Isotope is a great jQuery plugin for magical layouts. It has features like filtering, sorting, and several layout modes. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a responsive masonry layout and filter items. By default, the isotope masonry layout does not work properly in terms of responsiveness. I will explain how we can fix that and make our layout smooth for all devices.
- Create a responsive masonry layout using Isotope
- Add filtering to sort items
- Successfully created responsive masonry layout using Isotope
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If you’re reading this then you’re probably interested in hosting a web application and setting up your development environment with GIT. In this step by step tutorial, we will go through the process of accomplishing this plus a few tips and tricks on the way.
- Any VPS account including AWS
- Computer with SSH client and GIT installed
- Basic Terminal Knowledge
- Basic GIT knowledge
- Connect to your VPS / AWS using SSH with and without PEM key
- Setup GIT for your development ad version control
- Successfully run a web application on a VPS / AWS EC2 and deploy it using GIT version control
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In this post I’m going to explain how you can fix WordPress custom taxonomy pagination 404 error. Recently I had an issue with my custom post type taxonomy pagination. It was giving 404 “Page Not Found” when I tried to visit the second page by using the pagination like this:
My intention was to use my taxonomy pagination like as above and access pages by the following URL:
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In this article, we are going to install Apache Cordova to build a mobile application for android on the windows machine. We will do this in 6 steps to create a working Cordova project at the end of this article.
1. Install Apache Ant
Go to Apache Ant official site and download the latest version from the link below:
Ant Download Link
Unzip downloaded files and put them into a new folder (wherever you prefer) which should look something like this:
Using this location we will create a new environment variable called ANT_HOME and then we will add it to environment PATH value like this : %ANT_HOME%\bin
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