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Link color not being displayed in Chrome / Safari browsers

Link color not being displayed in Chrome / Safari browsers Very often the work process with cross browsing compatibility could be stick on a curious browsers features. And we spending much time trying to resolve an easy issue. So we want to describe one of the browser feature that we found on client's

Link color not being displayed in Chrome / Safari browsers2020-04-22T14:04:18+03:00

What is HTTPS, and why should I care?

What is HTTPS, and why should I care? HTTPS, the lock icon in the address bar, an encrypted website connection—it’s known as many things. While it was once reserved primarily for passwords and other sensitive data, the entire web is gradually leaving HTTP behind and switching to HTTPS. The “S” in HTTPS stands

What is HTTPS, and why should I care?2020-02-20T14:40:54+02:00

Useful WordPress Configuration tricks that you may not know

Useful WordPress Configuration tricks that you may not know wp-config.php is the single most important file in your entire WordPress installation. This file can be used to configure database functionalities, enhance performance, and improve security on all WordPress powered websites and blogs. In this article, we will share some of the most

Useful WordPress Configuration tricks that you may not know2020-02-20T14:41:06+02:00

Relatively positioned elements not being displayed in Safari

Relatively positioned elements not being displayed in Safari Sometimes the work process with cross browsing compatibility could be stick on a curious browsers features. And we spending much time trying to resolve an easy issue (at the first look). So I want to describe one of the Safari browser feature that we found

Relatively positioned elements not being displayed in Safari2020-02-20T14:41:14+02:00

Uncaught TypeError: $(…).ready is not a function

Uncaught TypeError: $(…).ready is not a function If you're getting the error 'Uncaught TypeError: $(…).ready is not a function' - but have no idea why, please read this short article with a samples of code. So if you want to use jQuery in your project, it is better to encapsulate your code inside

Uncaught TypeError: $(…).ready is not a function2020-02-20T14:39:05+02:00

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