How to Clear Browser cache in Chrome

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To clear the browser cache in Chrome (version 39)… 1.  Click the Chrome menu icon and select “More Tools” 2. Then select “Clear Browsing Data”. 3.  Checkmark...

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Replace Howdy in WordPress Dashboard with Hello

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When you log into WordPress dashboard (such as in WordPress 4.1), it says “Howdy” to the WordPress admin in the upper right… While I understand that the WordPress developers want to...

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How to Add AdWords Conversion Tracking to your site

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If you are using Google AdWords for online advertisement, you might want to implement the AdWords conversion tracking to see how effective your campaign is doing in converting visits into sales. In...

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Using AngularJS $sce trustAsHtml to display raw HTML to page

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If you need to display raw HTML content to the page view with AngularJS, you can use the $sce service that comes with AngularJS.  $sce stands for Strict Contextual Escaping.  The service has...

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How to make a fixed header in CSS

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We are going to make a fixed header using CSS.  The result is as shown where the black header is fixed to the top of the browser even as the page scrolls up. This is the CSS that is used to effect...

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Displaying content to page using AngularJS

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To display simple text content to a web page using AngularJS, you use the double curly braces {{ }} to bind AngualrJS expression to elements in the HTML. But first, we do the normal AngularJS...

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Using AngularJS ng-click and ng-class

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Continuing from the previous tutorial, we now add a “mark done” button next to each of our list items. 1. This was implemented by adding the button element in our HTML … Note that...

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AngularJS ng-model should have a dot

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In our previous tutorial, we have … See that ng-model=”itemToAdd” does not have a dot in it. The AngularJS way is to have a dot somewhere in the value of the ng-model as in...

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Example of using the Chrome Developer tool for debugging

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Today, I will show you an example of how you can use Chrome’s developer tool to help you debug and make changes to a website. In this example, we have an WordPress site and we want to replace...

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