Category: Back End

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How to Remove Attributes from WordPress Thumbnail HTML

This article will show you how to remove attributes from the featured image HTML output of get_the_post_thumbnail() with preg_replace(). Sometimes you need the post featured image or thumbnail but not all the attributes that WordPress adds to it. Fortunately, there is a simple regular expression to strip any attributes you don’t need. You can use […]

Ditto Clipboard Manager to Optimize Workflow

Learn creative ways to use the Ditto Clipboard manager for Windows to optimize your workflow.

Most Commonly Used Git Commands with Examples

Version Control is an essential part of application development, and Git is a great Version Control System solution. This post is a list I’ve compiled of the most commonly used Git commands with their options and examples of how I use them.

How to Include PHP Files – Both Windows and Linux Compatible

This article will show you how to include a PHP file so that it works on both Windows and Linux environments.

How to Serve Multiple Sites from Subdirectories with Windows, Apache, and Virtual Hosts

This tutorial will show you how to configure Windows with Apache Server virtual hosts to serve multiple sites from subdirectories on the same server.

How to Get a Discount on Web Hosting in 2018

Get free promo code for a discount on web hosting from HostGator, and learn about why they are an excellent web hosting provider.

The Importance of SSL Certificates

SSL is a big step in making your site more secure for you and your users. It means all the data sent between your server and your users' computers is encrypted.

How to Integrate Stripe Payment API with CodeIgniter & PHP

This guide will show you how to integrate the Stripe Payment API with your existing CodeIgniter website. CodeIgniter’s Model-View-Controller structure and Query Builder Class make this integration pretty straightforward. If you’re used to working with API’s then this integration should be pretty simple for you. I would highly recommend you use either Stripe Checkout or […]