Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11 support live tile in Windows 8/8.1 and 10. This means any user/visitor who pinned your website or web application to their Start can receive notification on an update like publishing new posts and pages. It is driven with the help of RSS feed, the polling or updating of the … Continue reading Live Tile on Ghost
Bootstrap is a CSS(Cascading Style Sheets) library developed by Twitter that lets you create responsive websites with easy to understand naming convention and well-designed grid system. It has gained popularity due to its easy of use and pre-processor support, here are some good practices that will make your Bootstrap powered environment clean and easy to … Continue reading Good Bootstrap practices
I designed social share buttons for Twitter, Facebook and Google Plus, all these buttons are written in pure CSS and part of a project I have been working on. It’s clean and simple, you can add them to your website, it’s hosted on my CDN. The CDN is not longer available Markup of square buttons. … Continue reading CSS: Social share buttons
Ghost by default only lets you have dated permalink :year/:month/:day/:slug or title :title based with is set by default. You can change this by editing the Sqlite Database and updating the the permalink column, this will let you have custom url for your posts, this will only affect urls of your posts and not pages. … Continue reading Custom permalinks in Ghost
A simple CSS trick that turns an image from Grayscale to colourisation. See the Pen Colorize image by Darryl Dias (@Darryl) on CodePen. This adds Grayscale filter to the image, and lets you hover on to turn it into colour. Have a question? leave a comment below.
It lets other know why that piece of code needs to be there in the first place. While learning programming most of us forget how important it is to comment as you are writing code and over time we ignore it. At first, it might not seem to be a very important step, but as … Continue reading Why comment your code?
Let's create an MD5 generator, If you don't known what MD5 is you can visit read this Wikipedia article over MD5. Requirements. PHP 5. Web server (Apache, Nginx, Lighttpd). Writable web root. First create a new file, you can name it what ever you want but to keep it simple I am naming it index.php. … Continue reading How to create a MD5 generator in PHP
The most common way to open links in a new tab is to middle click the link in the web browser or right click. To open a link in a new tab by default you need to add target="_blank" to the hyper links, but this would get annoying over time if you have to add … Continue reading Open links in new tab using jQuery
Jekyll is a blog aware static website generator that is written in Ruby and uses Liquid for templating and Markdown to write posts and pages, Jekyll also offers build in support for SASS, SCSS, LESS and CoffeeScript. Jekyll follows a naming conversion to differ a post or page. Jekyll knows a specific markdown file is … Continue reading How to list pages with custom layouts in Jekyll
Sitemap let's search engine index your website and fetch url of your website to display it in the appropriate search result that they are going to be provide to their users for a specific search term, without a sitemap a website would not be indexed correctly and not all links to the website will be … Continue reading Sitemap for Jekyll