If you’ve been working with HTML for very long, you probably know a lot of hex color codes, but do you know how to read them? Josh Kennedy created an animated guide that dissects hex codes to make them easier to read and understand.
Matt Shaw shows how WordPress handles HTML email and how plugins can supplement it. Matt says, “While WordPress core has a way to go before it has good support of HTML emails, plugin developers have helped to pick up some of the slack.”
The keys to being valuable: Be open. Be honest. Be willing. Be passionate. Result: Be valuable. Be employed. WordPress continues its dominance as a CMS. This is an obvious statement if you look at statistics for sites that use WordPress, but have you thought of what that means to you if you know how to work…
At some point, you want to hide information or an element on a page. Kitty Giraudel explains all the right (and wrong) ways to do it — and when you should do it — with HTML or CSS.
BRIAN’S NOTES ✏️ Request for Comment on Comments Previously we’ve mentioned Jeremy Felt‘s ideas for how WordPress comments should work. They’re really good, simple steps forward, and this is how we should be thinking about a core feature that ought to make WordPress shine.☀️ Now Chris Coyier has shared his comment wishlist for WordPress, and…
Tom Nowell has a really neat tool, that let’s you input something, and see what the output would be, having been run through every one of WordPress’s escaping and sanitizing functions. I seriously love this little tool. Confused about it? Just paste in a sentence with some HTML for a link, and you’ll see.
OptinMonster has changed the very core of their product today, and it is now a standalone SaaS (software as a service) product, versus a plugin that runs on users’ servers.