I believe that a traditional WordPress theme should be able to work as effectively as a static site or a headless web app. The overwhelming majority of WordPress websites are built with a good ol’
We aren’t supposed to be doing any sort of decision-making based on browser User-Agent Strings. But, ya know, collectively, we do. Karl Dubost notes that there is a significant change coming to them, notably moving
Part of my work as a prepress operator requires looking at printed material under magnification, usually a loupe. This is done for a variety of reasons, such as: Determining if a previous print was printed
I love CSS Grid. I love how, with just a few lines of code, we can achieve fully responsive grid layouts, often without any media queries at all. I’m quite comfortable wrangling CSS Grid to
One way to work with Custom Properties is to think of them as design tokens. Colors, spacings, fonts, and whatnot. You set them at the root of the page and use them throughout your CSS.
Web-browser for research that helps programmers think clearly. With Bonsai, rather than being like, I’m going to go use my web browser now, you hit Option + Space and it brings up a browser. It’s
Ahmad Shadeed blogs the sentiment that we might not need to lean on position: absolute as much as we might have in the past. For one thing: stacking elements. For example, if you have a
Which new framework should I learn this year? Is it time to ditch my CMS? What tools should I pick up if I want to scale my site to an audience of millions? The 2021