These video tutorials guide new Craft CMS developers through the CMS installation process and into the basics of creating editable web pages.
Each video covers a single specific topic, from adding a home page, to setting up custom fields, to editing templates and working with user-uploaded images.
A Firefox extension that lets you block almost any element on any website. You can use it to permanently hide popups, banners, notification bars, and much more.
The plugin remembers which elements you've blocked on each website and allows you to pause blocking temporarily if required.
Screenlapse allows website owners to automatically capture and archive screenshots of their websites on an hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly basis.
There are a host of scenarios where website screenshots need to be regularly recorded and Screenlapse completely automates the process.
A Firefox extension that displays the browser's width and height information in pixels as you resize the window. This is incredibly helpful for responsive web development.
It has an easily accessible settings panel where you can temporarily disable the plugin as well as customize which corner of the screen the notification appears and how long it displays before disappearing.
SnipSave is a web-based code snippet manager for developers. It features folder-based organization, instant search, filtering by tag or language, privacy control, code snippet embeds, data exports, and more.
Almost 9,000 developers have created a SnipSave account since it's launch, with an average of 200 new users signing up every month. The community has created over 45,000 code snippets so far.
A Python, Flask, and MongoDB API boilerplate featuring user account creation, token-based authentication, and login-protected routes. This boilerplate speeds up the development of new projects by providing a solid starting point for the back-end system.
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