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webdevtips 🔪 Shortening your text with ellipsis with nothing but CSS 🔪
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It's quite common for us to have to 'cut' some characters of a text and put some ellipsis ( ... ) a the end of it. Wether it is because we only want to show a small preview of the whole text or simply because we need to fit the text to a container, this is something that can be achieved in numerous ways, depending on the specific situation.
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Using this really simple method, you don't need to know how many characters you want to show, you just need to know the size of your container element and the text will always fit that element without it overflowing.
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Here we just have to 'h1' elements with our text inside. The latter one has the class 'ellipsis' and here his where we'll make the magic happen 🧙‍♂️
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In the 'text' class, we just have to set the width we want on the element, 'white-space: nowrap' because we don't the text to break to a new line and then 'overflow: hidden' so we don't see the text outside of the box. This will produce an ugly result as you can see in the first example.
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Finally, to get the result we want, we use the 'ellipsis' class to apply 'text-overflow: ellipsis' to the second 'h1' thus creating the ellipsis and making sure the text will always fit the element and it's padding!
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Have a great weekend guys 👌😄
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Posted at: 2019-08-31 15:45:25
🔪 Shortening your text with ellipsis with nothing but CSS 🔪 - It's quite common for us to have to 'cut' some characters of a text and put some ellipsis ( ... ) a the end of it. Wether it is because we only want to show a small preview of the whole text or simply because we need to fit the text to a container, this is something that can be achieved in numerous ways, depending on the specific situation. - Using this really simple method, you don't need to know how many characters you want to show, you just need to know the size of your container element and the text will always fit that element without it overflowing. - Here we just have to 'h1' elements with our text inside. The latter one has the class 'ellipsis' and here his where we'll make the magic happen 🧙‍♂️ - In the 'text' class, we just have to set the width we want on the element, 'white-space: nowrap' because we don't the text to break to a new line and then 'overflow: hidden' so we don't see the text outside of the box. This will produce an ugly result as you can see in the first example. - Finally, to get the result we want, we use the 'ellipsis' class to apply 'text-overflow: ellipsis' to the second 'h1' thus creating the ellipsis and making sure the text will always fit the element and it's padding! - Have a great weekend guys 👌😄 . . . #webdev #html #htmlcss #css #learncss #learntocode #frontend #frontenddev #webdevelopment #webdesign #programming #webtips #devtips #dailytips #csssnippets #csstips #htmltips #webdevtips #buildupdevs
webdevtips 🖼️ Using the HTML 'figure' element to display an image with caption 🖼️
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What's up guys? So today I want to show how to use the HTML 'figure' and 'figcaption' elements to create a nice looking image with some caption on it. The figure element is used for containing elements like images, illustrations, videos or even code. It's usually used with a caption inside to describe said element by using the figcaption element.
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Let's start by creating a 'figure' tag. Inside this tag we'll have an 'img' tag, with whatever image we want, and then a 'figcaption' tag where we'll place our caption. I created two 'div' elemrnts, one for the title and one for the author. That's all for the HTML.
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Now, we'll apply some CSS to get looking like the end result. We just give a 'max-width' and relative positioning to the 'figure' element.  Then we'll add a 'border-radius' and a 'box-shadow' on our image just to pimp it up a little bit 🔥
Finally we'll apply absolute positioning on the 'figcaption' so it stays on the bottom right corner of the image and change the 'font-size' and 'color' of it.
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And it's done! We easily created an image displaying it's title and the name of the author using HTML's 'figure' and figcaption'!
Hope you find it handy 😃🤞
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Posted at: 2019-09-18 14:07:27
🖼️ Using the HTML 'figure' element to display an image with caption 🖼️ - What's up guys? So today I want to show how to use the HTML 'figure' and 'figcaption' elements to create a nice looking image with some caption on it. The figure element is used for containing elements like images, illustrations, videos or even code. It's usually used with a caption inside to describe said element by using the figcaption element. - Let's start by creating a 'figure' tag. Inside this tag we'll have an 'img' tag, with whatever image we want, and then a 'figcaption' tag where we'll place our caption. I created two 'div' elemrnts, one for the title and one for the author. That's all for the HTML. - Now, we'll apply some CSS to get looking like the end result. We just give a 'max-width' and relative positioning to the 'figure' element. Then we'll add a 'border-radius' and a 'box-shadow' on our image just to pimp it up a little bit 🔥 Finally we'll apply absolute positioning on the 'figcaption' so it stays on the bottom right corner of the image and change the 'font-size' and 'color' of it. - And it's done! We easily created an image displaying it's title and the name of the author using HTML's 'figure' and figcaption'! Hope you find it handy 😃🤞 . . . #webdev #html #htmlcss #css #learncss #learntocode #learnhtml #frontend #frontenddev #webdevelopment #webdesign #programming #webtips #devtips #dailytips #csssnippets #csstips #htmltips #javascript #javascripttips #learnjavascript #webdevtips #buildupdevs
webdevtips 👉 Creating an awesome drag and drop effect between two lists 👈
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How are you guys? Today we will be learning how to easily create a drag and drop functionality using nothing but some HTML5 and JavaScript! For this case we'll use two lists ( 'ul' elements) and move some elements between them. After learning this, you can start applying this drag and drop functionality to whatever types of elements and scenarios you want to, the logic always remains similar.
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We'll start by creating two 'ul' elements, each one of them with some 'li' items inside them. On each 'li' we have to give it an unique 'id', set 'draggable=true' and pass the function 'drag' to the 'ondragstart' event. The 'draggable' attribute will determine if an element should be draggable or not and 'ondragstart' function will be executed everytime is element is dragged.
On each of the 'ul' we have to pass two functions for the 'ondrop' and 'ondragover' events. The first event will be used to get the element that we were dragging and place it inside this one. The second event is just for preventing the default behaviour.
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After having this HTML done, we can place a script tag and create the three functions we will need. They are all pretty basic. Basically all we are doing is using the dataTransfer object to save the 'id' of the element we are currently dragging. Then when we want to drop it, we just need to go get that 'id' on the dataTransfer object and with that, we can append this element to the element were we are doing the drop.
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Finally, we have some CSS that is just to get the styling we can see on the End Result. This is some pretty basic and straightforward CSS so I won't be covering it much.
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Hope this tip was handy and that you start using this on projects, it sure does look cool 🔥🔥
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Have a nice weekend guys! 🤘😀🤞
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Posted at: 2019-09-28 15:31:34
👉 Creating an awesome drag and drop effect between two lists 👈 - How are you guys? Today we will be learning how to easily create a drag and drop functionality using nothing but some HTML5 and JavaScript! For this case we'll use two lists ( 'ul' elements) and move some elements between them. After learning this, you can start applying this drag and drop functionality to whatever types of elements and scenarios you want to, the logic always remains similar. - We'll start by creating two 'ul' elements, each one of them with some 'li' items inside them. On each 'li' we have to give it an unique 'id', set 'draggable=true' and pass the function 'drag' to the 'ondragstart' event. The 'draggable' attribute will determine if an element should be draggable or not and 'ondragstart' function will be executed everytime is element is dragged. On each of the 'ul' we have to pass two functions for the 'ondrop' and 'ondragover' events. The first event will be used to get the element that we were dragging and place it inside this one. The second event is just for preventing the default behaviour. - After having this HTML done, we can place a script tag and create the three functions we will need. They are all pretty basic. Basically all we are doing is using the dataTransfer object to save the 'id' of the element we are currently dragging. Then when we want to drop it, we just need to go get that 'id' on the dataTransfer object and with that, we can append this element to the element were we are doing the drop. - Finally, we have some CSS that is just to get the styling we can see on the End Result. This is some pretty basic and straightforward CSS so I won't be covering it much. - Hope this tip was handy and that you start using this on projects, it sure does look cool 🔥🔥 - Have a nice weekend guys! 🤘😀🤞 . . . #webdev #html #htmlcss #css #learncss #learntocode #learnhtml #frontend #frontenddev #webdevelopment #webdesign #programming #webtips #devtips #dailytips #csssnippets #csstips #htmltips #javascript #javascripttips #learnjavascript #webdevtips #buildupdevs
webdevtips 📝 How to create editable HTML elements 📝
Did you know that HTML5 allows us to create elements with editable content that the user can then edit on its own? Well, that's possible and it's super easy!
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With HTML we can use the attribute 'contenteditable', set it to 'true' and the elements with this attribute become editable. 
In this example we have an 'ul' with some 'li' inside it. Two of those 'li' have 'contenteditable=
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Posted at: 2019-09-04 15:08:49
📝 How to create editable HTML elements 📝 Did you know that HTML5 allows us to create elements with editable content that the user can then edit on its own? Well, that's possible and it's super easy! - With HTML we can use the attribute 'contenteditable', set it to 'true' and the elements with this attribute become editable. In this example we have an 'ul' with some 'li' inside it. Two of those 'li' have 'contenteditable="true"' and as you can see in the video, the user can then write whatever he wants on these elements. - Even though I'm using this on an 'li' you can also use this on other elements such as 'div', 'h1', 'span', etc. - Hope you have a great, productive day 🔥🔥 . . . #webdev #html #htmlcss #css #learncss #learntocode #frontend #frontenddev #webdevelopment #webdesign #programming #webtips #devtips #dailytips #csssnippets #csstips #htmltips #webdevtips #buildupdevs
webdevtips Happy Friday guys 😎🔥🔥
Hope you are having a productive day! For today's tip we'll see how we can easily create a clock with some JavaScript!
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Creating a clock with JavaScript is super simple. We basically just need to get the current date, extract the hours, minutes, seconds from this date, append all this stuff to an element and finally, we need make sure we run this every second so our clock is constantly updating. Let's follow this steps.
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We start by creating an element with the id 'clock' and we save a reference to it on a variable.  Next, we get the current date with 'new Date( )' and use the methods 'getHours', 'getMinutes' and 'getSeconds' to grab the current hour, minute and second.
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Now, since our minutes and seconds will not have a zero to the left if they are smaller than 10, we need to check this and add that zero if necessary. 
Then, we create a string displaying the hours, minutes and seconds and we append it to our clock element.
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Finally, we create a setTimeout to run this same function we're in every second. And now we just need to execute our function and we're done! 😁
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Hope you liked this tip guys, let me know your thoughts! 👌🤓
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Posted at: 2020-02-28 16:33:30
Happy Friday guys 😎🔥🔥 Hope you are having a productive day! For today's tip we'll see how we can easily create a clock with some JavaScript! - Creating a clock with JavaScript is super simple. We basically just need to get the current date, extract the hours, minutes, seconds from this date, append all this stuff to an element and finally, we need make sure we run this every second so our clock is constantly updating. Let's follow this steps. - We start by creating an element with the id 'clock' and we save a reference to it on a variable. Next, we get the current date with 'new Date( )' and use the methods 'getHours', 'getMinutes' and 'getSeconds' to grab the current hour, minute and second. - Now, since our minutes and seconds will not have a zero to the left if they are smaller than 10, we need to check this and add that zero if necessary. Then, we create a string displaying the hours, minutes and seconds and we append it to our clock element. - Finally, we create a setTimeout to run this same function we're in every second. And now we just need to execute our function and we're done! 😁 - Hope you liked this tip guys, let me know your thoughts! 👌🤓 . . . #web #webdev #js #javascript #html #es #ecmascript #browser #webdeveloper #coding #webdevtips #learnjavascript #learntocode
webdevtips 💫 Creating a loading spinner animation using CSS only 💫
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What's up guys? So today I want to share with you a really simple way to create a loading spinner animation that you can use on your projects!
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Obviously, all loading animations need some kind of logic for you to know if something is loading but here we'll just focus on the visuals of it.
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Okay, so we basically just to create a 'div' element. Then, in CSS, we turn this 'div' into a circle by giving it the same 'width' and 'height' and 'border-radius:50%'. We won't set any background color, we'll just give it a border on one of the sides ( in this case it's in the right ). Finally, we create a linear, infinite animation with a duration of 800ms that will just  fully rotate our element. Obviously you can change duration from '.8s' to whatever value you prefer and you can also change the size and color of the border to change the look of the spinner.
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Aaaand, that's all! Hope you guys liked this tip and have a great Friday 🤘🤘🔥
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Posted at: 2019-09-13 14:52:01
💫 Creating a loading spinner animation using CSS only 💫 - What's up guys? So today I want to share with you a really simple way to create a loading spinner animation that you can use on your projects! - Obviously, all loading animations need some kind of logic for you to know if something is loading but here we'll just focus on the visuals of it. - Okay, so we basically just to create a 'div' element. Then, in CSS, we turn this 'div' into a circle by giving it the same 'width' and 'height' and 'border-radius:50%'. We won't set any background color, we'll just give it a border on one of the sides ( in this case it's in the right ). Finally, we create a linear, infinite animation with a duration of 800ms that will just fully rotate our element. Obviously you can change duration from '.8s' to whatever value you prefer and you can also change the size and color of the border to change the look of the spinner. - Aaaand, that's all! Hope you guys liked this tip and have a great Friday 🤘🤘🔥 . . . #webdev #html #htmlcss #css #learncss #learntocode #frontend #frontenddev #webdevelopment #webdesign #programming #webtips #devtips #dailytips #csssnippets #csstips #htmltips #javascript #javascripttips #learnjavascript #webdevtips #buildupdevs
webdevtips Happy Monday guys 😁🔥
We'll start this week with a tip on how to create a sidebar with some icons and text and then we'll toggle it to collapse, hiding the text and keeping the icons. In order to do this we'll use some CSS and a couple of lines of JavaScript.
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First, we have to lay down our structure for the sidebar on the HTML. We just need to have a div for the sidebar with the ID and class 'nav', and inside it we'll place a logo and some items. On our logo we create an 'onclick' attribute that will run a function called 'collapseNav'.
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Now we need to create a script with this function. This function will only grab our 'nav' div and on it we'll toggle the class 'collapsed'. So when we click on the logo once we add the class 'collapsed' to our nav and if we click again we'll remove that class!
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Finally, we just need some CSS to put all this together. We use some basic styles to get things to look how you see on the example. Then, when the class 'collapsed' is on our nav, we'll decrease the width of our nav, we'll hide the text from each menu item and we'll resize our logo to fit the sidebar. -
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Posted at: 2020-02-24 16:10:08
Happy Monday guys 😁🔥 We'll start this week with a tip on how to create a sidebar with some icons and text and then we'll toggle it to collapse, hiding the text and keeping the icons. In order to do this we'll use some CSS and a couple of lines of JavaScript. - First, we have to lay down our structure for the sidebar on the HTML. We just need to have a div for the sidebar with the ID and class 'nav', and inside it we'll place a logo and some items. On our logo we create an 'onclick' attribute that will run a function called 'collapseNav'. - Now we need to create a script with this function. This function will only grab our 'nav' div and on it we'll toggle the class 'collapsed'. So when we click on the logo once we add the class 'collapsed' to our nav and if we click again we'll remove that class! - Finally, we just need some CSS to put all this together. We use some basic styles to get things to look how you see on the example. Then, when the class 'collapsed' is on our nav, we'll decrease the width of our nav, we'll hide the text from each menu item and we'll resize our logo to fit the sidebar. - And that is all, hope you have liked this tip! 😅🔥👌 . . . #html #javascript #css #css3 #animation #web #webdesign #webdev #webdeveloment #ui #uidesign #learncss #coding #developer #webdevtips
webdevtips 🅰️ Creating engraved text with CSS 🅰️
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CSS allows us to create a lot of cool text effects without really much effort. In this snippet I'll show you how to easily get an engraved effect on an heading element.
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First just create an element where you'll want to apply the effect - in my case I used an 'h1'.
Then, in CSS we just need to give it background color and set the color to 'transparent' - this background color will determine the actual color of our text. 
Finally we need to apply 'background-clip: text' and some 'text-shadow' to get the desired effect. If you want, you can mess around with the shadow values to see how that affects the final result.
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And that's it! Hope you have a blessed Friday guys, enjoy it 😄🔥🔥
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Posted at: 2019-09-06 14:50:06
🅰️ Creating engraved text with CSS 🅰️ - CSS allows us to create a lot of cool text effects without really much effort. In this snippet I'll show you how to easily get an engraved effect on an heading element. - First just create an element where you'll want to apply the effect - in my case I used an 'h1'. Then, in CSS we just need to give it background color and set the color to 'transparent' - this background color will determine the actual color of our text. Finally we need to apply 'background-clip: text' and some 'text-shadow' to get the desired effect. If you want, you can mess around with the shadow values to see how that affects the final result. - And that's it! Hope you have a blessed Friday guys, enjoy it 😄🔥🔥 . . . #webdev #html #htmlcss #css #learncss #learntocode #frontend #frontenddev #webdevelopment #webdesign #programming #webtips #devtips #dailytips #csssnippets #csstips #htmltips #webdevtips #buildupdevs
webdevtips 💻 How to start using Git with some basic commands 💻
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So today we'll talk a bit about Git and we'll see some basic commands for you to start using it.  So, what is it?  Git is a version control system mainly used for software development. Basically is a way of saving code on a remote repository, you can then have a local copy of this repository on your computer and work on this code. You then just send the changes you made on your code to the remote repository and Git will keep track of all the different versions of this code. If something goes wrong you always have the ability to go back to an older version of the code.
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This is especially useful when there are multiple developers working on the same project. All developers will have a local copy of the repository and can work on different features for the project. Then, they can push their changes to the repository and Git will synchronize all these changes made by different devs. This way you make sure different devs don't step on each other toes when building projects. Git has a ton of other features, but I feel like these are the main ones that you should know to get started.
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To start using Git, just go to their website and install the executable they provide. After that you will have access to the 'git' command line interface. 
Look at the code snippets to see the most basic and most used git commands so you can start using it on your projects!
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Hope you liked it and for those who never used Git I hope you give it a try. It's super useful and it's a 'skill' that is definitely needed for most dev jobs.
Have a nice one guys 😀🔥
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Posted at: 2019-09-30 15:42:47
💻 How to start using Git with some basic commands 💻 - So today we'll talk a bit about Git and we'll see some basic commands for you to start using it. So, what is it? Git is a version control system mainly used for software development. Basically is a way of saving code on a remote repository, you can then have a local copy of this repository on your computer and work on this code. You then just send the changes you made on your code to the remote repository and Git will keep track of all the different versions of this code. If something goes wrong you always have the ability to go back to an older version of the code. - This is especially useful when there are multiple developers working on the same project. All developers will have a local copy of the repository and can work on different features for the project. Then, they can push their changes to the repository and Git will synchronize all these changes made by different devs. This way you make sure different devs don't step on each other toes when building projects. Git has a ton of other features, but I feel like these are the main ones that you should know to get started. - To start using Git, just go to their website and install the executable they provide. After that you will have access to the 'git' command line interface. Look at the code snippets to see the most basic and most used git commands so you can start using it on your projects! - Hope you liked it and for those who never used Git I hope you give it a try. It's super useful and it's a 'skill' that is definitely needed for most dev jobs. Have a nice one guys 😀🔥 . . . #webdev #html #htmlcss #css #learncss #learntocode #learnhtml #frontend #frontenddev #webdevelopment #webdesign #programming #webtips #devtips #dailytips #csssnippets #csstips #htmltips #javascript #javascripttips #learnjavascript #webdevtips #buildupdevs
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Posted at: 2020-03-29 15:02:43
Sunday 29 March 2020.⁣ ⁣••••⁣ ⁣I am working on the eCommerce project. Completed the Stripe Integration section.⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣What I learnt❓⁣ ⁣I learnt how to:⁣ ⁣🔘 Create Payment Method View & Stripe JS⁣ ⁣🔘 Improve Payment Method Form⁣ ⁣🔘 Implement Reusable Stripe Module⁣ ⁣🔘 Add Card to Customer with Stripe⁣ ⁣🔘 Save Card in Django⁣ ⁣🔘 Charge the customer⁣ ⁣🔘 Guest Card Checkout⁣ ⁣🔘 Changing payment method on checkout⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣You can see some ⁣ ⁣•••• ⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣Up next...⁣ ⁣▶️ Mailchimp Integration⁣ ⁣•••• ⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣How was your Sunday?⁣ ⁣Comment your thoughts 💭 ⁣ ⁣______________________________⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣#softwareengineering #ecommerce #python #Django #dpthegrey #softwareengineer #javascript #jquery #async #sync #asynchronous #synchronous #devlife #webdevdotio #webdevtips #codecode #codinghabit #codinggram #comments #webtips #webcoder #js #javascriptjs #macOS #tips #codingtips #allblack #blackandwhite #100daysofcode #educateyourself
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Posted at: 2020-03-29 12:39:38
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webdevtips good morning to you devs, and sweet dreams to the night owls. 😘
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Posted at: 2020-03-28 04:42:26
good morning to you devs, and sweet dreams to the night owls. 😘
webdevtips SASS provides interesting functionalities that make writing CSS much more powerful.
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Here are four things you need to know in SASS.
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Posted at: 2020-03-27 17:12:59
SASS provides interesting functionalities that make writing CSS much more powerful. . Here are four things you need to know in SASS. . . . . . The examples have been taken from the book "CSS in Depth" by Keith J. Grant. . . . . #weblayout #webdesign #css #html #html5 #sass #scss #webdesigner #webdevelopment #webdeveloper #frontendfriday #online #interface #webdev #webdevtips #csstricks #dev #developer #csspreprocessor #design #uidesign #ux #design #appdesign #interaction #ui #ux #uiux #application
webdevtips Happy Friday guys! 😎🔥
Since it's been a while since i posted an HTML tip, decided to bring you one today: the reversed attribute on ordered list element.
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An ordered list - <ol> - is practically the same as 'ul' with the difference that is ordered. So, when you put your list items - <li> - it will automatically put numbers in front of each item, by order.
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What is usually not known is that you can add  an attribute that will define the order on the 'ol' - start or reversed. By the default, an ordered list will have 'start', so it will put the numbers by order - 1, 2, 3, 4, ...
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If you add the 'reversed' attribute, we will have the opposite order - ... 4, 3, 2, 1 - on thr numbers that appear in front of each item.
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Posted at: 2020-03-27 16:23:56
Happy Friday guys! 😎🔥 Since it's been a while since i posted an HTML tip, decided to bring you one today: the reversed attribute on ordered list element. - An ordered list -
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webdevtips whacha doing fellow developers?
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whacha doing fellow developers?
webdevtips Happy Friday guys 😁✌️
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When we place scripts on our HTML pages, those scripts need to be loaded. This loading, depending on numerous reasons, can slow down the overall performance of our page so we need to be careful with how we handle them.
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Usually we write a script tag with a src attribute. On this attribute we'll place the path to our script. When the HTML is being parsed, it will find this script, make a request to fetch it and then execute it. After this is done, the parsing of the HTML will continue. This why a script can affect the performance of a page - we are stopping the HTML parsing because of the script.
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Additionally, we can also add one of two attributes on the script tag: 'async' and 'defer'. Using them, makes the loading of a script behave differently. Let's see how.
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With 'async' the browser will fetch the script asynchronously while the HTML is being parsed. When the fetch ends, the parsing will pause to execute the script. After this, the parsing will continue. An 'async' script will not block the page, but you should not use this on scripts that rely on another scripts since the first to be loaded will be executed straight away. It's better to use this when we are using a third-party script.
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With 'defer' the browser will also fetch the script asynchronously while the HTML is being parsed. The difference is that the script will only be executed once the parsing is completed. Scripts with 'defer' won't block the page so the page content will show immediately. If we have multiple scripts with 'defer', they will be executed in whatever order they already have, unlike scripts with 'async'.
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Hope you liked this tip and hope you a have a great weekend! 😎🔥🤘
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Posted at: 2020-03-27 07:56:14
Happy Friday guys 😁✌️ - When we place scripts on our HTML pages, those scripts need to be loaded. This loading, depending on numerous reasons, can slow down the overall performance of our page so we need to be careful with how we handle them. - Usually we write a script tag with a src attribute. On this attribute we'll place the path to our script. When the HTML is being parsed, it will find this script, make a request to fetch it and then execute it. After this is done, the parsing of the HTML will continue. This why a script can affect the performance of a page - we are stopping the HTML parsing because of the script. - Additionally, we can also add one of two attributes on the script tag: 'async' and 'defer'. Using them, makes the loading of a script behave differently. Let's see how. - With 'async' the browser will fetch the script asynchronously while the HTML is being parsed. When the fetch ends, the parsing will pause to execute the script. After this, the parsing will continue. An 'async' script will not block the page, but you should not use this on scripts that rely on another scripts since the first to be loaded will be executed straight away. It's better to use this when we are using a third-party script. - With 'defer' the browser will also fetch the script asynchronously while the HTML is being parsed. The difference is that the script will only be executed once the parsing is completed. Scripts with 'defer' won't block the page so the page content will show immediately. If we have multiple scripts with 'defer', they will be executed in whatever order they already have, unlike scripts with 'async'. - Hope you liked this tip and hope you a have a great weekend! 😎🔥🤘 . . . #js #javascript #script #html #performance #webdev #developer #html #browser #async #defer #learnjavascript #webdevtips
webdevtips Hey, how’re you’ll doing today 💃🏻 Next topic! 
How to compress PNG, JPEG images through the command line

Compression in images will help boost the page loading speed and will enhance the usability for mobile users with low internet speed range.

Compression can be achieved through a range of plugins which generally either comes with limitations of pricing plans.

Most of the plugins generally work on utilizing the jpegoptim, optipng like open source libraries.

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Installing and using such a library isn't a big deal in any server.
For example in Ubuntu, we can install using the following commands > sudo apt-get install optipng
> sudo apt-get install jpegoptim 
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To compress a single file
>  optipng file.png >  jpegoptim file.jpeg

By using the range of options available, we can compress multiple ranges of files using other conditional statements along with speed control for effective memory utilization.

Example to compress all png and jpeg images throughout the whole server > find . -type f -name find . -type f -name "*.png" | while read line; do (optipng -o5 "$line"); done REFERENCE: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/xenial/man1/optipng.1.html http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/xenial/en/man1/jpegoptim.1.html #jpeg #png #coding #codinglife #developer #devtips #learntocode #computerscience #webdesign #webdevelopment #frontenddev #code #webdevtips #webdev #developer #wtc #whatthecode" description="webdevtips Hey, how’re you’ll doing today 💃🏻 Next topic! How to compress PNG, JPEG images through the command line Compression in images will help boost the page loading speed and will enhance the usability for mobile users with low internet speed range. Compression can be achieved through a range of plugins which generally either comes with limitations of pricing plans. Most of the plugins generally work on utilizing the jpegoptim, optipng like open source libraries. INSTALLATION: Installing and using such a library isn't a big deal in any server. For example in Ubuntu, we can install using the following commands > sudo apt-get install optipng > sudo apt-get install jpegoptim USAGE: To compress a single file > optipng file.png > jpegoptim file.jpeg By using the range of options available, we can compress multiple ranges of files using other conditional statements along with speed control for effective memory utilization. Example to compress all png and jpeg images throughout the whole server > find . -type f -name "*.jpg" | while read line; do (jpegoptim "$line"); done > find . -type f -name "*.png" | while read line; do (optipng -o5 "$line"); done REFERENCE: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/xenial/man1/optipng.1.html http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/xenial/en/man1/jpegoptim.1.html #jpeg #png #coding #codinglife #developer #devtips #learntocode #computerscience #webdesign #webdevelopment #frontenddev #code #webdevtips #webdev #developer #wtc #whatthecode" title="webdevtips Hey, how’re you’ll doing today 💃🏻 Next topic! How to compress PNG, JPEG images through the command line Compression in images will help boost the page loading speed and will enhance the usability for mobile users with low internet speed range. Compression can be achieved through a range of plugins which generally either comes with limitations of pricing plans. Most of the plugins generally work on utilizing the jpegoptim, optipng like open source libraries. INSTALLATION: Installing and using such a library isn't a big deal in any server. For example in Ubuntu, we can install using the following commands > sudo apt-get install optipng > sudo apt-get install jpegoptim USAGE: To compress a single file > optipng file.png > jpegoptim file.jpeg By using the range of options available, we can compress multiple ranges of files using other conditional statements along with speed control for effective memory utilization. Example to compress all png and jpeg images throughout the whole server > find . -type f -name "*.jpg" | while read line; do (jpegoptim "$line"); done > find . -type f -name "*.png" | while read line; do (optipng -o5 "$line"); done REFERENCE: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/xenial/man1/optipng.1.html http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/xenial/en/man1/jpegoptim.1.html #jpeg #png #coding #codinglife #developer #devtips #learntocode #computerscience #webdesign #webdevelopment #frontenddev #code #webdevtips #webdev #developer #wtc #whatthecode" caption="webdevtips Hey, how’re you’ll doing today 💃🏻 Next topic! How to compress PNG, JPEG images through the command line Compression in images will help boost the page loading speed and will enhance the usability for mobile users with low internet speed range. Compression can be achieved through a range of plugins which generally either comes with limitations of pricing plans. Most of the plugins generally work on utilizing the jpegoptim, optipng like open source libraries. INSTALLATION: Installing and using such a library isn't a big deal in any server. For example in Ubuntu, we can install using the following commands > sudo apt-get install optipng > sudo apt-get install jpegoptim USAGE: To compress a single file > optipng file.png > jpegoptim file.jpeg By using the range of options available, we can compress multiple ranges of files using other conditional statements along with speed control for effective memory utilization. Example to compress all png and jpeg images throughout the whole server > find . -type f -name "*.jpg" | while read line; do (jpegoptim "$line"); done > find . -type f -name "*.png" | while read line; do (optipng -o5 "$line"); done REFERENCE: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/xenial/man1/optipng.1.html http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/xenial/en/man1/jpegoptim.1.html #jpeg #png #coding #codinglife #developer #devtips #learntocode #computerscience #webdesign #webdevelopment #frontenddev #code #webdevtips #webdev #developer #wtc #whatthecode">
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Posted at: 2020-03-27 05:13:21
Hey, how’re you’ll doing today 💃🏻 Next topic! How to compress PNG, JPEG images through the command line Compression in images will help boost the page loading speed and will enhance the usability for mobile users with low internet speed range. Compression can be achieved through a range of plugins which generally either comes with limitations of pricing plans. Most of the plugins generally work on utilizing the jpegoptim, optipng like open source libraries. INSTALLATION: Installing and using such a library isn't a big deal in any server. For example in Ubuntu, we can install using the following commands > sudo apt-get install optipng > sudo apt-get install jpegoptim USAGE: To compress a single file > optipng file.png > jpegoptim file.jpeg By using the range of options available, we can compress multiple ranges of files using other conditional statements along with speed control for effective memory utilization. Example to compress all png and jpeg images throughout the whole server > find . -type f -name "*.jpg" | while read line; do (jpegoptim "$line"); done > find . -type f -name "*.png" | while read line; do (optipng -o5 "$line"); done REFERENCE: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/xenial/man1/optipng.1.html http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/xenial/en/man1/jpegoptim.1.html #jpeg #png #coding #codinglife #developer #devtips #learntocode #computerscience #webdesign #webdevelopment #frontenddev #code #webdevtips #webdev #developer #wtc #whatthecode
webdevtips #100daysofcode (5/100) what to do when you lose motivation because you are too dumb?
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Posted at: 2020-03-27 04:19:15
#100daysofcode (5/100) what to do when you lose motivation because you are too dumb?
webdevtips how would you guys escape tutorial nightmare?
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Posted at: 2020-03-26 18:16:07
how would you guys escape tutorial nightmare?
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Posted at: 2020-03-26 16:30:15
Synchronous vs Asynchronous⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣••••⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣🔘 Synchronous loading is like we complete a task, we do something different and we have to wait until that task Is done to view the next thing. ⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣✒︎ A good example of this would be adding products to our cart or at least our current cart(for example check my previous posts)
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webdevtips #TripleTips 
Nuestro equipo da inicio a los #devtips y hoy les compartimos algunos breves y basicos recursos de HTML para que puedan practicar 🏡

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#TripleTips Nuestro equipo da inicio a los #devtips y hoy les compartimos algunos breves y basicos recursos de HTML para que puedan practicar 🏡 Si tienen alguna pregunta/sugerencia los leemos! . . . . #webdev #html #htmlcss #css #learncss #learntocode #learnhtml #frontend #frontenddev #webdevelopment #webdesign #programming #webtips #devtips #dailytips #csssnippets #csstips #htmltips #javascript #javascripttips #learnjavascript #webdevtips #buildupdevs #triplestudios #argentina #digitalagency
webdevtips Hello guys, how are you? 🤓
Today we'll be seeing how we can create a repository on GitHub and then put some code there!
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I guess almost all of you know what git is and why it is so important. If that's not the case, o suggest to see my tip #66 first.
Let's say you have a project you are working on. Even if you don't plan to much with it, it's always a good idea to keep it in a repository. This way, you'll always have access to your code on any computer, you will never lose the code, and you can track the changes that your project will go through.
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Well, on GitHub we can create repositories and it's super easy! So let's go ahead and create an account on GitHub if you don't have one yet.
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Then, on the main page, or on the 'Repositories' page, click on 'Create New'. You should see the page shown here on the second slide. Here you need to put a name for your repository (usually it should be the name of your project), add a description for it and choose if you want it to be public or private.
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After clicking 'Create Repository' you should see the page shown here on the third slide. This means the repository has been created and it shows how you can start adding code to it. So now we just need to push our code!
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On the last slide you can see how we can do this. We navigate to our project's folder, initialize git, add and commit our files. Then we'll add the origin of our repository, and finally we just need to push what we committed to it. And it's done!
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Posted at: 2020-03-25 16:22:53
Hello guys, how are you? 🤓 Today we'll be seeing how we can create a repository on GitHub and then put some code there! - I guess almost all of you know what git is and why it is so important. If that's not the case, o suggest to see my tip #66 first. Let's say you have a project you are working on. Even if you don't plan to much with it, it's always a good idea to keep it in a repository. This way, you'll always have access to your code on any computer, you will never lose the code, and you can track the changes that your project will go through. - Well, on GitHub we can create repositories and it's super easy! So let's go ahead and create an account on GitHub if you don't have one yet. - Then, on the main page, or on the 'Repositories' page, click on 'Create New'. You should see the page shown here on the second slide. Here you need to put a name for your repository (usually it should be the name of your project), add a description for it and choose if you want it to be public or private. - After clicking 'Create Repository' you should see the page shown here on the third slide. This means the repository has been created and it shows how you can start adding code to it. So now we just need to push our code! - On the last slide you can see how we can do this. We navigate to our project's folder, initialize git, add and commit our files. Then we'll add the origin of our repository, and finally we just need to push what we committed to it. And it's done! - Let me know if you have any doubts 😀✌️👌 . . . #coding #codingtips #code #developer #webdevelopment #webdevtips #git #github #repository #dev #buildupdevs
webdevtips Hey guys, hope you're having a good start to the week 😀🔥
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So recently a friend of mine showed me this cool CSS property that i had never used: 'line-clamp'. Basically, if used this correctly, we can control the number of lines of text we want to display on an element.
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Look at the example to see what I'm talking about. On the left we have a div with some text where we see all of the test. On the right, the same thing but we apply the 'line-clamp' property, and three more properties, to limit the text to only show 3 lines.
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To achieve this, we give a 'line-clamp' class name to the 'p' element on the right side. Then, we apply some CSS using this class, as you can see on the CSS code. Using '-webkit-line-clamp: 3' we set this text to only show 3 lines. Obviously, we can change this number to any other number we would like. Besides numbers, we can also use 'none'.
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Posted at: 2020-03-23 16:18:56
Hey guys, hope you're having a good start to the week 😀🔥 - So recently a friend of mine showed me this cool CSS property that i had never used: 'line-clamp'. Basically, if used this correctly, we can control the number of lines of text we want to display on an element. - Look at the example to see what I'm talking about. On the left we have a div with some text where we see all of the test. On the right, the same thing but we apply the 'line-clamp' property, and three more properties, to limit the text to only show 3 lines. - To achieve this, we give a 'line-clamp' class name to the 'p' element on the right side. Then, we apply some CSS using this class, as you can see on the CSS code. Using '-webkit-line-clamp: 3' we set this text to only show 3 lines. Obviously, we can change this number to any other number we would like. Besides numbers, we can also use 'none'. - Even though pretty simple, this is a property that can sure come as handy. Unfortunately, not all browsers support it yet. - Hope you liked this tip and have a great Monday! 🤓♥️ . . . #css #htmlcss #html #CSS3 #webdesign #webdevelopment #web #ui #browser #chrome #frontendev #frontend #webdevtips
webdevtips In today’s post I tried to put common HTML tags that you can substitute with css values

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Posted at: 2020-03-22 16:04:41
In today’s post I tried to put common HTML tags that you can substitute with css values #webdev #html #css #learntocode #frontend #frontenddev #webdevelopment #webdesign #webtips #devtips #coding #webdevtips #webtips #web #navbar #nav #code #acronym #howtomake #tech #technology #css
webdevtips There are more than 55,000 plugins available for free in #WordPress’ repository that will save you time and money when building your site.
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There are more than 55,000 plugins available for free in #WordPress’ repository that will save you time and money when building your site. • One of our favorite #ecommerce plugins is Paid Memberships Pro, developed by co-author Jason Coleman. Using Paid Memberships Pro to handle your membership billing and management will allow you to focus your #development efforts on your #apps core competency rather than on how to integrate your site with a payment gateway. Plus its available for free! 🤓💻 • • #wordpresstips #webdev #webdevtips #bwawwp #wordpressbook #plugin #plugins #paidmembershipspro #ecommercetips #website #websitebuilder
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Today's tip is a simple one, on how we can fetch data from an API in React. This is something handy and that's pretty frequent for us to do. For this example, i decided to use the 'Rick and Morty API' because it's super easy to use, and we don't need any keys to use it. So, we'll fetch some characters from this API and show them in our UI.
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Posted at: 2020-03-20 16:16:33
What's up guys, how are things going? 😎 - Today's tip is a simple one, on how we can fetch data from an API in React. This is something handy and that's pretty frequent for us to do. For this example, i decided to use the 'Rick and Morty API' because it's super easy to use, and we don't need any keys to use it. So, we'll fetch some characters from this API and show them in our UI. - In order to do this, we'll use 'axios' - a promise based HTTP client that we'll use to do these requests to an API. So first, we need to install by doing 'npm install axios'. - Then, we'll create our Component where we'll fetch the data. We'll start by importing the stuff we'll need and we'll also require 'axios'. Then, using the 'useState' hook we'll create a state property for the characters that we will fetch. - We'll create a 'getCharacters' function and this is where we'll fetch the data. With axios, we just need to use the 'get' method and pass it the url of the endpoint we want to request. We'll then grab the response from this and store it on our 'characters' state property. - Now we just need to use the 'useEffect' hook to run this function. This will make sure the function runs once the Component mounts. - Finally, we just need to create our UI with the data that we now have. So basically, we start by checking if we already have 'characters', just checking its length. If we don't have any, we'll show a 'loading' message. If we do have, we'll map them, creating a div with the image of the character as the background and the name inside. - Hope you liked this tip and let me know if you have any doubts! 😀✌️🎉 . . . #react #reactjs #api #restapi #js #javascript #ui #axios #code #dev #developer #frontenddev #webdevelopment #coding #codingtips #webdevtips
webdevtips JavaScript is one of the most important languages you need it to be one of front-end or back-end
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Posted at: 2020-03-19 21:01:36
JavaScript is one of the most important languages you need it to be one of front-end or back-end . . #webdev #html #css #learntocode #frontend #frontenddev #webdevelopment #webdesign #webtips #devtips #coding #webdevtips #webtips #web #navbar #nav #code #acronym #howtomake #tech #technology #javascript
webdevtips If you don’t know bootstrap I encourage you to start learning now it saves a lot of time .
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Posted at: 2020-03-19 20:47:31
If you don’t know bootstrap I encourage you to start learning now it saves a lot of time . . Ignore tags: #webdev #html #css #learntocode #frontend #frontenddev #webdevelopment #webdesign #webtips #devtips #coding #webdevtips #webtips #web #navbar #nav #code #acronym #howtomake #tech #technology #bootstrap
webdevtips Hey guys, what's up? 😁🤘
How do you guys keep current with Web Development?
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Nowadays, it's not easy keep up with Web Dev. It's a high paced industry where things keep evolving and new tools are created everyday. So, for us developers, it can be quite stressing feeling like we have to know everything and all these new things that just keep coming up.
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The truth is that we don't need to know everything. Nobody knows. Still, it's important to at least be aware of what is happening in Web Dev and what new technologies, tools, methodologies, etc people are using. 
So, i leave you here some of the things i use to keep up with this industry - or at least try to .
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Reddit
There are a LOT of subreddits related to coding in general where you can find a lot of awesome content. The ones i visit more are: r/webdev, r/javascript and r/reactjs
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I follow on Twitter a lot of developers that are well known on this community. It's awesome to hear about new stuff and to find some tips as well.
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I love listening to podcasts when I'm driving to work everyday, as it is a great way to get some value from that time. There are some Web Dev related podcasts, but the ones i listen to the most are 'Syntax' and 'React Podcast'
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Posted at: 2020-03-18 16:20:32
Hey guys, what's up? 😁🤘 How do you guys keep current with Web Development? - Nowadays, it's not easy keep up with Web Dev. It's a high paced industry where things keep evolving and new tools are created everyday. So, for us developers, it can be quite stressing feeling like we have to know everything and all these new things that just keep coming up. - The truth is that we don't need to know everything. Nobody knows. Still, it's important to at least be aware of what is happening in Web Dev and what new technologies, tools, methodologies, etc people are using. So, i leave you here some of the things i use to keep up with this industry - or at least try to . - Reddit There are a LOT of subreddits related to coding in general where you can find a lot of awesome content. The ones i visit more are: r/webdev, r/javascript and r/reactjs - Twitter I follow on Twitter a lot of developers that are well known on this community. It's awesome to hear about new stuff and to find some tips as well. - Podcasts I love listening to podcasts when I'm driving to work everyday, as it is a great way to get some value from that time. There are some Web Dev related podcasts, but the ones i listen to the most are 'Syntax' and 'React Podcast' - Hope you liked this post and see you soon! 😀✌️🔥 . . . #webdevelopment #webdev #webdeveloper #frontendev #webdevtips #developer #coding #code #codingtips #frontenddevelopment
webdevtips Hello guys, hope all of you are well despite these recent news. More then ever, we need to be strong and united ♥️
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So the other day I've found on Reddit this cool React Component to create an Image Comparison Slider. This is a really cool effect that we see quite often in websites, where we can compare two images, one on top of the other, by sliding a vertical bar.
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To use this, we just need to first install the package by doing 'npm install react-image-comparison-slider'. Then, on the Component we want to use it, we import 'ImageSlider' from the package. We can also go ahead and import the images that we want to use.
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Now we just need to use the 'ImageSlider' Component, passing our images and some other options as props. The names of these options are all pretty self-explanatory. And that's all we need to do!
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Posted at: 2020-03-16 16:12:34
Hello guys, hope all of you are well despite these recent news. More then ever, we need to be strong and united ♥️ - So the other day I've found on Reddit this cool React Component to create an Image Comparison Slider. This is a really cool effect that we see quite often in websites, where we can compare two images, one on top of the other, by sliding a vertical bar. - To use this, we just need to first install the package by doing 'npm install react-image-comparison-slider'. Then, on the Component we want to use it, we import 'ImageSlider' from the package. We can also go ahead and import the images that we want to use. - Now we just need to use the 'ImageSlider' Component, passing our images and some other options as props. The names of these options are all pretty self-explanatory. And that's all we need to do! - If you want, you can also style it as you wish by accessing the classes that are created on this Component. You can check them with your DevTools. - See you soon guys and stay safe! 😀🙏 . . . #react #reactjs #html #css #javascript #js #webdevelopment #webdevtips #frontendwebdeveloper #ui #imageslider
webdevtips Happy Friday guys 😁✌️
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When we place scripts on our HTML pages, those scripts need to be loaded. This loading, depending on numerous reasons, can slow down the overall performance of our page so we need to be careful with how we handle them.
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Usually we write a script tag with a src attribute. On this attribute we'll place the path to our script. When the HTML is being parsed, it will find this script, make a request to fetch it and then execute it. After this is done, the parsing of the HTML will continue. This why a script can affect the performance of a page - we are stopping the HTML parsing because of the script.
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With 'async' the browser will fetch the script asynchronously while the HTML is being parsed. When the fetch ends, the parsing will pause to execute the script. After this, the parsing will continue. An 'async' script will not block the page, but you should not use this on scripts that rely on another scripts since the first to be loaded will be executed straight away. It's better to use this when we are using a third-party script.
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With 'defer' the browser will also fetch the script asynchronously while the HTML is being parsed. The difference is that the script will only be executed once the parsing is completed. Scripts with 'defer' won't block the page so the page content will show immediately. If we have multiple scripts with 'defer', they will be executed in whatever order they already have, unlike scripts with 'async'.
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Posted at: 2020-03-13 16:57:20
Happy Friday guys 😁✌️ - When we place scripts on our HTML pages, those scripts need to be loaded. This loading, depending on numerous reasons, can slow down the overall performance of our page so we need to be careful with how we handle them. - Usually we write a script tag with a src attribute. On this attribute we'll place the path to our script. When the HTML is being parsed, it will find this script, make a request to fetch it and then execute it. After this is done, the parsing of the HTML will continue. This why a script can affect the performance of a page - we are stopping the HTML parsing because of the script. - Additionally, we can also add one of two attributes on the script tag: 'async' and 'defer'. Using them, makes the loading of a script behave differently. Let's see how. - With 'async' the browser will fetch the script asynchronously while the HTML is being parsed. When the fetch ends, the parsing will pause to execute the script. After this, the parsing will continue. An 'async' script will not block the page, but you should not use this on scripts that rely on another scripts since the first to be loaded will be executed straight away. It's better to use this when we are using a third-party script. - With 'defer' the browser will also fetch the script asynchronously while the HTML is being parsed. The difference is that the script will only be executed once the parsing is completed. Scripts with 'defer' won't block the page so the page content will show immediately. If we have multiple scripts with 'defer', they will be executed in whatever order they already have, unlike scripts with 'async'. - Hope you liked this tip and hope you a have a great weekend! 😎🔥🤘 . . . #js #javascript #script #html #performance #webdev #developer #html #browser #async #defer #learnjavascript #webdevtips
webdevtips The weekend’s almost here! ✨

Last one for the week!

Bubble Sort Algorithm:

Bubble sort is a comparison-based algorithm in which each pair of adjacent elements is compared and the elements are swapped if they are not in order.

How does bubble sort work?

We take an unsorted array for example. Bubble sort takes Ο(n2) time so we're keeping it short and precise. Bubble sort starts with very first two elements, comparing them to check which one is greater.
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Posted at: 2020-03-06 10:05:51
The weekend’s almost here! ✨ Last one for the week! Bubble Sort Algorithm: Bubble sort is a comparison-based algorithm in which each pair of adjacent elements is compared and the elements are swapped if they are not in order. How does bubble sort work? We take an unsorted array for example. Bubble sort takes Ο(n2) time so we're keeping it short and precise. Bubble sort starts with very first two elements, comparing them to check which one is greater. . #javascript #java #tutorials #programming #coding #codinglife #developer #devtips #learntocode #computerscience #webdesign #webdevelopment #frontenddev #code #webdevtips #webdev #developer #wtc #whatthecode
webdevtips Do you have a few hours to spare over the weekend?

Webflow is a website design and development tool, CMS and hosting platform. It has transformed creating websites as we know it. From its sleek interface, to its high functionality properties, Webflow provides you all the tools to create beautiful website experiences without having to know code. And the cherry on top is that they have created courses to guide you each step of the way in order for you to master it.

We’ve compiled this cheatsheet of courses to get your started over the weekend, when you have a few hours to spare!

If you don’t have the time to learn how to do it, that’s okay. Lucky for you - our team at Kaii Lab does! Send us a message, and we’ll help design the website of your dreams!
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Posted at: 2020-03-05 10:05:43
Do you have a few hours to spare over the weekend? Webflow is a website design and development tool, CMS and hosting platform. It has transformed creating websites as we know it. From its sleek interface, to its high functionality properties, Webflow provides you all the tools to create beautiful website experiences without having to know code. And the cherry on top is that they have created courses to guide you each step of the way in order for you to master it. We’ve compiled this cheatsheet of courses to get your started over the weekend, when you have a few hours to spare! If you don’t have the time to learn how to do it, that’s okay. Lucky for you - our team at Kaii Lab does! Send us a message, and we’ll help design the website of your dreams!
webdevtips Hola! 👋🏻 Half way through the week, let’s look at another interesting one! 💆🏻‍♂️ Multiple ways to swap variables in javascript

Method 1: Using a temporary variable (Traditional Method)

var a = 1;
var b = 2;
var c; // Temporary variable stores the 'a' value
c = a; 
a = b;
// a = 2 
b = c;
// b = 1

Method: Using ES6 destructuring (without temporary variables)

var a = 1;
var b = 2; // Using destructuring to swap
[a, b] = [b, a]; // a = 2
// b = 1

Method 3: Using Arrays

var a = 1;
var b = 2; // Using Index to swap 'a' and assignment to swap 'b'
a = [b , b=a][0]; // a = 2
// b = 1
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Posted at: 2020-03-04 06:39:30
Hola! 👋🏻 Half way through the week, let’s look at another interesting one! 💆🏻‍♂️ Multiple ways to swap variables in javascript Method 1: Using a temporary variable (Traditional Method) var a = 1; var b = 2; var c; // Temporary variable stores the 'a' value c = a; a = b; // a = 2 b = c; // b = 1 Method: Using ES6 destructuring (without temporary variables) var a = 1; var b = 2; // Using destructuring to swap [a, b] = [b, a]; // a = 2 // b = 1 Method 3: Using Arrays var a = 1; var b = 2; // Using Index to swap 'a' and assignment to swap 'b' a = [b , b=a][0]; // a = 2 // b = 1 . . . #javascript #java #tutorials #programming #coding #codinglife #developer #devtips #learntocode #computerscience #webdesign #webdevelopment #frontenddev #code #webdevtips #webdev #developer #wtc #whatthecode
webdevtips ES6 standard (ECMAScript 2015) allows us to declare variables by using ‘let’ and ‘const’ keywords. And unlike ‘var’ variables these new declarations are block-scoped (you can think about block as of something that has curly braces around it). How do you prefer to declare new variables in your code? -
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Posted at: 2020-03-01 13:52:07
ES6 standard (ECMAScript 2015) allows us to declare variables by using ‘let’ and ‘const’ keywords. And unlike ‘var’ variables these new declarations are block-scoped (you can think about block as of something that has curly braces around it). How do you prefer to declare new variables in your code? - - - - - #web #dev #webdev #frontend #javascript #js #html #css #jstips #htmltips #csstips #webtips #webdevtips #csstricks #csstrickssnippets #webdevelopment #dailytips #programming #webprogramming #development #code #coding #coder #geek #juniordeveloper #juniorforlife #learntocode
webdevtips You should remember that variables declared inside a function are locally scoped to it. All of them can be accessed only within this function and can not be accessed from the outside. -
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You should remember that variables declared inside a function are locally scoped to it. All of them can be accessed only within this function and can not be accessed from the outside. - - - - - #web #dev #webdev #frontend #javascript #js #html #css #jstips #htmltips #csstips #webtips #webdevtips #csstricks #csstrickssnippets #webdevelopment #dailytips #programming #webprogramming #development #code #coding #coder #geek #juniordeveloper #juniorforlife #learntocode #follow #followyourdreams
webdevtips Happy Friday guys 😎🔥🔥
Hope you are having a productive day! For today's tip we'll see how we can easily create a clock with some JavaScript!
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Creating a clock with JavaScript is super simple. We basically just need to get the current date, extract the hours, minutes, seconds from this date, append all this stuff to an element and finally, we need make sure we run this every second so our clock is constantly updating. Let's follow this steps.
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We start by creating an element with the id 'clock' and we save a reference to it on a variable.  Next, we get the current date with 'new Date( )' and use the methods 'getHours', 'getMinutes' and 'getSeconds' to grab the current hour, minute and second.
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Now, since our minutes and seconds will not have a zero to the left if they are smaller than 10, we need to check this and add that zero if necessary. 
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Posted at: 2020-02-28 16:33:30
Happy Friday guys 😎🔥🔥 Hope you are having a productive day! For today's tip we'll see how we can easily create a clock with some JavaScript! - Creating a clock with JavaScript is super simple. We basically just need to get the current date, extract the hours, minutes, seconds from this date, append all this stuff to an element and finally, we need make sure we run this every second so our clock is constantly updating. Let's follow this steps. - We start by creating an element with the id 'clock' and we save a reference to it on a variable. Next, we get the current date with 'new Date( )' and use the methods 'getHours', 'getMinutes' and 'getSeconds' to grab the current hour, minute and second. - Now, since our minutes and seconds will not have a zero to the left if they are smaller than 10, we need to check this and add that zero if necessary. Then, we create a string displaying the hours, minutes and seconds and we append it to our clock element. - Finally, we create a setTimeout to run this same function we're in every second. And now we just need to execute our function and we're done! 😁 - Hope you liked this tip guys, let me know your thoughts! 👌🤓 . . . #web #webdev #js #javascript #html #es #ecmascript #browser #webdeveloper #coding #webdevtips #learnjavascript #learntocode
webdevtips The weeks coming to an end ☄️ How to resolve CORS ?

CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing) is a mechanism by which data or any other resource of a site could be shared intentionally to a third party website when there is a need.

A request for a resource (like an image or a font or an api call) outside of the origin is known as a cross-origin request. 
For example:

www.example.com is our domain and we're making a request (say for an image or a font) to www.example2.com, this is known as cross-origin request

In servers, cross-origin request is usually disabled for security purposes

You can resolve CORS by adding the lines below to htaccess file in your webserver.

If you don't have access to web server temporarily, you can disable CORS by using CORS extension available in the chrome store.
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Posted at: 2020-02-27 06:29:19
The weeks coming to an end ☄️ How to resolve CORS ? CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing) is a mechanism by which data or any other resource of a site could be shared intentionally to a third party website when there is a need. A request for a resource (like an image or a font or an api call) outside of the origin is known as a cross-origin request. For example: www.example.com is our domain and we're making a request (say for an image or a font) to www.example2.com, this is known as cross-origin request In servers, cross-origin request is usually disabled for security purposes You can resolve CORS by adding the lines below to htaccess file in your webserver. If you don't have access to web server temporarily, you can disable CORS by using CORS extension available in the chrome store. . . . #cors #webserver #mobdev #mobiledevelopment #tutorials #programming #coding #codinglife #developer #devtips #learntocode #computerscience #webdesign #programminglife #webdevelopment #backenddev #frontenddev #code #webdevtips #webdev #developer #wtc #whatthecode
webdevtips What's up guys? Hope you're having a productive day 👌👌
Today i want to show you the basics on how to write your first test for a React Component.
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Tests should help us believe that our application will always run smoothly. When refactoring a part of your application, you can break things you don't even consider. Tests will let you know about if you break something that has been tested so you can fix it instead of pushing breaking code to production.
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We'll be using Create React App that already comes with Jest - a testing framework for JavaScript. With CRA we just need to create a 'tests' folder and put our tests files here or simply name our test files as 'filename.test.js'.
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For this example, i created a 'UsersList' Component. A very simple Component that just receives an array of users and displays them. If there's no users, it shows a message saying that.
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Posted at: 2020-02-26 16:15:08
What's up guys? Hope you're having a productive day 👌👌 Today i want to show you the basics on how to write your first test for a React Component. - Tests should help us believe that our application will always run smoothly. When refactoring a part of your application, you can break things you don't even consider. Tests will let you know about if you break something that has been tested so you can fix it instead of pushing breaking code to production. - We'll be using Create React App that already comes with Jest - a testing framework for JavaScript. With CRA we just need to create a 'tests' folder and put our tests files here or simply name our test files as 'filename.test.js'. - For this example, i created a 'UsersList' Component. A very simple Component that just receives an array of users and displays them. If there's no users, it shows a message saying that. - Now, we create a 'tests' folder and inside it we create a file named 'UsersList.test.js'. Here we need to import React, 'shallow' - that will do a shallow render of our component and finally we import our component. We'll also create some mock data for the test. - We now create a test suite - a group of tests. We do this with the 'describe' method, were we pass a string that will describe this test suite and then a function where we'll put all of our tests for this suite. - For each test, we use the 'it' method, giving it a description and a function with the test itself. On the first test we just do a shallow render of our Component. If it renders, our test will pass, otherwise the test won't pass. On the second, we shallow render our Component with no users and we expect to find a message where it says that there are no users otherwise the test will fail. - On the third test, we shallow render our Component with users, and since we have two users, we expect our Component to have two 'li' there, one for each user. - After having our tests ready we just run 'npm test' on the terminal to find and run all tests. - Good luck on your tests guys! 😎🔥🤘 . . . #js #tests #application #software #react #reactjs #jest #enzyme #npm #coding #webdev #frontenddev #frontenddevelopment #developer #webdevtips
webdevtips In simple words, ‘scope’ answers the question “where are the variables and functions available in the code”. There are few different types of scope in JavaScript: global scope, local scope (functions scope) and block scope. The first one – is global scope. Any variable or function that is not inside other function or pair of curly braces (block) is globally scoped. In most cases using global scope is not a good idea because defined variables will be available for all JavaScript code in your application or website and this may lead to errors and bugs. 
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Posted at: 2020-02-26 13:17:38
In simple words, ‘scope’ answers the question “where are the variables and functions available in the code”. There are few different types of scope in JavaScript: global scope, local scope (functions scope) and block scope. The first one – is global scope. Any variable or function that is not inside other function or pair of curly braces (block) is globally scoped. In most cases using global scope is not a good idea because defined variables will be available for all JavaScript code in your application or website and this may lead to errors and bugs. #web #dev #webdev #frontend #javascript #js #html #css #jstips #htmltips #csstips #webtips #webdevtips #csstricks #csstrickssnippets #webdevelopment #dailytips #programming #webprogramming #development #code #coding #coder #geek #juniordeveloper #juniorforlife #learntocode
webdevtips Happy Monday guys 😁🔥
We'll start this week with a tip on how to create a sidebar with some icons and text and then we'll toggle it to collapse, hiding the text and keeping the icons. In order to do this we'll use some CSS and a couple of lines of JavaScript.
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First, we have to lay down our structure for the sidebar on the HTML. We just need to have a div for the sidebar with the ID and class 'nav', and inside it we'll place a logo and some items. On our logo we create an 'onclick' attribute that will run a function called 'collapseNav'.
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Happy Monday guys 😁🔥 We'll start this week with a tip on how to create a sidebar with some icons and text and then we'll toggle it to collapse, hiding the text and keeping the icons. In order to do this we'll use some CSS and a couple of lines of JavaScript. - First, we have to lay down our structure for the sidebar on the HTML. We just need to have a div for the sidebar with the ID and class 'nav', and inside it we'll place a logo and some items. On our logo we create an 'onclick' attribute that will run a function called 'collapseNav'. - Now we need to create a script with this function. This function will only grab our 'nav' div and on it we'll toggle the class 'collapsed'. So when we click on the logo once we add the class 'collapsed' to our nav and if we click again we'll remove that class! - Finally, we just need some CSS to put all this together. We use some basic styles to get things to look how you see on the example. Then, when the class 'collapsed' is on our nav, we'll decrease the width of our nav, we'll hide the text from each menu item and we'll resize our logo to fit the sidebar. - And that is all, hope you have liked this tip! 😅🔥👌 . . . #html #javascript #css #css3 #animation #web #webdesign #webdev #webdeveloment #ui #uidesign #learncss #coding #developer #webdevtips
webdevtips IIFE (immediately invoked function expression) is a specific way to declare and immediately call the function. This pattern can be used in some cases where you need to create an inner scope for your variables and functions (because each function in JavaScript creates it’s own inner scope and encapsulates variables and functions which were declared within this function). This pattern was frequently used in the past (before JS modules) as a way to provide a ‘safe’ place where variables and functions can not leak outside this function and interfere with other code in our application or website. -
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IIFE (immediately invoked function expression) is a specific way to declare and immediately call the function. This pattern can be used in some cases where you need to create an inner scope for your variables and functions (because each function in JavaScript creates it’s own inner scope and encapsulates variables and functions which were declared within this function). This pattern was frequently used in the past (before JS modules) as a way to provide a ‘safe’ place where variables and functions can not leak outside this function and interfere with other code in our application or website. - - - - - #web #dev #webdev #frontend #javascript #js #html #css #jstips #htmltips #csstips #webtips #webdevtips #csstricks #csstrickssnippets #webdevelopment #dailytips #programming #webprogramming #development #code #coding #coder #geek #juniordeveloper #juniorforlife #learntocode #coderlife #frontendhero
webdevtips There are few different ways to declare a function in JavaScript. And here they are:
- Function declaration with a `function` keyword
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There are few different ways to declare a function in JavaScript. And here they are: - Function declaration with a `function` keyword - Anonymous function - Function expression - Arrow function All of them are completely valid and you should use each one of them according to your needs. There are a few more ways to create something which is called `method` but I’ll cover it in a future posts. - - - - - #web #dev #webdev #frontend #javascript #js #html #css #jstips #htmltips #csstips #webtips #webdevtips #csstricks #csstrickssnippets #webdevelopment #dailytips #programming #webprogramming #development #code #coding #coder #geek #juniordeveloper #juniorforlife #learntocode
webdevtips Well, before we close this week let’s take a look at the next one!

How to customize File Input Styling

Step 1: Hide the input type file 
Step 2: Change the label styling 
Step 3: The label has upload image with a specific width.
Step 4: As we use in label, it toggles the control for file input.
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Well, before we close this week let’s take a look at the next one! How to customize File Input Styling Step 1: Hide the input type file Step 2: Change the label styling Step 3: The label has upload image with a specific width. Step 4: As we use in label, it toggles the control for file input. . (Note: It will not show the file name selected) . Do like and follow! We post tips, tutorials, and memes every week! 🤯👨🏻‍💻 . . . #html #fileinput #fileinputstyling #css #htmlcss #htmltips #csstips #tutorials #programming #coding #codinglife #developer #devtips #learntocode #computerscience #webdesign #programminglife #webdevelopment #backenddev #frontenddev #code #webdevtips #webdev #developer #wtc #whatthecode
webdevtips Wondering where to start when creating a brand new website or a business email? 🖥

Whether you are creating your own website or a website developer is making one for you, one of the first steps to do is get your website domain name. 
Thinking of your domain name and registering it is not as difficult as it sounds, we promise! 
In our latest blog post we break down for you what a domain name is, the importance of getting it right and how to get your domain purchased so no one else can have your unique listing. 
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Wondering where to start when creating a brand new website or a business email? 🖥 Whether you are creating your own website or a website developer is making one for you, one of the first steps to do is get your website domain name. Thinking of your domain name and registering it is not as difficult as it sounds, we promise! In our latest blog post we break down for you what a domain name is, the importance of getting it right and how to get your domain purchased so no one else can have your unique listing. Link in the bio to read more: . . . . . . #website #webdesign #webdesigner #webdevelopment #webdevtips #domainname #websitedomain #businessemail #newwebsite #webdev #businesstips #businessbranding #branding #brandstrategy #smallbusiness #blog #blogpost #inspiration #tipsandtricks #smallbusinesshelp #smallbusinessstartup #smallbusinessstrategy #smallbusinesssupport #westmidlandsbusiness #websitehosting #businessblog #websitetips #domains #inspirationbusiness #smallbusinessuk
webdevtips Parameters vs Arguments.
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Parameters vs Arguments. When you define a function and want it to be able to receive some input data – you should define function parameters. And when you call the function and provide actual input data/values – these are called arguments. - - - - - #web #dev #webdev #frontend #javascript #js #html #css #jstips #htmltips #csstips #webtips #webdevtips #csstricks #csstrickssnippets #webdevelopment #dailytips #programming #webprogramming #development #code #coding #coder #geek #juniordeveloper #juniorforlife #learntocode
webdevtips Hey guys, what's up? 😁✌️
For today's tip i want to show you the basics on how to create Soft UI elements with some CSS.
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Soft UI - or Neomorphism - is a design trend that has been gaining a lot of popularity for the past months and a lot of people believe that is going to be the biggest trend for UI design in 2020.
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Using 'box-shadow' we can multiple shadows by using a comma ( , ), so we'll apply two shadows. On the first shadow we'll use a black color with .15 opacity. On the second shadow we set the opposite for the first two values, and then we use a white color with .85 opacity.
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Hey guys, what's up? 😁✌️ For today's tip i want to show you the basics on how to create Soft UI elements with some CSS. - Courtesy of @webdev.tips Soft UI - or Neomorphism - is a design trend that has been gaining a lot of popularity for the past months and a lot of people believe that is going to be the biggest trend for UI design in 2020. - One of the main key points on this trend is the fact that elements (like cards and buttons) pretend to be raised from the background. They even seem to have the same 'material' as the background. - To achieve this we have to set the background color of these elements to have the same color as our background. Then, we just apply two opposite shadows on the elements, one dark and one light. - Now on our CSS. First, we make sure we don't set any background color on our elements, so it inherits the one from the body. Then, using our 'soft' class we set some border-radius (this help give the elements a more natural look) and finally we apply our shadows. - Using 'box-shadow' we can multiple shadows by using a comma ( , ), so we'll apply two shadows. On the first shadow we'll use a black color with .15 opacity. On the second shadow we set the opposite for the first two values, and then we use a white color with .85 opacity. - And that's it, we now have some cool Soft UI elements ! See you soon guys 😎🔥 . . . #css #learncss #css3 #ui #design #richcandies #softui #neomorphism #webdesign #webdev #webdevtips
webdevtips Hey guys, what's up? 😁✌️
For today's tip i want to show you the basics on how to create Soft UI elements with some CSS.
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Soft UI - or Neomorphism - is a design trend that has been gaining a lot of popularity for the past months and a lot of people believe that is going to be the biggest trend for UI design in 2020.
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One of the main key points on this trend is the fact that elements (like cards and buttons)  pretend to be raised from the background. They even seem to have the same 'material' as the background.
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Now on our CSS. First, we make sure we don't set any background color on our elements, so it inherits the one from the body. Then, using our 'soft' class we set some border-radius (this help give the elements a more natural look) and finally we apply our shadows.
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Using 'box-shadow' we can multiple shadows by using a comma ( , ), so we'll apply two shadows. On the first shadow we'll use a black color with .15 opacity. On the second shadow we set the opposite for the first two values, and then we use a white color with .85 opacity.
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Posted at: 2020-02-19 16:00:35
Hey guys, what's up? 😁✌️ For today's tip i want to show you the basics on how to create Soft UI elements with some CSS. - Soft UI - or Neomorphism - is a design trend that has been gaining a lot of popularity for the past months and a lot of people believe that is going to be the biggest trend for UI design in 2020. - One of the main key points on this trend is the fact that elements (like cards and buttons) pretend to be raised from the background. They even seem to have the same 'material' as the background. - To achieve this we have to set the background color of these elements to have the same color as our background. Then, we just apply two opposite shadows on the elements, one dark and one light. - Now on our CSS. First, we make sure we don't set any background color on our elements, so it inherits the one from the body. Then, using our 'soft' class we set some border-radius (this help give the elements a more natural look) and finally we apply our shadows. - Using 'box-shadow' we can multiple shadows by using a comma ( , ), so we'll apply two shadows. On the first shadow we'll use a black color with .15 opacity. On the second shadow we set the opposite for the first two values, and then we use a white color with .85 opacity. - And that's it, we now have some cool Soft UI elements ! See you soon guys 😎🔥 . . . #css #learncss #css3 #ui #design #softui #neomorphism #webdesign #webdev #webdevtips
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Functions are a fundamental building blocks in JavaScript. Functions allow us to group together sets of statements. They can take some ‘in’ data (also known as arguments) and produce an output (return some computed or predefined value). - - - - - #web #dev #webdev #frontend #javascript #js #html #css #jstips #htmltips #csstips #webtips #webdevtips #csstricks #csstrickssnippets #webdevelopment #dailytips #programming #webprogramming #development #code #coding #coder #geek #juniordeveloper #juniorforlife #learntocode
webdevtips Well well well🤦🏻‍♂️🙊
We’ve all gone through this, haven’t we? 👀
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Posted at: 2020-02-19 12:51:49
Well well well🤦🏻‍♂️🙊 We’ve all gone through this, haven’t we? 👀 . . #codingmemes #memes #programmingmemes #memelife #programming #coding #codinglife #developer #devtips #learntocode #computerscience #webdesign #programminglife #webdevelopment #backenddev #frontenddev #code #webdevtips #webdev #developer #wtc #whatthecode
webdevtips Booleans in JavaScript can be manually set or calculated. There are two possible values for the boolean variable: ‘true’ or ‘false’. In most cases booleans can be used as a ‘flag’ indicators in your code (if something is enabled, available or exists, ‘on’ or ‘off’). Pretty simple, huh? -
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Booleans in JavaScript can be manually set or calculated. There are two possible values for the boolean variable: ‘true’ or ‘false’. In most cases booleans can be used as a ‘flag’ indicators in your code (if something is enabled, available or exists, ‘on’ or ‘off’). Pretty simple, huh? - - - - - #web #dev #webdev #frontend #javascript #js #html #css #jstips #htmltips #csstips #webtips #webdevtips #csstricks #csstrickssnippets #webdevelopment #dailytips #programming #webprogramming #development #code #coding #coder #geek #juniordeveloper #juniorforlife #learntocode
webdevtips Hello there guys 👋🏻😌
Let’s take a look at the next one! 
Difference between visibility: hidden and display: none.

The display: none and visibility: hidden hides the element in the HTML page.

visibility: hidden hides the element on the page but takes up the space required i.e. the element will be rendered into the DOM tree.

display: none removes the element completely. It does not take up any space.  It doesn't allow the element to be rendered into the DOM.
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Posted at: 2020-02-18 10:49:54
Hello there guys 👋🏻😌 Let’s take a look at the next one! Difference between visibility: hidden and display: none. The display: none and visibility: hidden hides the element in the HTML page. visibility: hidden hides the element on the page but takes up the space required i.e. the element will be rendered into the DOM tree. display: none removes the element completely. It does not take up any space. It doesn't allow the element to be rendered into the DOM. . . The HTML contains bootstrap alerts. When applying the visibility hidden for success class, it's hidden and takes up space. But in contrast, when display none is used for warning, it removes the element from the page. . . . . #html #visibility #css #htmlcss #htmltips #csstips #tutorials #programming #coding #codinglife #developer #devtips #learntocode #computerscience #webdesign #programminglife #webdevelopment #backenddev #frontenddev #code #webdevtips #webdev #developer #wtc #whatthecode
webdevtips What's up guys, all good? 😁🤘
Today i want to talk with you about another neat functionality that i recently found on Chrome: the Animations Inspector.
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So what does this Inspector do? When you have some CSS animation on a specific element, this lets you select that animation and review it in real time.
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This is awesome for debugging purposes as it let's you change the velocity of your animation and the delay of it. With this you can easily fix any problems that your animation may have or it can help you understand why the animation isn't as smooth as it should be.
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Posted at: 2020-02-17 15:41:29
What's up guys, all good? 😁🤘 Today i want to talk with you about another neat functionality that i recently found on Chrome: the Animations Inspector. - So what does this Inspector do? When you have some CSS animation on a specific element, this lets you select that animation and review it in real time. - This is awesome for debugging purposes as it let's you change the velocity of your animation and the delay of it. With this you can easily fix any problems that your animation may have or it can help you understand why the animation isn't as smooth as it should be. - To open this Inspector you just need to open your Chrome DevTools, select the 'Elements' tab, click on the three vertical dots, click on 'More Tools' and then on 'Animations'. This will open a tab on the bottom of your DevTools and when you reload the page, the animations will appear there. You just need to click on whatever animation you want and do what you want with it 😁 - Hope you give this a try, it's really handy! See you soon guys 😎🤘🔥 . . . #html #css #chrome #devtools #animations #ui #webdesign #webdev #frontenddev #coding #webdevtips
webdevtips There are two ways to express ‘nothing’ in JavaScript. And they are: undefined and null. If we create a variable and don’t set any value to it – it will be undefined. On the other hand, null is a value of ‘nothing’ (it should be explicitly set). Both of them are falsy values. -
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There are two ways to express ‘nothing’ in JavaScript. And they are: undefined and null. If we create a variable and don’t set any value to it – it will be undefined. On the other hand, null is a value of ‘nothing’ (it should be explicitly set). Both of them are falsy values. - - - - - #web #dev #webdev #frontend #javascript #js #html #css #jstips #htmltips #csstips #webtips #webdevtips #csstricks #csstrickssnippets #webdevelopment #dailytips #programming #webprogramming #development #code #coding #coder #geek #juniordeveloper #juniorforlife #learntocode
webdevtips Hey guys, let’s get the week going! 🔥
In this session, we are gonna learn to customize a radio button i.e. changing the border color, size, etc

Step 1: (HTML)

In html, we have to create two radio buttons using input tag and having called the corresponding class names.

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The CSS property for the corresponding class name has been listed in the code in the images. 
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Posted at: 2020-02-17 05:00:07
Hey guys, let’s get the week going! 🔥 In this session, we are gonna learn to customize a radio button i.e. changing the border color, size, etc Step 1: (HTML) In html, we have to create two radio buttons using input tag and having called the corresponding class names. Step 2: (CSS) The CSS property for the corresponding class name has been listed in the code in the images. The after pseudo class is used to represent a radio button has been clicked. . (Note: The default radio button has been hidden using appearence:none, which further allows us to customize the corresponding radio button.) . . #html #radiobutton #customize #css #htmlcss #htmltips #csstips #tutorials #programming #coding #codinglife #developer #devtips #learntocode #computerscience #webdesign #programminglife #webdevelopment #backenddev #frontenddev #code #webdevtips #webdev #developer #wtc #whatthecode
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Objects in JavaScript are the biggest “building block”. Everything in JavaScript is an object, including all types, special values and even functions. In most cases objects are used for storing the data. - - - - - #web #dev #webdev #frontend #javascript #js #html #css #jstips #htmltips #csstips #webtips #webdevtips #csstricks #csstrickssnippets #webdevelopment #dailytips #programming #webprogramming #development #code #coding #coder #geek #juniordeveloper #juniorforlife #learntocode
webdevtips Numbers in JavaScript are pretty simple. There are only integer and float numbers (numbers with a decimal points). There are a few special values also: 
1. NaN (not a number). You can get it while performing some wrong math (e.g. 10/‘five’ will give you NaN as a result)
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Posted at: 2020-02-15 15:27:07
Numbers in JavaScript are pretty simple. There are only integer and float numbers (numbers with a decimal points). There are a few special values also: 1. NaN (not a number). You can get it while performing some wrong math (e.g. 10/‘five’ will give you NaN as a result) 2. Infinity – this is the largest possible number in JavaScript 3. -Infinity – which is a smallest number in JS, obviously - - - - - #web #dev #webdev #frontend #javascript #js #html #css #jstips #htmltips #csstips #webtips #webdevtips #csstricks #csstrickssnippets #webdevelopment #dailytips #programming #webprogramming #development #code #coding #coder #geek #juniordeveloper #juniorforlife #learntocode
webdevtips Hey guys, how are you?
For today's tip well see how we can do a loading spinner, all made from scratch using SVG. This will show us a bit about how we can animate SVG's on a webpage.
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To start, we need to create the SVG with the loading we want to animate. As you can on the 'FX' slide, i created in Adobe XD a circular form with no background, only border. Then i created a quarter of a circle that will then be spinned around our main circle, thus creating the loading effect. We save this as an SVG file.
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Posted at: 2020-02-14 16:05:36
Hey guys, how are you? For today's tip well see how we can do a loading spinner, all made from scratch using SVG. This will show us a bit about how we can animate SVG's on a webpage. - To start, we need to create the SVG with the loading we want to animate. As you can on the 'FX' slide, i created in Adobe XD a circular form with no background, only border. Then i created a quarter of a circle that will then be spinned around our main circle, thus creating the loading effect. We save this as an SVG file. - Now, we just to open our SVG file with whatever code editor you are using and we'll see a chunck of code wrapped in a 'svg' tag. This code represents all the elements we've created. We can go ahead and copy it. - On our HTML file, we just paste this code wherever we want to put our loading. If we open it on our browser, we'll see the image we created, completely static. So now we just need to apply some CSS. - On the CSS, we just need to set some dimensions for our loading spinner (in my case it's 100px * 100px) and apply some colors to the circle and to the spinner as well. To wrap things up we just need to apply to the spinner an animation that will make it just keep rotating around the main circle. And it's done! - Hope you have a great Friday guys 😎✌️🔥 . . . #html #svg #animation #webanimation #webdevtips #css #ui #webdev #webdesign #webdevelopment #learnhtml #webdevtips
webdevtips Hey guys, how's your week so far? 🔥
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Let’s end this week on a high note! 
Take a look at how we can setup a SSL for a website in 3 easy steps!

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Install certbot required packages

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install software-properties-common
sudo add-apt-repository universe
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:certbot/certbot
sudo apt-get update

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sudo apt-get install certbot python-certbot-apache

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Run certbot.

This will fetch the websites hosted in the current server and will let you choose the domains for which you would like to install SSL certificate.

sudo certbot --apache

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Run certbot auto renewal.

Certbot will install a certificate with  a validity of upto 90 days only by default. After that, manual renewal need to be performed by executing certbot renewal command.

To enable auto renewal, run the following command

sudo certbot renew --dry-run 
I hope this was easy and useful! 💡
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Posted at: 2020-02-14 10:34:15
Hey guys, how's your week so far? 🔥 . Let’s end this week on a high note! Take a look at how we can setup a SSL for a website in 3 easy steps! Step 1: Install certbot required packages sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install software-properties-common sudo add-apt-repository universe sudo add-apt-repository ppa:certbot/certbot sudo apt-get update Then, install certbot sudo apt-get install certbot python-certbot-apache Step 2: Run certbot. This will fetch the websites hosted in the current server and will let you choose the domains for which you would like to install SSL certificate. sudo certbot --apache Step 3: Run certbot auto renewal. Certbot will install a certificate with a validity of upto 90 days only by default. After that, manual renewal need to be performed by executing certbot renewal command. To enable auto renewal, run the following command sudo certbot renew --dry-run I hope this was easy and useful! 💡 . . #certbot #python #devops #apache #ssl #godaddy #aws #security #tutorials #programming #coding #codinglife #developer #devtips #learntocode #computerscience #webdesign #programminglife #webdevelopment #backenddev #frontenddev #code #webdevtips #webdev #developer #wtc #whatthecode
webdevtips There are three ways to create/declare a variable in JavaScript. Using single quotes or double quotes are equal. It mostly depends on your coding style or preferences. The last one, using backticks, can be used for interpolations (you can ‘inject’ variables or even some expressions inside your string). More is coming! Let me know if you got any questions already 😉
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There are three ways to create/declare a variable in JavaScript. Using single quotes or double quotes are equal. It mostly depends on your coding style or preferences. The last one, using backticks, can be used for interpolations (you can ‘inject’ variables or even some expressions inside your string). More is coming! Let me know if you got any questions already 😉 - - - - - #web #dev #webdev #frontend #javascript #js #html #css #jstips #htmltips #csstips #webtips #webdevtips #csstricks #csstrickssnippets #webdevelopment #dailytips #programming #webprogramming #development #code #coding #coder #geek #juniordeveloper #juniorforlife #learntocode
webdevtips There are seven types in JavaScript (but you should remember that at the end of the day everything is an object 😉). I’ll try to cover up every type in the future posts. -
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There are seven types in JavaScript (but you should remember that at the end of the day everything is an object 😉). I’ll try to cover up every type in the future posts. - - - - - #web #dev #webdev #frontend #javascript #js #html #css #jstips #htmltips #csstips #webtips #webdevtips #csstricks #csstrickssnippets #webdevelopment #dailytips #programming #webprogramming #development #code #coding #coder #geek #juniordeveloper #juniorforlife #learntocode #types #jstypes
webdevtips Hey guys, what's up?
So, on on the past two weeks i shared two tips showing you how to use icons on a website with Font Awesome library and how to use icons without any library ( tips #133 and #125 ). Today i want to show you how we can easily add icons on a React application 👍
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Posted at: 2020-02-12 16:15:27
Hey guys, what's up? So, on on the past two weeks i shared two tips showing you how to use icons on a website with Font Awesome library and how to use icons without any library ( tips #133 and #125 ). Today i want to show you how we can easily add icons on a React application 👍 - To do this, we'll be using a library called 'react-icons'. This library is awesome because it let us use icons from different libraries ( FontAwesome, Typicons, Material Design Icons, DevIcons, and a bunch more) and it's super easy to use. I suggest you visit their website - react-icons.netlify.con - to browse through all the icons you can use. - We'll start by installing this library by doing ' npm install react-icons' on our project. Then, we just need to go a Component and import the icons that we want. We can this by writing ' import { someIcon } from 'react-icons/fa' ', where 'fa' is the icon library that we want to use. - Now, inside our Component's return we just need to use that Icon as a component, so: ' '. We can also give it a class if we want. We can then style it with CSS by using 'fill' to set the color of the icon, 'stroke' to set the strole color of the icon and 'font-size' to set the size of the icon! - Hope you liked this tip, have a nice one 😎✌️ . . . #react #reactjs #js #reacticons #frontend #frontenddev #icons #ui #fontawesome #materialdesign #typicons #devicons #css #webdevtips
webdevtips There are three ways to declare a variable in JavaScript. All these ways are valid and you can use them in your code. The best practices rules are following:
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Posted at: 2020-02-12 09:11:59
There are three ways to declare a variable in JavaScript. All these ways are valid and you can use them in your code. The best practices rules are following: 1. Use const for constants or any variables that don’t need to be changed later; 2. Use let for everything else. Please, leave a comment in case you have any additional questions about declaring or using variables in JS. - - - - - #web #dev #webdev #frontend #javascript #js #html #css #jstips #htmltips #csstips #webtips #webdevtips #csstricks #csstrickssnippets #webdevelopment #dailytips #programming #webprogramming #development #code #coding #coder #geek #juniordeveloper #juniorforlife #learntocode
webdevtips Hello World 👋! I’m passionate front-end developer 💻. The goal of this account is to share some knowledge and inspire other devs 👨‍💻👩‍💻 with some hot 🔥 coding tips and tricks. I hope you will learn a lot along the way! Stay tuned!
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Posted at: 2020-02-11 16:36:18
Hello World 👋! I’m passionate front-end developer 💻. The goal of this account is to share some knowledge and inspire other devs 👨‍💻👩‍💻 with some hot 🔥 coding tips and tricks. I hope you will learn a lot along the way! Stay tuned! - - - - -  #web #dev #webdev #frontend #javascript #js #html #css #jstips #htmltips #csstips #webtips #webdevtips #csstricks #csstrickssnippets #webdevelopment #dailytips #programming #webprogramming #development #code #coding #coder #geek #juniordeveloper #juniorforlife
webdevtips Hello guys, how are you? 😁
Today's tip will be on CSS intrinsic sizing for elements. This fancy words basically means that the the size of the element will be based on its content. But let's see what we can do with this.
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When you set the width of an element you can use different types of units: auto, em, rem, px, vw, %, etc. But we can also set the width of an element using intrinsic sizing: 'min-content', 'max-content' and 'fit-content'. Even though this is not yet fully compatible on all browsers, it's still a good option for some cases since it's really easy to use.
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Finally, the last box has 'fit-content'. The width will be the same as 'max-content' while there is more available space then needed. If that's not the case, it will use the available space. If the available space is not enough, it will be the same as 'min-content'.
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Posted at: 2020-02-10 15:52:34
Hello guys, how are you? 😁 Today's tip will be on CSS intrinsic sizing for elements. This fancy words basically means that the the size of the element will be based on its content. But let's see what we can do with this. - When you set the width of an element you can use different types of units: auto, em, rem, px, vw, %, etc. But we can also set the width of an element using intrinsic sizing: 'min-content', 'max-content' and 'fit-content'. Even though this is not yet fully compatible on all browsers, it's still a good option for some cases since it's really easy to use. - Look at the video example and try to understand the differences between the cases we have here: - The first box has a specified with of 400px. It will always stay that way. If our screen is smaller than 400px then we won't see the whole box. - The second box has 'min-content' so, the width of the box will be equal to wider word on our text (content or consecteur). If we had a longer word in here, the box would have enough width to accommodate that word. - Third box has 'max-content'. The width will be the minimum width necessary to fit all the content without overflowing it. It also won't respect the page width, it only cares about its content. - Finally, the last box has 'fit-content'. The width will be the same as 'max-content' while there is more available space then needed. If that's not the case, it will use the available space. If the available space is not enough, it will be the same as 'min-content'. - Hope you liked this tip and let me know your thoughts! 😁👍🔥 . . . #html #css #webdev #webdesign #htmlcss #css3 #responsivewebdesign #responsive #learncss #webdevtips #frontend #frontendev
webdevtips Happy Saturday guys! What's up?
Today i want to show you something really neat that i found recently on Google Chrome: the box shadow editor!
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Basically when you open the Chrome DevTools, go to the 'Elements' tab and select an element, you can click that little icon next to the 'box-shadow' rule (see in the video) and it will open this modal where you can edit the element's box-shadow and preview it in real time!
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Posted at: 2020-02-08 16:52:17
Happy Saturday guys! What's up? Today i want to show you something really neat that i found recently on Google Chrome: the box shadow editor! - Basically when you open the Chrome DevTools, go to the 'Elements' tab and select an element, you can click that little icon next to the 'box-shadow' rule (see in the video) and it will open this modal where you can edit the element's box-shadow and preview it in real time! - Here, you can mess around with all the settings that are part of box-shadow, including the type: 'outset' for the outter shadow and 'inset' to create a inner shadow. - Go give it a try if you haven't, its really handy! Have a nice weekend guys 😁🔥🤘 . . . #html #css #boxshadow #design #webdesign #ui #web #browser #chrome #devtools #boxshadow #learncss #webdevtips
webdevtips Hope you're having a good Friday guys 😎
Today we're talking a little about Google Fonts. I know most of you may already know this, but for those who don't i think it will be a great tip.
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So basically when you want to have a custom font on your website you need to make sure that you use something like 'font-face' to include that font so that when a user visits your website, it will automatically download the font. If you don't do this, the user will not be able to see that font.
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So to use this just go to 'fonts.google.com' and choose a font that you like. You can try them by entering preview text and seeing how it looks. Then click on 'Select this Font' and it will open a drawer that you can expand. On this drawer you can go to 'Customize' and choose the weights you want. Then, go back to 'Embed' and copy the link and paste it on the 'head' of your website. And you have the font included on your website!
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Posted at: 2020-02-07 16:11:53
Hope you're having a good Friday guys 😎 Today we're talking a little about Google Fonts. I know most of you may already know this, but for those who don't i think it will be a great tip. - So basically when you want to have a custom font on your website you need to make sure that you use something like 'font-face' to include that font so that when a user visits your website, it will automatically download the font. If you don't do this, the user will not be able to see that font. - Luckily, some years ago, Google created 'Google Fonts' - a service that has a lot of awesome fonts that you can choose and use on your websites. You just need to include a link for the font that you want and you'll be able to use it on your website! - So to use this just go to 'fonts.google.com' and choose a font that you like. You can try them by entering preview text and seeing how it looks. Then click on 'Select this Font' and it will open a drawer that you can expand. On this drawer you can go to 'Customize' and choose the weights you want. Then, go back to 'Embed' and copy the link and paste it on the 'head' of your website. And you have the font included on your website! - Now you can also copy that CSS line on the drawer to set the font and apply it to the body of your website or any other element you want. And it's all done 🤘🤘 - Overall, this is super useful and super easy to use! Hope you liked it guys! 😁🔥 . . . #html #css #fonts #google #googlefonts #web #webdesign #webdev #webdevtips #typography #ui #design #coding #webdeveloper #webdevelopment
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Today's tip is about something that we usually hear a lot about: cookies 🍪🍪
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Posted at: 2020-02-05 23:54:43
Posted By @webdev.tips _ How is your week going guys? 😁 Today's tip is about something that we usually hear a lot about: cookies 🍪🍪 But, what exactly are cookies and how we can use them? - A cookie is basically a piece of information that a website sends to your computer that is then stored in a file on your browser. The most common use case for a cookie is to store some information about the user that can later be retrieved and used to show custom stuff on the website. - So how we can use cookies? Well, first of all, we need some kind of server that supports HTTP, so if you try to do this only on a local browser you won't be able to do it. Take a look at the code example, to set a cookie we only need to do "document.cookie = ' KEY = VALUE; expires = DATE' ". So, we associate a value with a key and then we set the date when the cookie will expire. - To retrieve this cookie we just need to use 'document.cookie' and we have access to that cookie. Finally, if we want to delete a cookie, we can do exactly the same we did to create the cookie, but on the 'expires' we put some past date. This will delete the cookie because it's expiration date has already passed. - And that's it about cookies, hope you learned something new! See you guys 🤓✌️ . . . #js #javascript #ecmascript #es #browser #cookie #webdev #webdevelopment #data #frontend #coding #webdevtips
webdevtips How is your week going guys? 😁
Today's tip is about something that we usually hear a lot about: cookies 🍪🍪
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Posted at: 2020-02-05 16:02:17
How is your week going guys? 😁 Today's tip is about something that we usually hear a lot about: cookies 🍪🍪 But, what exactly are cookies and how we can use them? - A cookie is basically a piece of information that a website sends to your computer that is then stored in a file on your browser. The most common use case for a cookie is to store some information about the user that can later be retrieved and used to show custom stuff on the website. - So how we can use cookies? Well, first of all, we need some kind of server that supports HTTP, so if you try to do this only on a local browser you won't be able to do it. Take a look at the code example, to set a cookie we only need to do "document.cookie = ' KEY = VALUE; expires = DATE' ". So, we associate a value with a key and then we set the date when the cookie will expire. - To retrieve this cookie we just need to use 'document.cookie' and we have access to that cookie. Finally, if we want to delete a cookie, we can do exactly the same we did to create the cookie, but on the 'expires' we put some past date. This will delete the cookie because it's expiration date has already passed. - And that's it about cookies, hope you learned something new! See you guys 🤓✌️ . . . #js #javascript #ecmascript #es #browser #cookie #webdev #webdevelopment #data #frontend #coding #webdevtips
webdevtips How to add a youtube link in html?.
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Posted at: 2020-02-05 10:48:18
How to add a youtube link in html?. Designed by @hk_designer.uiux I hope you all like it. . . . #Webdesign #webdesigns #webdesigning #uitrends #webdesigners #webdesigntrends #uiweb #graphicdesignuiweb #uxresearch #responsivewebdesign #webdesigninspiration #webdesigne #webdesignerslife #uiconcept #webdesignservices #uiuxinspiration #uiconcepts #uiuxdesigns #uiuxdesign #webdevtips #htmltips #html5 #uxui #uidesigners #webdesignanddevelopment #uidesign #ui #welovewebdesign #uiuxindia
webdevtips -- Who else noticed your embedded Google Maps suddenly stopped working on your website? 🙋‍♂️🙋 .
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Posted at: 2020-02-05 10:46:10
-- Who else noticed your embedded Google Maps suddenly stopped working on your website? 🙋‍♂️🙋 . . Let Front-End Developer Joshua Clare-Flagg @eggywhiff show you the ropes with a quick fix & how to set up your Google Maps API key - no developer experience required! ✔️ . . . #UpHotelAgency #WebDev #WebDevelopment #Google #GoogleMaps #APIKey #WebDevTutorial #FrontEnd #WebDevelopmentCompany #WebDevLife #WebDevelopmentAgency #WebDevTips #WebDevelopmentServices #WebDevelopmentSupport #WebDevBlog
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"Retailers are developing their own visual search capabilities, rather than relying on search engines and social networks to act as the intermediary."
webdevtips Hey guys, how was your weekend? 😁
Today we'll have one more tip on the Chrome DevTools series - the Memory Tab. Previously, I released two tips on the Chrome DevTools - one on the Elements tab (tip #102) and the other on the Console tab (tip #119). Go check them out if you haven't ✌️
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Well, here we can see the amount of memory that is being consumed by our page at a given moment. I created this random example with a for loop that starts creating new elements with event listeners attached to them so the memory consumption increases a bit.
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When analyzing this page on the Memory tab we can see that the page is consuming around 2.8mb of memory. We can click on the dark circle or on the 'Take Snapshot' button to take a heap snapshot and it will show us exactly how much memory the page is consuming at that time.
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Hey guys, how was your weekend? 😁 Today we'll have one more tip on the Chrome DevTools series - the Memory Tab. Previously, I released two tips on the Chrome DevTools - one on the Elements tab (tip #102) and the other on the Console tab (tip #119). Go check them out if you haven't ✌️ - So what's the Memory tab for? Well, here we can see the amount of memory that is being consumed by our page at a given moment. I created this random example with a for loop that starts creating new elements with event listeners attached to them so the memory consumption increases a bit. - When analyzing this page on the Memory tab we can see that the page is consuming around 2.8mb of memory. We can click on the dark circle or on the 'Take Snapshot' button to take a heap snapshot and it will show us exactly how much memory the page is consuming at that time. - With this, we'll also have access (on the right panel) to the memory distribution of the JavaScript objects and DOM nodes. This is fundamental when we are trying to understand what exactly is causing big memory consumption on our page. - Overall, this is a great tool that can help you see some performance issues you might have on your website. This is just the tip of the iceberg for you guys to have a basic understanding on what we can do with this tab but i suggest you to try it and see of the other features that we have in here. - Have a nice day guys, see ya! 😎🔥🔥 . . . #html #css #js #browser #chrome #google #devtools #webdev #webdevtips #webdevelopment #webdeveloper #coding #javascript
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webdevtips 💡VENDREDI TIPS 💡⠀
En #Javascript, la méthode .slice() renvoie à une copie superficielle d'une portion d'un tableau d'origine. La portion est définie par un indice de début et un indice de fin (exclus). Le tableau original ne sera pas modifié. ⠀
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Il suffit d'inscrire -1 entre les parenthèses de .slice() et le tour est joué!⠀
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Connaissiez-vous ce #JavaScriptTips ? 😉⠀
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💡VENDREDI TIPS 💡⠀ En #Javascript, la méthode .slice() renvoie à une copie superficielle d'une portion d'un tableau d'origine. La portion est définie par un indice de début et un indice de fin (exclus). Le tableau original ne sera pas modifié. ⠀ ⠀ Mais comment faire pour n'obtenir que le dernier élément du tableau ? 🤔⠀ ⠀ Il suffit d'inscrire -1 entre les parenthèses de .slice() et le tour est joué!⠀ ⠀ Connaissiez-vous ce #JavaScriptTips ? 😉⠀ ⠀ #javascript #javascripttips #learnjavascript #webdevtips #webtips #codingbootcamp #paris #tech #code #codeyourfuture #entrepreneur #changeyourlife #lacapsule #dailytips #vendreditips #codeyourfuture
webdevtips I believe sharing is the best way to learn and help.  So here come two posts for this week

One from Design goes straight to the point, in which a lot of designers still forget those details to ensure they deliver their work faster. 
Go check! 👉Follow @sevenxdesign

One from Code, that explains about creating animations in reactJS using React Spring
Go check! 👉Follow  @webdev.tips

I hope you enjoy it, and I hope it will add to your learning

Credits
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I believe sharing is the best way to learn and help.  So here come two posts for this week One from Design goes straight to the point, in which a lot of designers still forget those details to ensure they deliver their work faster. Go check! 👉Follow @sevenxdesign One from Code, that explains about creating animations in reactJS using React Spring Go check! 👉Follow  @webdev.tips I hope you enjoy it, and I hope it will add to your learning Credits  @sevenxdesign and @webdev.tips #designersmeetdevs #devsmeetdesigners #html #htmlcss #css #learncss #learntocode #frontend #frontenddev #webdevelopment #webdesign #webtips #devtips #dailytips#coding #webdevtips #buildupdevs #web #js #react #reactjs #reactspring #animations #uxdesigner #uidesigner #webdesign #websitedesign #webdesigner #website #mobilefriendly #designer
webdevtips Hey guys, how are you? 😁
So, on my tip #125 I showed you how we can use icons on our websites without even to import any library, go check it out if you haven't. Today i want to show how we can use Icons from a library - more specifically Font Awesome!
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Font Awesome is a very cool Icons library that lets you use for free hundreds of custom made icons from different categories. You can also buy a Premium plan that will give you access to even more Icons, but for this tip we'll just go with the free version. Let's see how to use them 👍
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Using the Font Awesome Icons is really really simple. First, we need to import the library on our project. We can do this using their CDN, and to get access to this you have to first create an account on their website. After you do that, they will send you an email with the script that will import the library from the CDN. -
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Using the Icons is also really simple! Just go to the Font Awesome website, browser through all their Icons and pick one you like. On the Icon page you can copy the HTML for that icon - it's usually just an 'i' tag. Paste that on the body of your document and voilà we have the icon showing!
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On the HTML example you can see that i also added a custom class on each icon - 'icon' - and I'm using that to apply some CSS.
We can use some CSS properties like color and font-size to change the appearance of the icons.
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Hey guys, how are you? 😁 So, on my tip #125 I showed you how we can use icons on our websites without even to import any library, go check it out if you haven't. Today i want to show how we can use Icons from a library - more specifically Font Awesome! - Font Awesome is a very cool Icons library that lets you use for free hundreds of custom made icons from different categories. You can also buy a Premium plan that will give you access to even more Icons, but for this tip we'll just go with the free version. Let's see how to use them 👍 - Using the Font Awesome Icons is really really simple. First, we need to import the library on our project. We can do this using their CDN, and to get access to this you have to first create an account on their website. After you do that, they will send you an email with the script that will import the library from the CDN. - After getting this script, we just need to include this on the 'head' tag on the top of our document. Now we can easily use the Icons 😁 - Using the Icons is also really simple! Just go to the Font Awesome website, browser through all their Icons and pick one you like. On the Icon page you can copy the HTML for that icon - it's usually just an 'i' tag. Paste that on the body of your document and voilà we have the icon showing! - On the HTML example you can see that i also added a custom class on each icon - 'icon' - and I'm using that to apply some CSS. We can use some CSS properties like color and font-size to change the appearance of the icons. - Hope you liked this tip and, as always, leave your feedback! 🤓👍🔥 . . . #html #css #icons #fontawesome #js #ui #design #webdesign #ux #iconography #web #webdev #webdevelopment #webdevtips
webdevtips How's your Tuesday going guys? 
Today we awesome tip on how to create a 'Typewritter effect' with some JS.
This effect pretty simple to create & looks cool when applied on some intro text or something that you simply want to highlight.
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A pretty easy effect to implement on your project that can help ypur pages stand out more. Let me known if you've any doubts.
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Complete code:
https://codepen.io/mackkevin/pen/YzPMdWg
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Here a great day guys!🤓👊🔥
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How's your Tuesday going guys? Today we awesome tip on how to create a 'Typewritter effect' with some JS. This effect pretty simple to create & looks cool when applied on some intro text or something that you simply want to highlight. _ A pretty easy effect to implement on your project that can help ypur pages stand out more. Let me known if you've any doubts. _ Complete code: https://codepen.io/mackkevin/pen/YzPMdWg _ Here a great day guys!🤓👊🔥 • • • #webdev #webtips #html #js #learntocode #codeing #jstips #devtips #webdevtips #buildupdevs #webdevlopent #codepen #codingdays #developerspace #code
webdevtips Hope everyone’s doing great! Let’s take a look at the next topic! 👨🏻‍💻💪🏻 How to customize a clickable bootstrap dropdown ?

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Make a parent div with bootstrap dropdown class tag with the bootstrap attribute "data-toggle=dropdown". This allows toggling the dropdown in the link. Step 3: Make an unordered list inside the parent div with a class name "dropdown-menu". It helps in building the dropdown menu. Step 4: Inside the
webdevtips Hey guys! Ready for the second part on our little Redux tutorial?
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So yesterday, i posted a tip on the 'Easiest way to get started with Redux' where i should you the first steps to set up Redux to create a Todo list with React and how we could list our todos.
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On this tip we'll see how we can create and delete todos. To do this we'll use 'actions', that are functions that will to a specific thing. Let's go!
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So we start by creating a folder 'actions' and inside it a 'index.js' file where we'll create two actions. Each action is a function that will receive some values (called payload) and will return that payload and a type that will define what will this action trigger.
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Then, we need to edit our 'todosReducer' file and we'll add two 'cases' on the switch we had already created.  Based on the action type, we'll do different things. If the action is 'DELETE_TODO' we want to get the id of the todo that comes with the payload and use it do delete it from our todos. If the actions is 'ADD_TODO' we'll receive a title for the new todo on the payload and we will add it to our todos.
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Finally, we need to edit our 'App' component. Using the code we already had, we now need two first import our actions here. Then we'll create a 'mapDispatchToProps' function with our actions, add this function to our 'connect' that we are exporting here, and we now have access to our actions from our props! -
Now, we can edit our return statement and first, we'll add the function to delete on that span that every todo has. Second, we'll create a small form that only has one input for the todo title and a submit button. When this form is submitted we'll execute our 'add' function with the value from the input.
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Hey guys! Ready for the second part on our little Redux tutorial? - So yesterday, i posted a tip on the 'Easiest way to get started with Redux' where i should you the first steps to set up Redux to create a Todo list with React and how we could list our todos. - On this tip we'll see how we can create and delete todos. To do this we'll use 'actions', that are functions that will to a specific thing. Let's go! - So we start by creating a folder 'actions' and inside it a 'index.js' file where we'll create two actions. Each action is a function that will receive some values (called payload) and will return that payload and a type that will define what will this action trigger. - Then, we need to edit our 'todosReducer' file and we'll add two 'cases' on the switch we had already created. Based on the action type, we'll do different things. If the action is 'DELETE_TODO' we want to get the id of the todo that comes with the payload and use it do delete it from our todos. If the actions is 'ADD_TODO' we'll receive a title for the new todo on the payload and we will add it to our todos. - Finally, we need to edit our 'App' component. Using the code we already had, we now need two first import our actions here. Then we'll create a 'mapDispatchToProps' function with our actions, add this function to our 'connect' that we are exporting here, and we now have access to our actions from our props! - Now, we can edit our return statement and first, we'll add the function to delete on that span that every todo has. Second, we'll create a small form that only has one input for the todo title and a submit button. When this form is submitted we'll execute our 'add' function with the value from the input. - And it's done! We now have a React application that let's us manage our global state using Redux. With it we can list our todos, delete them and add new ones. - Hope you liked this tip and let me know your doubts! 🤓🤘🔥 . . . #js #javascript #react #reactjs #redux #state #flux #coding #frontend #frontenddev #webdevtips #createreactapp #state
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What is the meaning/definition of the letters in webdevtips?

Meaning of webdevtips by its letters

webdevtips acronym or abbreviation means:

W: Meaning of W in webdevtips. W is indistinguishable numerically to the number 5 and speaks to self-portrayal. Individuals with the underlying W are typically exceptionally aesthetic and innovative in all that they do. Adversely, individuals with W as their underlying can be avaricious and go out on a limb. W is a noteworthy characted. It has three projections pointing upwards and laying on two finishes. It is non-conventional and fiery. More closures at the best showed W in movement is intrigued, it is energizing to search for the enterprise, which are prepared, energetic, attractive and nimble.

E: Meaning of E in webdevtips. E is the second vowel in the letter set and has the numeric Equal number 5. A man with the underlying E is normally a cordial, cherishing and humane soul. Adversely, a man with the letter E as their underlying can be questionable and somewhat cushioned once in a while. The letter E has three branches of similar lengths. These all reach out from it's left side. Similar lengths demonstrate a specific level of reasonableness to the outside world. They reach out to the outside demonstrates the ability to learn, to think overall and to be more fiery. B likewise implies, talented with great written work abilities, expert articulation, creative energy abundance. It demonstrates a one of a kind masterful style and solid excitement get out and know more.

B: Meaning of B in webdevtips. B is indistinguishable numerically to the number 2 and speaks to the feelings. A man with a B beginning is inviting and is typically an understudy stool. On the negative side, B can at times be egocentric and somewhat eager. B resembles one with two branches from above and underneath that the branches start to develop for some natural reasons and become back toward each other and after that inside. In spite of the intense that they may have depicted, it demonstrates introvertion, an inventive method to alter the course when looked with difficulties, timidity of society. It likewise demonstrates a steady method to move other than the branches inside to help each other. B is touchy to emotions and this is seen by touching the branches. A vivacious and thoughtful demeanor are on the whole characteristics of the letter B holds.

D: Meaning of D in webdevtips. D is indistinguishable numerically to the number 4 and speaks to harmony. D is capable vitality and is the letter related with the economy. In the event that it is the main consonant in a name, the individual is inclined to exhaust himself, yet frequently discover accomplishment in their lives. On the contrary side, a D individual can be stiff-necked, frequently for their own harm. D is a shut letter showing self supply. It shows self-assurance, a minding state of mind and liberality. It's tolerance can be found in the fat to see that the letter D has a side that resembles an upright shaft, it is branches from here and there to the outside, increase common learning, however its consistent and moderate, cautious Self-certainty takes it back to itself.

V: Meaning of V in webdevtips. The letter V is indistinguishable numerically to the number 4 and speaks to development. V is a persevering letter that is eager and proficient. Contrarily, individuals with the letter V as their underlying can likewise be foolhardy. V sits on a lower end with the arms anticipating upwards in an angled way. It indicates surprising availability and its expansions demonstrate the want to accomplish. It is additionally unequivocal and difficult. It's cleverness is found in the way that it focalizes it's forces at the base. It is along these lines qualified or skillful in arranging.

T: Meaning of T in webdevtips. The letter T is indistinguishable numerically to the number 2 and compares to a development. A man with T as the initially starting is typically an anxious individual who is taking a gander at profound inquiries frequently replies. Contrarily, T can be excessively passionate, ambivalent, and regularly effectively influenced by the conclusions of others. T is a vertical strand at the best through a flat strand crossed. With the best mid-adjusted strand through the vertical strand, T demonstrates adjust and strength in its way. It is likewise to repudiate and rationally. With the upper strand anticipated through the lower strand, T is extremely eager, yet in addition to others as agreeable as others lay on its even best. This makes T benevolent, helpful, ladylike and loyal. It additionally demonstrates a high level of liberality and radicalism.

I: Meaning of I in webdevtips. I is the third vowel of the letters in order and the numeric Comparable to the number 9. It makes peace and is touchy, sympathetic and human. On the pessimistic side, the general population with this underlying letter I can be oppressive and grouchy. I is a novel letter that blossoms with it. It is benevolent, concerned, agreeable, receptive. It indicates little resistance to the outside, so capable, caution, independent, adoring, narrow minded, mutinous and learned.

P: Meaning of P in webdevtips. Power. On the off chance that P is the principal consonant in a first name, the conveyor is probably going to consider otherworldly things and be extremely on edge about existence. Contrarily, the general population with the underlying P can here and there be narrow minded and flaky. P has a substantial tip remaining on only one more point to demonstrate it's quality. It implies solid, the capacity tp see shortcoming and potential outcomes effortlessly and perceptiveness. Remaining by his own, it indicates self-centeredness, a prospering demeanor and meticulousness. P additionally demonstrates partition, solid will likewise go alone and unbiasedness.

S: Meaning of S in webdevtips. The letter S is a standout amongst the most effective letters of the letter set and names begin with that letter, the "creators" of the world, are superb "performing artists throughout everyday life" and can put on the persona they wish you to see. On the off chance that S is the main vowel in a name, the individual has a tendency to be intense and fearless. Names starting with the letter S are pioneers, torchbearers, specialists, instructors, and individuals who demonstrate others the way. They are pioneers, inspirations and hopeful visionaries who know about their own particular intrinsic forces. The letter S is honest, kind, and wise. The letter S is indistinguishable numerically to the number 1 and speaks to beginnings. Individuals with S as their beginning are extremely exotic and hot. Contrarily, S can represent others rashly without concern. S is a solitary strand that goes ahead and in reverse. It demonstrates an ability to investigate. Thoughtfulness, feeling of extent and approach are on the whole qualities. The closures pointing forward and in reverse uncovers a conflicting nature with itself and a specific level of disarray.

What does webdevtips mean or stand for ?

This page explains the astronumerology analysis of the abbreviation webdevtips. Below, you also find the detailed meaning of each letter in the webdevtips acronym.

Astrological Analysis and meaning of webdevtips

webdevtips has a life path of 8. webdevtips means: With a fortunate life way of 8, the arrangement of numbers (8, 17/8, 26/8, 35/8) are your character numbers. 8 Positive highlights: Official character and aptitudes, political abilities, equipped managing force and expert, which is a reason to accomplish the acknowledgment, trustworthiness, unequivocal and order. 8. Negative highlights: Obsessive worker, excessively goal-oriented, needs philanthropic impulses, cash gravely oversaw, persecuted subordinate, anxious with individuals, focused on, realist. This is the administrator. Number eight is a solid, fruitful and material vibration. Managed by Saturn. Catchphrases: driven, clamoring, nice looking, driving, legitimate, effective, gutsy, expert, sorted out. At the point when communicated negative: tense, limited, materialistic, capable. As a darling: Take this sweetheart a dedication with obligation and bravery. When managing connections like business, be that as it may, they can without much of a stretch estrange accomplices and make a tolerant and sentimental environment, too short. Eights are for the most part down to earth and safe, and their associates give dependability and security. Eight considered the most noteworthy female figure is an image of amicability and adjust with incredible capacity of basic leadership. This implies power and administration. As indicated by Joanne Walmsley, eight loaded with specialist, fearlessness, abundance of polished methodology and decision making ability. Scriptural is eight regarding the revival and fresh start. In China, eight is a homonym for thriving. Negative properties. Number eight have oppressive states of mind, awkwardness and predominance complex. Symbolizes control to accomplish number of behind vitality and material control. Their identity, twenty-six, are great administrators, coordinators; Taking best initiative in exercises and having an eye. They are fearless, down to earth, extremely aspiring and strategic. They demonstrate a requirement for status and make the products of their work known. They are sensible teamplayers and speak to their groups with incredible outcomes. Negative twenty-six number intricacy discover adjust between material objectives and human characteristics of comprehension.

More meanings / definitions of webdevtips or words, sentences containing webdevtips?

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