Introduction In earlier parts we discussed about the basics of integral equations and how they can be derived from ordinary differential equations. In second part, we also solved a linear integral equation using trial method. Now we…
If there was only one single piece of advice we could give you for building and launching your new website, it would be this:
Take nothing for granted.
Just because something should look, or function, a certain way, that doesn’t mean it’s always going to. Just because my site looks a million dollars when viewed on Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, that doesn’t mean Internet Explorer is going to load it the same way. Nor we should assume that just because we find it easy to log on to my site and use all its features, doesn’t mean my customers are going to enjoy the same way. Perhaps they naturally navigate the site in a way we hadn’t thought of, or come up stuck at a point we assumed would be pretty straight forward.
For those who run WordPress powered websites understand the importance of adding widgets on their site. Widgets are a great way to add content and additional features on your website. They make it extremely easy for you to simply drag and drop several elements such as sidebar, header, footer, of your website and thus making the most out of its functionality. By utilizing widgets correctly, you can make your website useful for your visitors. And the best thing about them is, you can use them anywhere you want, thus helping users to find more content on your website. Many of the WordPress users always search for the perfect WordPress widget that will help them do exactly what they want, but with a little technical knowledge and coding skills, you may find it easier for you to create your own WordPress custom widget. In this tutorial, I am going to show you the ways through which you can create your custom widget. For a better understanding, I'll be covering some extra points that you need to understand before you actually start creating the widget itself.