Citing two recent cases of copyright law abuse, WordPress.com-owner Automattic has announced it’s backing ‘censorship’ victims by filing two lawsuits to deter future misuses. [editor's note: this is awesome.]
Kirk Wight has written a helpful post on the Theme Shaper blog that offers tips on improving performance in WordPress themes. Kirk is a theme wrangler at Automattic and knows his stuff. If you love making themes, but haven’t thought too much about performance, this is the introduction for you.
If you use WordPress for your business website or to run your business entirely, you should be split testing to improve your conversions on products, form entries, and even email lists. WP Lift has done a nice run-through with tips for doing better A/B testing with WordPress.
I’ve long preferred a mix of ems rems (and percentages for that matter) over pixels in web design and front-end development. However, some of the original reasons have gone away as browsers have gotten smarter. Yet, Vasilis van Gemert has collected some thoughts and links on why it’s still good to utilize ems and rems over…
This week’s Post Status Draft podcast is hosted by Brian Krogsgard and Joe Hoyle. Our topic this week is work life balance.
Increase your chances of getting hired with these 5 tips: from knowing where to look to how to follow up after an interview.
📹 Here’s my video pick of the week: There’s an interesting discussion at the Gutenberg Times between Enrique Piqueras and Birgit Pauli-Haack about the highlights of a full-site editing experience and how block-based themes could work. Francesca Marano has two videos (part 1 and part 2 + slides) from the last WordCamp US on how…