If you're using CSS Grid layout, then you might appreciate this recent post from Smashing Magazine by Rachel Andrew. It answers some common questions and addresses frequent stumbling blocks.
A lot of big websites have ROT (Redundant, out-of-date, trivial) content, and it can make maintaining and improving websites incredibly difficult. If you’ve ever worked on a website with a few thousand pages you know what I mean; but the problem can be much bigger. Many corporate websites can have tens of thousands or hundreds of…
What is a “headless” WordPress site? Is it a good option for you? What does headless WordPress offer in speed, security, and scalability?
Have you used the beta version of WordPress 4.9? I have. One of the new things is the file editor, which has been pretty fully overhauled. It has a lot of improvements. If we are to have a file editor at all, these are proper changes. I joked about WordPress with an IDE on Twitter,…
We like to say it’s easy to build a website, and to build it on top of WordPress. Maybe it is, maybe it isn’t. But for just about anyone, it can be intimidating when you’re just digging in. You’ve got to learn your ABCs before you can tell a great story. On the web — especially as it gets more complicated — there’s a lot to learn to build and maintain a modern website.
Developers looking for an excellent introduction to web components should check out a recent post on the CSS Tricks website. Caleb Williams wrote this detailed and easy to follow guide.