2017 Recap

It has been a long time since I wrote any blog post. So I decided to do a write a rewind post for 2017 and start this year with some enthusiasm. Well 2017 is over now and it’s been a great year for me & my family. Only some of my previous year resolution were accomplished and others I forgot on the way to the end of year. I can again take a new resolution for writing 4 blogs a month at least ( yeah it was my target last year :stuck_out_tongue: ) and start a new growth in number of blog posts and try to not let them decrease month by month. …

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My experience on submitting First theme- Kafal to WordPress.org

In February I wrote a blog on Open Source and WordPress theme and decided that I will submit a theme to WordPress.org. And now I am back with another blog on my WordPress theme Kafal. It’s a pleasure to inform you all the readers that my theme passed the review process and accepted in the WordPress.org repository. Theme ‘Kafal‘ is now live and have been downloaded 1500+ times and currently active on 200+ blogs/websites. …

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Current Trends for CMS’s – Google Trends

Google Trend for Different CMS’s This blog is an attempt to show the trend graph to compare the popularity of different CMS platforms via Google Trends. For the comparison I’ve picked 5 Top CMS’s. Top 5 CMS’s: WordPress Joomla Drupal Blogger Magento Interest Over Time We can see the growth of WordPress over the time. It is the most famous CMS and blogging platform. We can see the Rise and Fall of different Platforms. …

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First, solve problem Then, write code

At starting of my developing journey when I used to code the HTML and CSS and create some static pages that look awesome (if you don’t compare them with other online websites). I used to experiment on the divisions and the architecture first without applying any style on it so that I just simply add the classes and id’s to it, it is like creating a frame that is just without any style just a normal frame. …

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Why to start from Basics

When I started working on the project we are given I started the project from creating the Repository on GIT, installed the WordPress and pushed all the data in directory of WordPress to the repository (including the config. file with the passwords of database). Then in our code review, we find out that we are wrong, we just uploaded all the core files and with passwords along with it. And then I created a new repository and now I added a . …

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