Tips, Tricks & Tutorials

WordPress: Fancy Site Navigation With the_posts_pagination()

April 24th, 2015
by Andreas Hecht
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the_posts_pagination

It was not until WordPress 4.1 was released that creating a paginated blog navigation was a fairly cumbersome affair, which required either a certain degree of development effort or a plugin. WordPress 4.1 makes this a thing of the past. It allows you to create a paginated blog navigation by adding one single tag to the theme’s index.php. Now you need a little bit...

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Link of the Day: Webdesigner News – All the Latest and Greatest in Web Design and Development

April 23rd, 2015
by Dieter Petereit
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Webdesigner News - Landing Page

Staying up to the latest innovations in web design and development is not an easy task to accomplish. My personal Feedly is cram packed with over 500 feeds. And it costs me a lot of time to even keep up with these news, although they are more or less easily digestible through RSS – much easier than having to visit all these sites manually...

Development

Hands-On: Build a Node.js-powered Chatroom Web App (Part One)

April 23rd, 2015
by Rami Sayar
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Node.js Part One

This Node.js tutorial series will help you build a Node.js-powered real-time chatroom web app fully deployed in the cloud.  In this series, you will learn how to setup Node.js on your Windows machine (or just learn the concepts if you’re on Mac), how to develop a web frontend with Express, how to deploy a node express apps to Azure, how to use Socket.IO to...

Design

HTML5 and CSS3: Get Your Website Ready for High-Resolution Displays

April 22nd, 2015
by Denis Potschien
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HiDPI and HTML5/CSS

When Apple introduced a new high-resolution display – the so-called Retina display – for its iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks a couple of years ago, they ushered in a new era of display quality. On such screens, the human eye can’t discern individual pixels anymore. With high-res displays being the norm rather than the exception today, you’ll find more and more middle-range high-res mobile devices....

Development

What do You Mean by Shaders? Learn How to Create Them With HTML5 and WebGL

April 21st, 2015
by David Catuhe
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Shaders in HTML5

You may have noticed that we first talked a lot about babylon.js lately and most recently we’ve released babylon.js v2.0 with 3D sound positioning (with WebAudio) and volumetric light scattering. If you missed the v1.0 announcement, first you can catch-up with the keynote for day 2 here and go directly to 2:24-2:28: http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2014/KEY02. In it, Microsoft evangelists Steven Guggenheimer and John Shewchuk demoed how...

Plugins

Buy me! wpShopGermany – the Professional German Shop Plugin for WordPress

April 20th, 2015
by Noupe Editorial Team
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Creating online shops based on WordPress becomes more and more popular. The reasons are the general popularity of WordPress itself and the vast range of really good plugins in this area. Today we’ll present you a German shop plugin for WordPress, which has some big advantages over other well-known solutions. wpShopGermany is, as the name indicates, made in Germany, something that can’t be said...

Plugins

Boon or Bane? The Jetpack Plugin for WordPress

April 19th, 2015
by Andreas Hecht
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Boon or Bane? The Jetpack Plugin for WordPress

The Jetpack plugin is probably one of the most feature-rich WordPress plugins on the market. It offers more than 30 functions by now, which raises the question if it really makes sense to install such a “monster”. There’s certainly one or the other useful function. But you’ll most likely find things you won’t ever need or which are already covered by other plugins. On...

Business Online

Online Marketing Basics #3: Introduction To Social Media Marketing

April 18th, 2015
by Noupe Editorial Team
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Online Marketing Basics #3: Introduction To Social Media Marketing

Social media marketing has become one of many buzz-words in online marketing. According to some marketing pros, it can generate orders and push sales like there’s no tomorrow. Naturally, everybody wants some piece of the action these days. But, of course, it takes more than just putting up a fancy Facebook page expecting customers are beating a path to your door on their own....

Plugins

Increasing Conversion: 7 Great WordPress Plugins for A/B Testing

April 17th, 2015
by Ioanni Mitsakis
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Increasing Conversion: 7 Great WordPress Plugins for A/B Testing

Split-testing is an important task, but one rarely done wholeheartedly. It’s quite remarkable because as a matter of fact it’s a proven way to get you more website traffic and to convert those visitors into loyal readers, customers or whatever you may call them. Which in no way applies to e-commerce websites only. A split test is called A/B testing. For instance, you could test...

Development

Almost OOP: Simple Inheritance with JavaScript

April 17th, 2015
by David Catuhe
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Almost OOP: Simple Inheritance with JavaScript

A lot of my friends are C# or C++ developers. They are used to use inheritance in their projects and when they want to learn or discover JavaScript, one of the first question they ask is: “But how can I do inheritance with JavaScript?” Actually, JavaScript uses a different approach than C# or C++ to create an object-oriented language. It is a prototype-based language....

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Grab Your Next Top Job with One of These 279 Professional Resume Templates

April 16th, 2015
by Dieter Petereit
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Grab Your Next Top Job with One of These 279 Professional Resume Templates

Jobs are no longer a safe haven. While we all know these stories of 50 years with the same company our grandparents love to tell, these days time spans shorten drastically. Already today the average employee stays three to five years with the same company, with a tendency to further decline. Besides that millions of people cannot get along with one job alone. In...

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Heatmaps+: Hotjar Analyzes Your Users’ Interests

April 16th, 2015
by Noupe Editorial Team
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Heatmaps+: Hotjar Analyzes Your Users’ Interests

If you want your website to be successful – and even more so if you want it to earn real revenue – you need to understand your visitors’ behavior the best you can. Only after knowing their clicking paths are you able to optimize your website. In regard to online stores, this kind of knowledge can make or break your business. So be prepared...