I enjoyed reading this. WordPress is definitely not the flashiest of choices, but I echo a lot of Blake’s sentiments.
Rachel Andrew writing for Smashing Magazine: The ::marker pseudo-element allows you to target the list marker — separately from the content of the list item. This was not possible in previous…More
Adelina Țucă writing for Smashing Magazine: Do not underestimate the impact of image optimization. Images are always one of the main reasons for a slow website. Google doesn’t like slow websites…More
Ayooluwa Isaiah writing for CSS-Tricks: This approach provides a number of advantages over conventional methods: The user is presented with a wide range of options for sharing content compared to the…More
Fantastic explanation from Rachel Andrew. This line stuck out to me: We weren’t taking semantic HTML and changing the display method used on it, we were creating a layout structure in…More
This looks very useful.
For years, Cloud.typography has included any five fonts of your choosing, and the rest available to purchase. Today we’re making things a lot simpler, a lot more flexible, and a…More
Boy, I knew Brett Terpstra was prolific, but this list is nuts. If you’re a developer or write markdown frequently, I’m sure you’ll find more than one of Brett’s projects…More
Earlier this year, I started to feel it was time to buy a new Mac, but wanted to make a sensible and adult decision. I’d wait till the Fall, see…More
One of the tradeoffs of using a static site generator like Jekyll is not having scheduled posts. Sure you can add a date in the future, but static means exactly…More
One of the things I didn’t like about the previous version of this site’s design was how prominent the ad was on smaller screens. Instead, I wanted to place the…More
I recently started using Siteleaf to manage this site, and I had an issue with image uploads. Siteleaf puts images in an _uploads folder that Jekyll doesn’t output by default. To…More
Rachel Andrew: You won’t get far through a conversation about subgrid in CSS Grid Layout without someone suggesting that display: contents solves most of the problems anyway, so do we really…More
The New CSS Layout by Rachel Andrew. Photo taken in Cozumel, Mexico If you’ve been working on the web for the past few years, you’ve noticed how quickly our layout…More
Let’s say you want to exclude a post from your RSS feed. How do you go about doing that? Well, there are a few ways. First, you’d need to add…More