Earlier Text Shadows were announced since the beginning of css2 however, the only browser that was supporting this functionality was Safari.
If you talk about today’s condition, almost all the browsers except Internet Explorer are running Text Shadows successfully.
I found on Design Shack an interesting tutorial about creating an image stack illusion:
Use Pseudo Elements to Create an Image Stack Illusion | Design Shack.
The Robot Exclusion Standard, also known as the Robots Exclusion Protocol or robots.txt protocol, is a convention to prevent cooperating web crawlers and other web robots from accessing all or part of a website which is otherwise publicly viewable. Robots are often used by search engines to categorize and archive web sites, or by webmasters to proofread source code.
If you need to find your Facebook Page id or your Facebook User id there’s this website: Find Facebook Page ID or User ID Online, By Joby Joseph, that finds your id for you.
Thanks to Joby Joseph.
In this days I start developing a WordPress plugin so would like to give you the list of the websites that helped me.
basic guide to plugin development
another basic guide to plugin development
when you create plugins you could need to have a settings page, here is a complete example fully functionally.
If you have a settings page it’s useful to have a “settings” link in WP plugins manager, this article give you a function to do it
Your plugin settings are stored in WordPress system, here is an article about register and retrieve plugin setting
When you add your plugin to WordPress website you can add the an image in the plugin page, this article explain you how to do it
A WordPress plugin has a “readme.txt” file that has its information, this tool checks and validates it
With this websites I created my WP plugin, in the next days I will post it. I hope these links will help someone else as much as they helped me.
So I tried this function but my hosting server show me this error: browscap ini directive not set.
Looking on php.net I found that it works “by looking up the browser’s information in the browscap.ini file.”. Because it’s not my server I can’t do nothing, so I wrote to my hosting support and they gave me an alternative solution: phpbrowscap.
Just follow the QuickStart guide to set up the script and make it works.
If you need get_browser() function but you have server problem use this workaround.
This library use different approach than detect the browser type, it detects if the specific features are natively implemented. Modernizr aims to bring an end to the UA sniffing practice. Using feature detection is a more reliable way to establish what you can and cannot do in the current browser.
How to use it
First thing to do is to include it into your page “head” tag (download):