If you do front-end work and aren't familiar with Babel, Autoprefixer, or Browserslist yet you should take a few moments to read this post on CSS Tricks.
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,…
Rachel Andrew and Jen Simmons went on the Shop Talk Show to talk about CSS Grid, and it’s a really in-depth, valuable conversation. You can start using it now, and they really helped clarify a lot of Grid questions I had. Rachel’s Grid by Example website is also super handy.
Sharing without a strategy. Blogging without a plan. Connecting without an angle. Maybe that’s how Tumblr shines?
Aaron Powell shows off what CSS can do — most of us probably had no idea! Two examples: keylogger (a little bit scary) and user tracking (not very scary, but still interesting).
Gutenberg 4.0 is out, and this release covers a number of items from a long “pending items” list. Other than bug fixes, some new additions include colors for cover image overlays, a new font size picker, better pullquote features, post locking, a new data structure for RichText, and a lot of CSS and UI polishing. This release…
What is the Block Protocol and why does it matter? What’s the significance of Matt taking over at Tumblr? And is WordPress way too complicated?