AngularJS: How to use ng-show to hide or reveal elements on click

In this article, I will describe how to use the AngularJS directive ng-show for clicking a button to reveal hidden data. The steps below demonstrate how to use AngularJS to hide or reveal data based on clicking an element. In a combination of HTML and JavaScript, it uses AngularJS directives ng-app, ng-controller, ng-click, ng-show, and … Continue reading AngularJS: How to use ng-show to hide or reveal elements on click

jQuery: How to detect if JavaScript and jQuery are working in a sandbox environment

Recently I was working in a Piano template sandbox environment where I could edit HTML and CSS code to build a Piano template. This sandbox uses AngularJS, HTML, and CSS, but I wanted to see if it provided JavaScript and jQuery functionality so that I could enhance the template I was working on with some … Continue reading jQuery: How to detect if JavaScript and jQuery are working in a sandbox environment

How to test production code with Chrome Developer Tools “overrides” feature

Let’s say you are tracking down a bug where a page on the live site behaves differently than the same page in the local environment. There is a way to run tests of the live code via Chrome Developer Tools that does not require pushing test code to production. It is called “overrides”: Step 1: … Continue reading How to test production code with Chrome Developer Tools “overrides” feature

PHP: How to use password_hash and password_verify

In this article I will describe how to use two PHP functions, password_hash and password_verify, that are important for website login pages that use a user name and password. 1. password_hash() Here is what the PHP documentation says about password_hash: password_hash() creates a new password hash using a strong one-way hashing algorithm. password_hash() is compatible … Continue reading PHP: How to use password_hash and password_verify