Kevin Powell refers to a lot of helpful CSS resources and experts in this humble post. If you are looking to further expand your CSS knowledge, this is worth a read. 👑
I’m always amazed what can be done with CSS and when I think i’ve seen everything, I see something that I think is cool. This time it’s this one that shows filtering content using only CSS. There are drawbacks, but it’s fun going over the demo. Also don’t forget about print style sheets – they…
If you would like to get a good handle on CSS Grids, check out this newly posted video of Wes Bos talking about that very subject at Laracon US. Wes also has a nice resource library where you can pick up more tutorials at cssgrid.io.
Preethi Sam shares some techniques for generating creative background patterns using gradients, CSS shapes, and even emojis. 👍
Matt Mullenweg announced browser support changes for WordPress. Previously, we discussed the new editor and browser support within WordPress core. Following up on those conversations, we are officially ending support for Internet Explorer versions 8, 9, and 10, starting with WordPress 4.8. Microsoft officially discontinued supporting these browsers in January 2016, and attempting to continue…
WordPress success stories are great, but this time, you’re going to read about a failure. It’s about the Speed Booster Pack plugin and the depressing, constant decline of its active installs.
This is nice: Happy Cog is sharing their starter files, which includes their coding styles and CSS structure. The agency produces some great work, and if you are a front-end developer it might be worth a peak.