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This is a great flash talk by Andrew Nacin, where he discusses the decision making process for evolving WordPress while maintaining backward compatibility. Included are some explanations of the struggles with terms, term meta, and more. This was part of an event at The New York Times, where Scott Taylor also did an interesting talk.
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Navigation is one of the most challenging battles for doing responsive design well. To preface this article, I highly recommend you study Brad Frost’s collections of responsive navigation patterns and complex responsive navigation patterns. In this post, I’ll cover two methods for handling the “toggle” method for responsive navigation in WordPress. Common responsive navigation patterns…
Mike Toppa makes a case against Singletons in the ongoing discussion regarding best practices for object oriented WordPress development.
How to make a user experience that doesn’t suck has always remained a kind of trade secret among those who make it their trade. That’s understandable, but it’s Drupal behavior in a WordPress world.
Curtis McHale defends that including solid and comprehensive documentation with your projects is probably a task you can no longer ignore, if you want to stand out as a more complete WordPress developer.