Slash Coding blog has taken a fresh look altogether. If you think that the author at Slash Coding had forgotten about everyone reading this blog, then you are wrong. The author at Slash Coding, Aneesh Bhatnagar was busy with family obligations for the past 2 months or so. In the meantime, Slash Coding has received a complete makeover. It all started with a brand new logo for the blog and then forced us to use a brand new theme on Slash Coding to go with the new logo. The new branding was stuck in the pipeline long enough, but now that has been finally done and here are a few points to ponder on.
What is Slash Coding Powered by?
Slash Coding is powered by WordPress, the most powerful Content Management System out there for managing websites and blogs alike. On top of WordPress, I am using the Genesis Framework by StudioPress for the awesome look and speed of the website. Since Genesis is just a framework, I am using a child theme on top of it, which was developed by StudioPress team itself with some modifications that I’ve made myself to the theme.
On the hosting side, Slash Coding is hosted on HostGator USA because they provide the best Shared Hosting that is required for this blog to function smoothly. At a later stage, when the need be the blog will be moved to a superior hosting plan. Also, the blog is powered by CloudFlare for better security and faster loading time for the users to enjoy the content on the webiste more and not wait for the website to load. Here are some quick results of the new theme if you are interested in them.
Apart from all the rant above, there is nothing more to say in this article. All I can say is just wait for the articles to pop up on Slash Coding starting today or tomorrow when I get to it. Don’t forget to follow Slash Coding on Social Media and subscribe for email alerts so you don’t miss out on any new posts that we have to share here. The posts will focus mainly on Front-End Web Development and Android Application Development. I will also start a new series of tutorials where you will be able to learn a new front-end language every now and then. Stay Tuned for these updates on the blog in the near future.