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- Are We Thinking About Digital All Wrong? | Smashing Magazine
- Collective #107 | Codrops
- Object-Oriented Programming in WordPress: Classes
- Advanced Grunt Techniques
- Accessing localhost From Anywhere
- My Current CSS and Sass Styleguide
- #132: A Quick Useful Case for Sass Math and Mixins | CSS-Tricks
Chris has always been a proponent of simple grid systems. Here he shows you how to do a simplish grid with sass and math.
- Tilted Content Slideshow
- Does the web need a bill of rights?
- SEO Disasters: What Happens When Google De-Indexes Your Site
- Debunking the myths of web typography
- Feedbin’s First Year
“The next time you read somebody declaring the death of RSS, you can just smile to yourself as you mark it as read in your favorite reader and move on to the next article.”
- Taking A Second Look At Free Fonts
- C.ROWE – Wireframe Kit
- The Art of HTML Semantics: Part 1 – KevinSuttle.com
I feel like I’m still using and wrong,
- Home · kemayo/sublime-text-git Wiki
This package lets you use basic Git commands inside Sublime Text. No need to have a terminal open.
- Using Dropbox to Connect a Team
Dropbox is the best thing since sliced bread… IMO.
- Where to learn WordPress development
As an avid Shop Talk Show listener, I’m familiar with their phrase, “Just build websites,” as it’s their go-to answer to the question, “How do I earn ______?”
- WordPress › WordPress 3.9 Beta 1
Check out what will be the next release of WordPress.
- Grunt and gulp tasks for performance optimization
- The Latest in Web Font Trends
If there are too many fonts out there to pick from, here are some of the most popular. Or depending how you look at it, the ones to avoid. 🙂
- HTML5: Vibration API
- Lessons Learned From Organizing a Meetup
- Sass 3.3 (Maptastic Maple)
Source maps one of the big features.
- How to manage a distributed team | Web design | Creative Bloq
- Auto-preloading: One weird trick to make your pages up to 70% faster
- Flexbox Bar Navigation Demo
- 5 powerful techniques for responsive web design
You could argue that some of these are less-than-ideal, but we’ve all used them.
- A Detailed Introduction To Custom Elements
- The best free WordPress plugins for March 2014
- Recommendations for improving WordPress comments
All great recommendations.
- HTML5 galleries to land in WordPress 3.9
Cool new feature
Great tool to find unneeded css selectors
- How to Use the HTML5 Full-Screen API (Again)
- The Great Web Slowdown [INFOGRAPHIC]
- HTML5: Battery Status API
- Border Animation Effect with SVG
Another great animation from Codrops
- The Beginner’s Guide to Setting Static Front Pages in WordPress
This is a pretty basic WordPress thing, but it’s the first thing you want to do when creating a non-blog site.
- Responsive Strategy
- Screencast: CSS Animation Events Explained! | Val Head – Designer, Consultant and Speaker
- Basics of CSS Blend Modes
- Custom Controls in the Theme Customizer
Make your Theme Customizer more custom.
- Volvo shows off Apple’s CarPlay coming to XC90 SUV, says Wi-Fi connections coming soon (Video)
I don’t see a web browser in here, but there could be one down the “road”. (Zzzzzinnnngg) Kids, you are all using responsive design, right?
- Too easy – didn’t learn – Christian Heilmann’s keynote at jQuery Europe 2014
- Media Temple’s new Managed WordPress Hosting Service
Managed WordPress hosting is invaluable, but it’s expensive. (mt) has an affordable package.
- Data Monday: What Percent of Page Views Share on Social Media?
I knew people didn’t use social buttons on websites that much, but didn’t realize the numbers were this low.
- CSS Gradients
Brush up on your CSS gradients folks.
- How To Use Analytics To Build A Smarter Mobile Website
- CSS performance revisited: selectors, bloat and expensive styles – Author and responsive web developer Ben Frain
Bangup article! tl;dr: CSS selector optimization is a fools errand. Lots of unused styles is taxing.”With CSS, architecture is outside the braces; performance is inside.”
- The Beginner’s Guide to WordPress SEO by Yoast: On Page SEO
Yoast is a very powerful tool for WordPress.
- CodeKit: THE Mac App For Web Developers
CodeKit 2 is out! Now that I’m on Grunt.js, not sure I’ll switch back, but looks like it has some pretty cool features.
- Clean out your Sass junk-drawer | Roughdraft.io