Responsive web design using ASP.NET Core, partial views, jquery ajax, and bootstrap 4

Responsive web design includes displaying content in the optimal position depending on the size of the screen. Using ASP.Net Core, partial views, bootstrap classes, and Jquery Ajax, we can move fragments of content to the best position depending on the screen size. Consider the case where you want to reverse the position of a fragment […]

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WordPress url and site url require the same domain name with 5.0.2

Since the latest update of wordpress, 5.0.2, the Gutenberg update, wordpress sites can no longer have the wordpress domain name different from the site domain name in the general settings – even when those two domain names point to the same server. WordPress cannot always be posted on your main server Example. You have a […]

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Setting compression of web pages using CPanel, including wordpress files

If you run a “Performance” audit on your webpage, either using the stand-alone Google Lighthouse extension or by using the Audit option of Chrome, Google will present to you “Opportunities” to improve page load speed. If your files are not “Compressed”, Google will always present “Compression” to you as an opportunity. How does compression work? […]

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