How to Update WordPress Salts

If you’ve ever viewed the core configuration file (wp-config.php) for a WordPress site then you’ll probably have noticed a section defining eight WordPress constants relating to security keys and salts: AUTH_KEY SECURE_AUTH_KEY LOGGED_IN_KEY NONCE_KEY AUTH_SALT SECURE_AUTH_SALT LOGGED_IN_SALT NONCE_SALT Note: wp-config.php is located in the root folder of your WordPress installation. These constants contain security keys and salts […]

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How to Remove index.php in Codigniter

Removing index.php in codeigniter is quite simple Step 1: Go to your CodeIgniter Project folder and create .htaccess  file. Step 2:  Write below code in .htaccess file 1 2 3 4 5 6  <IfModule mod_rewrite.c>  RewriteEngine On  RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !–f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d  RewriteRule ^(.*)$ index.php/$1 [L] </IfModule>    

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How to Create a Simple WordPress Theme from Scratch – Part 2

Following on from the previous article on How to Create a WordPress Theme from Scratch, we are now going to add that some missing topics like sidebar, comments system and lastly an archive page. This should get you well introduced into WordPress theming, however you could always improve so I’ll also give you a bit of […]

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How to Create a Simple WordPress Theme from Scratch – Part 1

Overview – The Structure Of A Theme The structure of a WordPress theme is fairly simple, I like to start with the CSS file. It details everything about the theme for WordPress to use. You then have index.php – it’s simply the template file you’re using with the PHP template tags included. Included with that is header.php & footer.php, files […]

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How to Upload Files With CodeIgniter and AJAX

In this tutorial, we’ll be using the PHP framework CodeIgniter, the JavaScript framework jQuery, and the script AjaxFileUpload. It’s assumed you have a working knowledge of CodeIgniter and jQuery, but no prior knowledge of AjaxFileUpload is necessary. It is also assumed that you already have an install of CodeIgniter already set up. For the sake of brevity, the […]

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