When starting a new project with multiple projects in the solution, it might be best to first start with the completely empty solution and then add new or existing projects to that blank solution. We are going to do just that using Visual Studio 2022.
Yesterday, I installed the Visual Studio 2022 Community edition and noticed it was missing ASP.NET template for .NET Framework. I was not able to create either ASP.NET MVC or ASP.NET Web Forms web project. I was only able to find the ASP.NET Core related templates. This article will show how I was able to solve the problem.
When you have a website that has a lot of snippets of programming code, having some sort of code syntax highlighter is a must. In this article, we are going to add a Highlight.js library to a WordPress website. We are also going to examine three of its plugins that extend the functionality of the highlighter library.
In this article, we are going to create a simple prompt app as an interactive shell. The application will continue to ask for input until it receives an exit command. We will use the standard Rust library std::io::stdin() for input. We will also list some of the prompt-related crates that support more complex input functionality.
The other day I wanted to install a WordPress plugin on a website hosted on my Windows local development machine, but the plugin complained that it needs the cURL extension enabled on the
php.ini configuration file. This seemed like an easy problem to solve, but after modifying the
php.ini file, I was still getting the "curl not found" error. This article will show two different ways to make the cURL extension work on the Windows system.
Since WordPress 2.7, we can use sticky posts which keep posts at the top when going through the loop of posts. Even though the sticky posts were added way back in 2008, this feature still only works with built-in posts. With custom post types, it is currently not yet available. In this article, we will learn what sticky posts are, why they weren't added yet for custom post types, and how to make them stick anyway.
Recently, I started to explore Solidity and was using Remix IDE to learn more about smart contract development. I made a very basic contract and wanted to deploy it with having ether from a testing account, but after setting the value of 1 ether and clicking on the Deploy button, the deployed transaction failed giving me the "VM error: revert" error.