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Titan Framework | The easiest to use WordPress option framework.

Over 20+ options included. From text inputs to the selection of Google WebFonts. We give you all the tools you need to finish your project.

We made the framework to make our development faster, and it has. Since the framework does all the heavy lifting in the admin side for you, you can concentrate on the more important things in your code.

Created with ease of use in mind. Creating admin options, meta options and theme customizer options are all the same. You can create everything you need with just a few lines of code.

Minimal styling is applied to the generated options. Everything is standardized to how WordPress creates it’s own options and admin pages, but styled a bit to look nice.

Rename the Register.php File

One trick that spammers use to mass post to Pligg sites is by creating a lot of accounts. What is annoying is that there isn’t much that we can do to block these account creations if we can’t discover a pattern to them. Your best option to prevent these bot accounts is to rename the register.php file to something random. You can even go one step further, and frequently keep renaming the registration file which really would throw a curve ball and make life more difficult for spammers.

This afternoon I wrote a simple script that will do just that. In roughly 150 lines of code, here is a PHP script that will randomly rename your registration file. What you want to do is save this as a .php file and upload it to the root of your Pligg web directory.

Portfolio Zoom Slider with jQuery | Codrops

In this tutorial we are going to create some nice effects for a portfolio or similar website with jQuery. We will create a tiny slider and integrate it with the amazing Cloud Zoom plugin and the elegant Fancybox plugin. The idea is to give the user the option to view details of

PSR-2 — Coding Style Guide

This guide extends and expands on PSR-1, the basic coding standard.

The intent of this guide is to reduce cognitive friction when scanning code from different authors. It does so by enumerating a shared set of rules and expectations about how to format PHP code.

The style rules herein are derived from commonalities among the various member projects. When various authors collaborate across multiple projects, it helps to have one set of guidelines to be used among all those projects. Thus, the benefit of this guide is not in the rules themselves, but in the sharing of those rules.

CSS Specific for Internet Explorer

As much as we don't like to deal with the IE bugs, we still have to face it because your boss and visitors are still using Explorer. It gets frustrating when different versions of Explorer displays web pages differently due to the inconsistent rendering engine. We typically use IE conditional comments to fix the IE issues. But there are more ways than the conditional comments...

Parallax Slider with jQuery | Codrops

Happy New Year! We will kick start 2011 with a vibrant image slider tutorial. We will make use of the parallax principle to move different backgrounds when we slide to an image in order to create some nice perspective. This will give a great depth to the whole slider when it's in motion.Happy New Year! We will kick start 2011 with a vibrant image slider tutorial. We will make use of the parallax principle to move different backgrounds when we slide to an image in order to create some nice perspective. This will give a great depth to the whole slider when it’s in motion.

The wonderful images are taken from Tetsumo’s Flickr Photo Stream: http://www.flickr.com/photos/tetsumo/

3D Gallery with CSS3 and jQuery | Codrops

With 3D transforms, we can make simple elements more interesting by setting them into three dimensional space. Together with CSS transitions, these elements can be moved in 3D space and create a realistic effect. Today, we want to share an experimental 3D gallery with you that uses CSS 3D transforms.
The main idea is to create a circular gallery where we have an image in the center and two on the sides. Since we are using perspective, the two lateral images will appear three dimensional when we rotate them.

Rotating Image Slider with jQuery | Codrops

In the following tutorial we will create an asymmetrical image slider with a little twist: when sliding the pictures we will slightly rotate them and delay the sliding of each element. The unusual shape of the slider is created by some elements placement and the use of thick borders. We will also add an autoplay option and the mousewheel functionality.