Chris Coyier has a nice piece on what words to avoid in educational writing. I know I’ve used some of these words before, and I’ll be careful to avoid them in the future. As Chris says, “these words might detract from the material.” 🤬
The Post Status podcast picks of the week include two takes on selling businesses, going back to work for someone else, and then… Chris Coyier and Corey Maas tell their stories. • Daisy Olson has the lowdown on block themes. • Raquel Landefeld on the power of community. • Press the Issue launches a solidly journalistic WordPress podcast with Allie Nimmons investigating the pandemic’s impact on WordCamps for the first episode.
Newfold acquires YITH, Hostopia. Wordfence stops FastOrSlow.com. DigitalOcean acquires CSS-tricks. Tips and tricks for WordPress devs.
Chris Coyier updated his advice on where to learn WordPress theme development nowadays.
If you compose HTML emails, then you’ll want to read this post from Chris Coyier that highlights some essential tools, workflows, and APIs that will make your work easier.
If you’ve seen but avoided the current, heated CSS-in-JS discussions, then this balanced roundup from Chris Coyier might be just the thing for you.
I recently submitted an audio question to my favorite web podcast, the Shoptalk Show. Chris Coyier and Dave Rupert are mega smart and I wanted to know what front-end development methods they’d want to explore for a greenfield project based on the new WP REST API backend. My question: I learned web development and templating…