Chris Coyier updated his advice on where to learn WordPress theme development nowadays.
Chris Coyier reviews some approaches to removing unused CSS from a site, and he recommends starting with a look at “coverage” in Chrome’s DevTools. PurifyCSS, UnusedCSS, and PurgeCSS are also addressed. 🚿
Chris Coyier is not a stranger to most of us web workers. He’s a designer at CodePen, a writer at CSS-Tricks, and a podcaster at ShopTalk. He uses WordPress on all three of his primary projects. For years, Chris has been a consistent advocate for the platform. He develops his own websites with WordPress, but his day-to-day…
Acquired in January, CSS-Tricks founder Chris Coyier, who was also a member here, ran that publication for 15 years before capitalizing on search traffic to sell to Digital Ocean — for $4 million (USD). They Got Acquired got that number and a few others from Chris recently: 88 million pageviews 91,000 newsletter subscribers 6,500 articles,…
Chris Coyier has made an open source microsite showcasing coding fonts. ⌨️
After a conversation with Rachel Andrew, Chris Coyier put together some excellent suggestions about technical writing in a detailed post. Some key takeaways: Make content scannable with thoughtful intros and outros while being mindful of the length and tone. Relate new technologies to existing/well-known ones. Write what’s personal and important to you.