If you could get one gift from your boss this holiday season, what would you want it to be? You know, other than the usual mouse pad, picture frame or, my favorite, the ol’ coffee mug and Starbucks card combo.
Design isn’t alone in its lack of quality content—the web, by and large, has become a dumping ground
Allow me to take you on a short journey. In modern component-driven web development, I often end up with or … Read article “The Kind of Development I Like”
This is a little updated cross-post from a quickie article I wrote on DEV. I’m publishing here ‘cuz I’m all IndieWeb like that.
Netlify just dropped a new thing: Build Plugins. (It’s in beta, so you have to request access for now.) Here’s my crack at explaining it, which is heavily informed from David Well’s announcement video.
That’s a little dry, eh? … Read article “Meeting GraphQL at a Cocktail Mixer”
December 6th, 2018 was a special date for WordPress: it marked the release of version 5.0 of the software that, to this day, powers more than one-third of the web. In the past, people working on the platform pointed out that there has never been any special meaning to version numbers used in WordPress releases; as such, WordPress 5.0 was simply the follower to WordPress 4.9. Yet, 5.0 brought possibly the biggest innovation since Custom Post Types were introduced in … Read article “Bringing CSS Grid to WordPress Layouts”
I really like :focus-within. It’s a super useful selector that allows you to essentially select a parent element when any of its children are in focus.