Last Updated on Saturday, 29 December 2012 12:00 Written by Joe Stenhouse Saturday, 29 December 2012 12:00
In a previous article we gave you an in depth look at how to add to your cart and how that reflects on both ends, the back end and the front end. This article will tell you how the cart updates if you should want to edit any existing cart contents. A page that you can perform this edit would be the main shopping cart page located at index.php?route=checkout/cart
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Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 December 2012 12:01 Written by TJ Marsh Wednesday, 26 December 2012 12:00
WordPress is one of the most popular blogging platforms used today. It is beginning to be used widely for regular websites as well, so it is more than just a blogging platform. You can easily use it to create almost any type of website you desire. Installing and setting up WordPress is fairly simple and many hosting providers will even do it for you. Often times, the toughest part of running a WordPress blog or website is creating high quality content. Sure, anyone can cut and paste text and articles into a WYSIWYG editor and have a somewhat decent WordPress website, but it’s not going be enough to compete in today’s online market. You need original and eye-catching content to really make a WordPress site popular. In order to create the type of content you need to build a successful WordPress website, there are a few simple HTML techniques that you should familiarize yourself with. In this tutorial we will cover some of the basic HTML knowledge you should possess as a WordPress entrepreneur.
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Last Updated on Friday, 21 December 2012 08:12 Written by Richi González Friday, 21 December 2012 12:00
As I’ve been recently working with a website that has a lot of jQuery and AJAX, and my jQuery knowledge was small, I was wondering how to remove the content of a <div> with jQuery. The solution was pretty easy and with just a line of code.
The element we are going to affect will be called ‘Target’.Learn More
Last Updated on Sunday, 9 December 2012 10:29 Written by Nic Bug Sunday, 9 December 2012 12:00
One of my clients needed a convenient solution to apply collapsible content. So came up with a neat idea. You can see it in action here.
It is very easy to implement.
Last Updated on Thursday, 29 November 2012 08:29 Written by David Bauernschmidt Saturday, 1 December 2012 12:00
The #1 way to speed up your website is to minimize HTTP requests, however; inevitably you will make request for images, audio, video, code, and other content. Whenever; you can off load some of the content to other domains or to other servers your site will always load faster. However; there will be times when those ‘other servers’ will be down. Whether it is just for a moment or for a longer period of time, you do not want your site to be at the mercy of those servers. What can you do? (Glad you asked). You can have the best of both worlds. Why not check to see if the ‘other’ server is available. If it is then use their servers to deliver your content. If not then just load your own content from your site. It is not that hard to do and takes about 3 more lines of code. You can use this for anything in particular. Just find the piece of code to check for.
I am giving you this example of the jQuery library and any library will do just replace the code with the syntax for their library.Learn More
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