Welcome to Coderve! The idea for a better version of a product starts when you take your first step. I have taken mine to offer you a complete solution for amazing designs that you can use while developing/designing your next website.
Tutorials on Coderve are designed to give you the idea for possibilities of the designs and improve your workflow.
Before You jump to the tutorials, please remember a few things that could save you hours of debugging.
1. Use a test environment.
Always use a test/demo site to check your code before pushing your code directly on the live website.
2. Use sFTP, FTP, or file manager.
Always use a backend file manager or SFTP to add/edit your files. It will help you to revert back as soon as it gives an error and prevents you from a crashing website.
3. Multiple Choices
Tutorials provide multiple designs/options using minor changes in codes. It is recommended to use only one as per the steps.
4. Changes not visible
This happens generally due to cache issue offers directly or indirectly from Hosting, Cloudflare, or Server panel. Make sure you have the cache cleared.
You can use the following command to refresh the changes.
Chrome → CTRL+ reload button or CTRL+F5
Firefox → CTRL+F5 or CTRL+SHIFT+R
Safari → option+CMD+R
Chrome → SHIFT+ Reload button or CMD+ Shift+R
Firefox → SHIFT+Reload button or CMD+SHIFT+R
Internet Explorer → ctrl+reload or ctrl+f5
5. Page not working
This generally happens with WordPress Websites. If you are working with custom post types or added a new post, it may give an Error 404. To fix this, we need to flush the permalinks. Go to Settings > Permalinks and hit the save button again. This will fix the issue (most of the time).
It is recommended to read the tutorial at least 2-3 times before following any step to avoid confusion and mixing tutorial codes and steps.
You can browse the tutorials now. Thank you.