Sarah Drasner made a CSS Grid generator tool. It's awe-inspiring and useful: you can designate rows, columns, gaps, and units. Then you can drag them to create child containers in dynamic layouts.
After interviewing thirteen WordPress developers for a book on getting up and running with WordPress development, I have some key takeaways that I’d like to share with you.
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.
Burn After Reading Here’s another impressive “what we are reading” list from the regulars at CSS Tricks. It will keep you busy for a good chunk of the year! Chris Coyier, Sarah Drasner, Geoff Graham, and Robin Rendle weigh in with some worthy links. 📚
Neale Van Fleet shows off a nice trick for making a realistic motion blur in CSS in between transitions.
This is a preview of the first part of my upcoming article on Thesis, Automattic, and WordPress. Chris Pearson and Matt Mullenweg have hardly communicated with one another in the last five years, but they are ideological enemies. They are both wealthy individuals thanks to their online endeavors, with very strong personalities and unshakable beliefs…
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…