Tag Archives: PHP

WordPress Widget via Animated Emoji Button Above the Fold Tutorial

We have a dual purpose blog posting today that … continues on the WordPress Calendar Widget WordPress Link to Iframe via Calendar Widget Above the Fold Tutorial “above the fold” theme, extending the coding logic to handle other widgets that … Continue reading

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WordPress Link to Iframe via Calendar Widget Above the Fold Tutorial

As a web application programmer, it may seem a pretty obvious aim (or User Experience (UX) stratagem) in programming life, to seek to place functionality “above the fold” (ie. within an initial screen height and width view). The “above the … Continue reading

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WordPress Link to Iframe via Calendar Widget Mobile Tutorial

Try controlling the size of an HTML iframe in tight confines on a mobile platform, and perhaps you get the feeling of trying to tame a brumby. We tried some horse whispering for an hour but got precisely nowhere, and … Continue reading

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WordPress Link to Iframe via Calendar Widget Primer Tutorial

Calendar functionality in web applications can be very useful. To organize data in a chronological order makes a lot of sense given the lives we live here on Earth where we are able to rely on the sun rising every … Continue reading

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Renaming Scenario in Single Folder Primer Tutorial

The renaming of files in any automated or bulk or batch line of thinking … is most often tackled with server applications, not web applications … due to security risks … true with today’s work below too with the difference … Continue reading

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Ajax FormData Javascript JSON Parse and Stringify Primer Tutorial

For the most part, adding onto yesterday’s PHP JSON Decode and Encode Primer Tutorial with today’s clientside “Ajax FormData Javascript JSON Parse and Stringify” thinking we could have started afresh with an HTML codebase, except for one thing in the … Continue reading

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PHP JSON Decode and Encode Primer Tutorial

PHP and Javascript can form a potent mix of serverside and clientside interplay for web applications. As a conduit between the two, datawise, and an industry standard, is the JSON protocol … JSON: JavaScript Object Notation. JSON is a syntax … Continue reading

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PHP GD Image Colour Count Browse Tutorial

The recent PHP GD Image Colour Count Primer Tutorial took as its input … a single image URL (at a time) … but today we extend that to … local image files browsed for … and use Ajax FormData techniques, … Continue reading

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