Tag: loader

Single Element Loaders: Going 3D!

For this fourth and final article of our little series on single-element loaders, we are going to explore 3D patterns. When creating a 3D element, it’s hard to imagine that just one HTML element is enough to simulate something like all six faces of a cube. But  maybe we can get away … Single Element Loaders: Going 3D! originally published on CSS-Tricks. You should get the newsletter. ...
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Template Tags in Django

Django Web Framework includes many tags used to create arbitrary logic in the template. Tags are used in the rendering process to give arbitrary logic. A tag can, for example, print material, act as a control structure (e.g., an “if” statement or a “for” loop), retrieve content from a database, or even give other template tags access. Tags are formatted as follows: ...
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How to Make a Scroll-Triggered Animation With Basic JavaScript

A little bit of animation on a site can add some flair, impress users, and get their attention. You could have them run, no matter where they are on the page, immediately when the page loads. But what if your … How to Make a Scroll-Triggered Animation With Basic JavaScript originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
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Adding Vite to Your Existing Web App

Vite (pronounced “veet”) is a newish JavaScript bundler. It comes batteries-included, requires almost no configuration to be useful, and includes plenty of configuration options. Oh—and it’s fast. Incredibly fast. This post will walk through the process of converting an existing … Adding Vite to Your Existing Web App originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
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Django roles, permissions, and groups

Permissions are a set of rules (or constraints) that allow a user or a group of users to view, add, alter, or delete items in Django. Django has a permissions system built-in. It enables you to provide permissions to individual users or groups of users. ...
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Login with Google account: using JavaScript OAuth Library

Hello everyone, Today in this tutorial I will show you how to create login with Google account using JavaScript OAuth-library in your web application. You can find N number of tutorials on Google authentication but this tutorial is different from them. This tutorial tells how easy it is to integrate login with Google authentication. In […] The post Login with Google account: using JavaScript OAuth Library appeared first on Coding Birds Online. ...
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Check username availability in PHP using AJAX

If you are looking for the code to check username availability in PHP using ajax, then you are in the right place. Here I will provide the complete 100% working source code with a demo. Username or email availability check is the most common feature used by a variety of websites and web applications. You […] The post Check username availability in PHP using AJAX appeared first on Coding Birds Online. ...
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