Its common problem with godaddy server for installing joomla3. As web designer or Web Developer you may face this issue.
Here is steps which show you How to turn off magic_quotes_gpc module in php for joomla 3 setup on godaddy server.
- created script for phpinfo and saw that magic_quotes_gpc was on (the only one on of 3 magic_quotes….
- my php.ini file was initially located in my /html/ folder (it doesn’t belong there).
- I added the magic_quotes_gpc = Off in my php.ini file.
- moved php.ini back one directory to my shared account root folder.
- logged into my godaddy account, went into hosting control panel as described by this post by anonymous007.
After the above changes you have to go:
– Hosting Control Panel
– System Processes
– End Web button
NOW finally phpinfo show magic_quotes_gpc OFF.
here is code to change html tag OR change html element using jquery
$(this).replaceWith($('<h5>' + this.innerHTML + '</h5>'));
Gang of web designers and developers teamed up to explore how
the modern version of wordpress look like.
* Smple, uncluttered design; free of excessive decoration and focused on
* use beautiful webfonts, legible typography that’s consistent in every browser.
* Responsive design that’s tailored to PCs, tablets and mobile smartphones devices
* Retaining the familiar, user-tested dashboard interface that millions of users already understand.
I’ve done quite a few posts about SEO, but i wanted to write one more about the difference between on and offsite SEO.
Firstly, SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. If you have no idea what it is, than this probably isn’t the post for you since it’s not really relevant. However if you have a website, it SHOULD be relevant, and you should pay attention so you’re well versed when you go to order your website, be it from me, or elsewhere. Read more →
If you’ve been using the HTML5 hgroup tag, now would be a good time to stop. The hgroup tag is in the process of being removed from the W3C’s HTML5 specification.
While the official reason for hgroup‘s demise is the lack of support for hgroup semantics — the W3C requires two “reasonably complete implementations” — hgroup is fraught with accessibility problems and lacks many compelling use cases.
The hgroup tag was intended to be a way to group h1-h6 tags, for example a header and a subheading, but the semantics behind the tag mean that only the first header in an hgroup is visible to any accessibility API. As Steve Faulkner, co-editor of the HTML5 spec, writes on the W3C mailing list, this “effectively removes any notion of a subheading semantic for users and any way for it to be conveyed via an accessibility API.”
In other words hgroup ends up being semantically no different than a div tag, which is why Faulkner called for hgroup to be removed from the spec in the first place. As of this writing it’s still there, but Faulkner says he’s “working on the edits” (which will include some advice on how to handle groups of header tags).
So what should you do if you’ve used hgroup in your code? Well, if you can, consider removing it. But the browser support — which is limited to parsing and CSS — won’t likely change. And it’s also possible that some compelling use case will come up that motivates the W3C to add it to the HTML 5.1 spec (one hopes with better semantic rules) and browser to support it. In the mean time though, slowly step away from the hgroup and no webpages get hurt.
For any client job or professional app/service, making a clear contract with the customer is one of the key points for the success of the project and happiness for both sides.
Recently, Smashing Magazine has brought together design/development-related contracts that exist on Docracy and encourages everyone to share any new ones.
The list includes sample contracts for web design, icon design, copyright ownership and licensing, app design and much more.
Simply, a must-bookmark for creative in case you don’t have a ready-to-use contract yet.
P.S. You should also check Docracy for any kind of contracts. It is a great legal resource.
Visit Link for more detail: http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2013/04/03/legal-guide-contract-samples-for-designers/
Here is code which show you that how to Use jQuery CDN Media Template file in wordpress website.
Just copy and Paste below code to your theme function.php file. Read more →
Typekit is a useful service which allow you to use countless different fonts on your website or blog. They do provide a WordPress plugin to easily add their fonts to your WordPress site, but there’s no built-in solution for integrating Typekit fonts directly to your theme. Here’s a code to do it. Read more →
Here is the way totest web site pages in IE7, IE8, and IE9. Read more →
Here is one of the way to create own custom html tag in HTML Read more →
Here is code for creating drop down submenu on mouse over hope it will help new web designer and web developer Read more →
Here are some Prediction 2013 New Resolution for Web designers. Well, it is that time of year where we start to reflect on the past year and look forward to the new year 2013.In 2012 we have seen several new trends appear in web design, one of the most notable being the rise of responsive design.
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WordPress 3.5 was released yesterday and it includes many usability updates – especially for the media manager.
Although there were no significant security updates mentioned we do recommend that you update as soon as possible.
However this is a major release, so it could potentially break a few things. Especially plugins and themes might require updates.
Most plugin and theme authors are pretty quick to release updates if required, but you might run into trouble.
Therefore we strongly recommend that you test this update on a development/test server before you update your live website. Read more →
It’s the most wonderful time of the year: a new WordPress release is available and chock-full of goodies to delight bloggers and developers alike. This one “Elvin” in honor of drummer Elvin Jones, who played with John Coltrane in addition to many others.
Today WordPress has released it’s next big version…Wordpress 3.5 is on the shelves and ready to be downloaded!
After the most popular version of WordPress 3.4, 3.5 has a lot to live up to and all the work that has gone into further improvements to WordPress have paid off.
WordPress 3.4 was downloaded more than 28 million times, there used to be a download counter on WordPress.org. This counter has now been reset and is counting the amount of downloads for version 3.5, at the time of writing this has already reached 100,000+ downloads on the first day of release. Read more →
The following code will allow you Add google AdSense code inside post using wordpress Shortcode which display a 468×60 AdSense unit wherever you place the [adsense] shortcode Read more →