SQL Injection is the hacking technique which attempts to pass SQL commands (statements) through a web application for execution by the backend database. If user input is inserted without modification into an SQL query, then the application becomes vulnerable to SQL injection
WordPress has a wide range of questions asked for interview. I have mentioned a list of WordPress Interview Questions and their answers in this article. They are useful for developers as well as normal users too. Let’s have a look.
Do you want to add a link back to your website or page when someone copy content from your website or want to show some custom message (like copyright) instead of copied content or just don’t want to let user copy then Add Link to Copied Text Plugin can do that for you.
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This last part of CSS Shapes will tell you about Different CSS Shapes including Speech Bubble, Heart, Biohazard, Yin Yang, Infinity, Magnifying Glass and TV Shapes.
This fifth part of CSS Shapes series covers making Chart and Ribbon using CSS. The Chart is shown in Top, Right, Bottom, Left direction while Bookmark Ribbon and Badge Ribbon are two forms given of Ribbon.
Diamond and Star shapes can also be formed using CSS. This article will guide you to define CSS properties to create Diamond and Star
We are covering how to create Square, Rectangle, Parallelogram, Trapezoid and Polygons Shapes using CSS here. It’s third part in this series of articles ‘CSS Shapes’.
It’s the second part of CSS Shapes. In this tutorial we are discussing about drawing another CSS Shapes – Triangle. Triangles also can be used as arrow as per your requirements.
In this multi-part tutorial we will use CSS properties to draw various shapes like circles, triangles, rectangles, squares, polygon, stars, diamonds, charts and much more. In this first part we will start with CSS Shapes – Circle and various forms of circle.
The power of jQuery offers many features to web developers. jQuery has addClass(), removeClass() and toggleClass() methods to change class.
//Add a class $('#element').addClass('class_name'); //Remove a class $('#element').removeClass('class_name'); //Remove old class and add new class $('#element').removeClass('old_class').addClass('new_class'); //Or a short way to swap classes $("#element").toggleClass('old_class new_class');