If you are looking for CSS animation libraries, here is a recent “top ten” list that goes into great detail. It’s published on DEV, which I’m reading more and more these days compared to Medium, which I’m reading less and less. 👀
Chris Pearson and Matt Mullenweg have hardly communicated with one another in the last five years, but they are ideological enemies. They have very strong personalities and unshakable beliefs on business and software. This is a story of their dispute, their idealism, and the implications it will have on the WordPress project.
Here’s an interesting case of someone monetizing a browser extension (one that scans CSS in a browser) and reaching $70k over 18 months. 🤑 If you also haven’t heard of Indie Hackers but want more monetization stories like this one, check it out.
What happens when we reach the end of a phase in Gutenberg? Josepha shares what this means for additional features and requests in the WP Briefing. Josepha also posed a few questions at how we prioritize doing the work of contributing while onboarding new contributors and ways to simplify the experience new contributors have. Finally, get an early look at the design changes coming for Hosting, Jobs, About, and Dev Blog.
Ah, the <pre> tag. It’s quite handy to show off code. Chris Coyier has some good tips on how to style that tag. I had no idea there was a tab-size parameter in CSS for styling pre tags. Chris says the default is eight spaces, so it should probably be standard for us to reduce that, especially…
The Toast is a popular blog that recently underwent a redesign, and includes an in-depth series on the Responsive Web Design blog going over many of the implementation and process details. The series doesn’t speak particularly highly (or accurately) about WordPress. I’ve read the post covering creating The Toast backend three times today, as well…
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