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CSS3

CSS Fonts

CSS gives you good control over the font display. You can change the font size, font color, boldness, size, and style of your text. In this chapter, you will learn about font styling features provided by CSS.

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CSS Colors

In CSS, you can define colors using particular and predefined color names, or you can make use of the RGB, HEX, HSL, RGBA, HSLA color values whose meaning is already known to the browser.

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CSS focus Pseudo-Class

CSS focus Pseudo-Class can be implemented to select an HTML element currently focused on by your web page user. It is usually applied in the input elements of HTML forms and triggered when the user clicks it with the mouse to insert data.

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CSS active Pseudo-Class

The CSS active pseudo-class can be implemented with any HTML element; it appears active when the user clicks on it. It is typically used on anchor and button elements.

MongoDB

MongoDB - Advanced Indexing

Indexes in any database are essential in improving the performance of their data retrieval speed, and the same is true for MongoDB. By using indexes, performance in MongoDB queries becomes more efficient. In this chapter, you will learn about the different indexing techniques and their limitations.

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MongoDB - Regular Expression

Regular expressions are a pattern matching technique provided by MongoDB as a feature that is used to search for a string within documents. In this chapter, you will learn about the regular expression in MongoDB.

WordPress

WordPress Backup

Backups are usually done to ensure that if something went wrong with the WordPress site or its data, it can be recovered adequately without loss and time delay. In this chapter, you will learn about the simplest technique that you can use to back up your WordPress site.

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WordPress Comments

Comments are a unique feature that allows WordPress users to interact with different bloggers of the same project or with the team. The primary intention of using Comments is to get to know what your readers or viewers are looking for, and they can also provide feedback through this feature of WordPress.

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WordPress Users

WordPress has an inbuilt user role management tool that can specify what a user can or cannot do. In this chapter, you will come to know about the concept of users and roles/permissions.

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WordPress Tags

WordPress Tags can be defined as a set of information that you can attach to your WordPress content for categorizing and better identify content. In this chapter, you will learn about the concept of tags and how to use it.

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WordPress Categories

WordPress categories is an essential tool that is used by the admins and users in dividing the web site's content into various sections. In this chapter, you will learn about the concept of WordPress categories and how to use it.

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Creating a Website or Blog in WordPress

WordPress is designed in such a way that even non-technical bloggers and content creators can create their website with much ease and variations. In this chapter, you will get to know about the basic concept of creating a WordPress website.

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WordPress Pages

Creating pages to your website is similar to that of incorporating Posts in WordPress. Pages can be defined as a collective set of static content that does not change its display information dynamically during the website run.

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WordPress Posts

"Posts" is a component of WordPress that allows WordPress users to inscribe a blog as well as post it on the associated site. These posts are listed in descending order on the front page of the website or blog.

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WordPress History

The history of WordPress goes into detail about how WordPress came to be original, what the different versions of WordPress are, and what today's WordPress is all about.

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Introduction to Content Management System (CMS)

Content Management System (CMS) can be defined as a tool or software program containing a set of interrelated programs used for creating and managing different digital or online content. Some famous examples of CMS software are Joomla, Drupal, WordPress, TYPO3, etc.