be making some slight price changes.
Recently, it seems there has been some worry about file and theme piracy occurring at ThemeForest. On a positive note, this is a sign that ThemeForest continues to grow more successful each day, and the themes involved are in higher demand. On a very negative note, this unfortunately means some authors themes are being stolen and redistributed. Before I go any farther, I know what most of you are thinking, “There is absolute way to keep piracy from occurring on ThemeForest!”. I couldn’t agree with you more. However, while we cannot stop the piracy, we as authors can take certain steps to discourage theme piracy. Security and usability are two things that always must be balanced. Today, we will have a look at some options and steps you can take to deter file piracy.
You asked, and we responded! Due to high demand, we’re launching a new video series that will run alongside the “Diving into PHP” screencasts. It is our hope that these two series, viewed back-to-back, will turn you into a dynamite PHP/WordPress designer.
Continuing on from yesterday, we’re going to take a look at how to pass multiple values from page to page. We’ll then use the “print_r” function and the “foreach” statement to display the information accordingly.
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