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Introduction to some of the top custom block collections available for WordPress.
How WordPress works and what that means for your new WordPress website.
A discussion of actual salaries, in-demand skills, marketplaces, and what to do in order to remain competitive.
A collection of web design showcases, each of which features hundreds of examples of web designs that innovate, educate, and inspire.
I recently discovered most people aren’t even aware that double position for gradient stops is something that actually exists in the spec, so I decided to write about it.
People have built great tools to help you manage multiple WordPress sites from a single unified dashboard, and I’ve collected the best options in this post.
WordPress 5.4 is scheduled to be released on March 31, 2020. It will be the first major release of the year and will ship with some significant improvements.
I’m here to pass along some of the tidbits of knowledge that I wish someone had told me back in the day. May they help you on your journey!
Reports and surveys that shed light on: The battle between mobile and desktop, Why so many websites keep getting hacked, What’s keeping ecommerce business owners awake at night, and What Google is now saying about mobile-first indexing.
Take a look at some pros and cons with examples of use.
Build independent, composable, maintainable, interactive, progressively enhanced components in a WordPress theme.
A list of terrible web design clients you should stay away from at all costs. Make sure to learn how to spot them and prepare yourself for any potential troubles.
A look at four techniques for adding custom CSS to WordPress.
We’ve found some of the best browsers for web developers, to get you started.
In this tutorial, we’ll build a React drag-and-drop component for file and image uploads. In the process, we’ll learn about the HTML drag-and-drop API. We will also learn how to use the useReducer hook for managing state in a React functional component.
There’s a trend afoot in website design that mixes real images with illustrations and art elements in interesting ways. And it’s quirky, unique, and beautiful!
You can mathematically know if two colors have enough contrast between them.
I will explain how to style the most common button styles, and shed light on some pitfalls we face while building them.
Diagonal layouts are great. You can build them easily with CSS.
Things, like the syntax of SVG, can be a little tricky and having to hand-alter SVG code sometimes isn’t out of the question.
A review of the most common systems for both small and large projects, with some easy-to-follow best practices.
Every once in a while I’m motivated to attempt to draw some shapes with <path>, the all-powerful drawing syntax of SVG.
A list of top super flexible and useful variable fonts that one can use in their next branding campaign.
Web analytics and split testing, in-person testing, and simplifying your sales process.
This guide covers what’s available in the console object of Firefox and Chrome as they are often the most popular browsers for development and they do have a few differences in various aspects of the console.
Check out 10 critical stats for web design in 2020.
Looking at some different common solutions and when it makes sense to use one over the other.
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