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jQuery / Javascript

How do I update the URL on button click?

Biz Cook • November 14, 2017

Do you have AJAX on a page and want to change the URL accordingly based on the new content? The following code will get rid of the last bit of the slug on your page and…

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jQuery / Javascript

How do I place SVGs on a Google Map using Custom Overlays?

Loren Wright • October 31, 2017

The Google Map API is very robust and allows you to do almost any customizations that you need to do to a map. One of the features that Google has created is Custom Overlays. A custom…

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API

How to tell which action and filter hooks are available in a particular version of WordPress

Laurel Johnson • October 30, 2017

If you ever need to know if a particular hook is available in the latest version of WordPress, Adam Brown has got you covered.  If you ever need to know if a hook is available in a…

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jQuery / Javascript

How do I make numbers ‘roll up’ when counting?

Darren Hagen • October 23, 2017

During a project recently we were tasked with demonstrating a number counting up in the way of rolling. A good way to describe the action is how you would see an old gas pump price or…

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Drupal

How do I set up a Drupal 8 Module to be an AJAX service?

Sarah Berg • October 9, 2017

File structures seem a lot different in Drupal 8, and I’m still getting the hang of them. This is an example of a simple module I made, so hopefully it can be a good starting point…

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Wordpress

How Can I Query WordPress Posts and Sort by Their Relevance?

Ashley Wright • September 29, 2017

WP_Query allows us to query our WordPress posts and return results based on the taxonomy terms those posts are tagged with. It does this quite well, and can then sort the posts by date, alphabetically, menu order, etc….

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Wordpress

Flexible Content Nested Inside Flexible Content

Laura Kressin • September 25, 2017

The challenge: could I build a module with nested flexible content fields in Advanced Custom Fields for a versatile image module?   There is no innovation and creativity without failure. Period. ~Brene Brown Luckily, nesting flexible…

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CSS

Best Practices for Responsive HTML Emails, a Guide

Caleb Szydlo • September 18, 2017

So you’re thinking of coding a responsive email? Good for you, fortune favors the bold! Before you start though, let’s take a moment to investigate the do’s and don’t’s of responsive email. Take a look below to see…

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Wordpress

How can I use the WP-CLI in my WordPress Workflow?

Loren Wright • September 12, 2017

If you have been in the WordPress community for any length of time, you surely have heard of the WP-CLI. If you have not heard of the WP-CLI, it is essentially a set of command line tools…

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Uncategorized

Why doesn’t my javascript click event work on iOS/iPhone?

Buttons Kavanagh • September 11, 2017

The overwhelming majority of browsers out there support event delegation for the click event, however, iOS does not. But, there is a way around this lack of support. Event delegation will work if the target of…

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jQuery / Javascript

Can I Make Google Maps Match the Color Scheme of My Site?

Brent Reno • September 8, 2017

It’s great having google maps embedded on a site, but sometimes the default color scheme just doesn’t look great with everything else going on. For the purpose of this, let’s assume the API key is already…

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Drupal

I lost my Drupal password, how do I get access again?

Biz Cook • August 17, 2017

Let’s pretend you don’t have access to the email for the main Admin user for a Drupal site. But, you DO have ssh access. To create a temporary password follow these steps to regain access to…

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jQuery / Javascript

Uncaught TypeError: .sort is not a function ?!

Sarah Berg • August 16, 2017

So i’ve done some ajax calls and wanted to sort my results and ran into the error: Uncaught TypeError: resultData.sort is not a function This is because the returned data is an object and jQuery’s sort…

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CSS

Can type scale fluidly with screen size?

Mike Wang • August 8, 2017

What is fluid type? Type design on the web can be separated into two categories: static and responsive.  Static type ignores the dimensions of its screen; its characteristics are independent of it.  Responsive type responds to…

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Accessibility

Why is accessibility important in your development practices?

Ashley Wright •

Last weekend I attended WordCamp Minneapolis / St.Paul with some of my coworkers. One of the presentations I went to was called “Why A11y?” presented by local website accessibility expert Joe Dolson. In his talk Joe went…

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