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How to Remove Pocket from Firefox's Toolbar and Right-Click Menu

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Web Accessibility Audits for the Node.js Command-Line

Get WAI-ARIA compliance reports in your Node.js console

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Did You Know About the Node.js Tools for Visual Studio?

Easily write Node.js apps using Microsoft's Visual Studio

Duplicate WordPress Posts and Pages with One Click

     
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Cool Google Fonts Features Currently in Beta

     
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Basic WordPress Security Tips

     
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How to Handle Client Invoicing via WordPress

     
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Insert a big hero image in your page's header that resizes and realigns along with your browser window

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Test and Detect Frontend Code Quality and Performance

Yellow Lab Tools can analyze frontend code quality, overall page performance and profile complex JavaScript code

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WP Rollback is a plugin that simplifies theme and plugin version management for older WordPress installs

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Caching Web Fonts to HTML5 LocaStorage Improves Page Load Times

Keep a copy of your custom fonts in the user's browser, and force them to load them instead whenever possible

 
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