Ninja Forms 3 Password Field

Ninja Forms 3 doesn’t come built in with a password field, which makes things like user registration with Ninja Forms, a bit less user-friendly. Luckily with the help of some JavaScript, you can recreate the password field functionality quite easily: Make sure to change the ID in the Javascript file, which is 3 by default, to match the field ID of your password field. Then make sure to add the custom class ninja-forms-password to that field in your Ninja Forms creator. Save the JS gist — Read more →

Secure passwords with salt and pepper hash

We’ve all heard about some of the biggest websites in the world being hacked in the last few years, be it LinkedIn, Yahoo or anyone else. The big deal when sites get hacked is that generally it means those who did the hacking have access to the site’s database, which contains all of the information held by the site about its users; which generally includes password information. The real problem with this is that many websites still don’t use the best practices when it comes — Read more →

Currency and Clipboard Plugins

I’m delighted to say that I’ve had my first two WordPress plugins accepted to the WordPress repo so that everyone using the platform can download and use them! Both of them were borne out of little issues that I found in my day-to-day coding and hopefully I’ve produced features that people will want to use and can integrate into their sites nicely! Find out more about what these plugins do and download them below: Click to Clipboard To make sharing info from a web page — Read more →

Loss in the digital age

Twitter confirmed tonight that its subsidiary video app service Vine will be shut down in the coming months, with the company’s struggles in maintaining revenues and growing its main platform perhaps being at fault for axing what’s become a diminishing service. Vine may not be one of the internet’s biggest services, but what it did in its brief existence was popularise the shortest-form of content sharing – with its trademark six-second video length paving the way for the likes of Snapchat which has exploded in — Read more →

The new laws of Google

In terms of the internet, whatever Google says is law. There’s no more powerful company than the big G online because of their control of the search market as well as their other ventures such as YouTube and, well less-so, Google Plus. That’s why it’s of crucial important to web designers/owners everywhere to take heed when Google issues a decree on best practice, and why there are three major factors that they must consider going forward through the end of this year and into next. — Read more →