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Adding dynamic classes to your custom WordPress widgets

I recently released an ad management plugin for WordPress called “Easy AdSense Ads & Scripts Manager“. In this plugin we have a custom widget with option to remove the padding and borders (if any) added by the theme. I did not think much before implementing this feature and was expecting WordPress to have some kind of hook

error: command ‘cc’ failed with exit status 1; Can’t install PIL, Pillow, MySql and other packages in Mavericks.

If you are getting the following error when installing python packages using PIP or easy_install, don’t worry. You have come to the right place for solution. First make sure you have developer tools installed. You can install them by executing the following command in terminal xcode-select –install The clang errors are due to changes introduced in

2 Common errors while setting up phpMyAdmin on Mac OSX

You might encounter the following two errors while installing phpMyAdmin on OSX Login without password is forbidden by the configuration ( See AllowNoPassword ) #2002 can not login tot the MySQL server Here are the fixes for the above two errors. 1. Open phpMyAdmin configuration located at (phpMyAdmin Folder)/ and change $cfg[‘Servers’][$i][‘AllowNoPassword’] = False; to

Django | Set the defulat ordering rule for queries in the models

Though we can specify order explicitly in queries like below Posts.objects.order_by(‘published’) it is repetitive and most of the times we will want to order by a particular field. We can specify the order in the models like this

What do Dollar and Caret ( $ and ^) sign in Django urls mean?

$ and ^ are regular expression characters that have a special meaning: the caret means “require that the pattern matches the start of the string,” and the dollar sign means “require that the pattern matches the end of the string.” For example consider the  following url pattern

Without the dollar sign at the end