Dynamic Page Templates in WordPress, Part 2

In part 1 of this tutorial series I introduced the basic concept of dynamic page templates and created a standard page template as a foundation for future work. A WordPress child theme based on the Twenty Seventeen parent theme was used to implement the page template. In this tutorial, you’ll learn more specific details about…

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Dynamic Page Templates in WordPress, Part 1

WordPress page templates are a great way to completely alter how particular web pages are displayed. You can use them to add a vast range of functionality to your site. They do, however, have one limitation in that they are ‘static’ templates. You cannot customize them or affect their behavior in any way. You can…

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Desktop-First Design Tips for Responsive Websites

You’re reading Desktop-First Design Tips for Responsive Websites, originally posted on Designmodo. If you’ve enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook, Google+! Most web designers know about mobile-first design and how it has dramatically affected responsive design. But there is another technique that may be less popular but can solve problems in…

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Designing UX: Forms

By Jessica Enders This is an excerpt from Chapter 5 of Jessica Enders’s new book Designing UX: Forms. 2016 SitePoint. Chapter 5: Flow Paper forms are static. Immobile, unresponsive, fixed. Forms come alive when they’re on the Web: questions can appear or hide, errors can be flagged and corrected, and the experience can be tailored…

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Des algorithmes préviennent la maladie d’Alzheimer

Alzheimer. Une maladie neurodégénérative pour l’heure seulement traitée dans sa phase tardive, une fois les symptômes apparus. Des algorithmes permettraient de modéliser l’évolution de la maladie, pour en prédire l’arrivée, dès sa phase précoce, et la guérir. Prédire Alzheimer et les effets du vieillissement sur le cerveau pour traiter la maladie dans sa “phase silencieuse”.…

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Définition : Un Index Inversé, c’est quoi ?

Un index inversé est un système utilisé par tous les moteurs de recherche et qui leur permet de calculer plus rapidement quels mots se trouvent dans quelles pages web. Une bonne façon d’analyser de façon plus fine la pertinence des documents traités. Explications… Qu’est-ce qu’un index inversé ? Voici notre définition : Un index inversé…

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