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daily links

daily links

  • Pure CSS Off-screen Navigation Menu
    This article will show you how to make a simple version of the off-canvas menu and sliding effect using only CSS. Before we get started, I’d like to make a note that using this method for creating the drawer menu means your site’s navigation will always be in a drawer, regardless of viewport size. If you only want the drawer menu on smaller screens, you’ll have to use some JavaScript to manipulate the DOM order or use some funky CSS to make the menu look right on larger screens. In other words: It’s pretty and simple, but it’s not always the right solution for every situation.

daily links

daily links

  • github/gitignore · GitHub
    This is GitHub’s collection of .gitignore file templates. We use this list to populate the .gitignore template choosers available in the GitHub.com interface when creating new repositories and files.

daily links

  • Publish an eBook From Your WordPress Site - Tuts+ Code Tutorial
    In this tutorial, I’ll use the Anthologize plugin for WordPress, a free open source plugin for creating ebooks in ePub, pdf and other formats. It’s not perfect and has a few quirks, but it’s quite good overall.
  • Sylius.org - Modern ecommerce for Symfony2
    Modern e-commerce for PHP
    Sylius uses the full-stack Symfony2 framework.
  • Elcodi - Flexible e-commerce components for Symfony2
    Elcodi is a suite of e-commerce components developed for Symfony2 Framework. It aims to promote SOLID principles, efficient code reutilization, separation of concerns as effective building blocks for the development of e-commerce applications or components with the Symfony PHP Framework. Rather than provide a single, monolithic application, the codebase is split into various projects, each with its own repository, so that dependencies can be controlled and fine-tuned by the enveloping Symfony application utilizing Elcodi components.