Week in review: VIP learning, Javascript pervasiveness, and changing lives with WordPress
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Week in review: VIP learning, Javascript pervasiveness, and changing lives with WordPress

Welcome to the second “Week in Review” on Post Status, where I hope to offer up some of the things you may have missed in the last week or so. WP Sessions VIP My friend Brian Richards is going full-force with WP Sessions and its new VIP offering. WP Sessions is a great way to…

WordPress responsive navigation options
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WordPress responsive navigation options

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…

The Theme Foundry releases a Backbone powered theme
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The Theme Foundry releases a Backbone powered theme

The folks from The Theme Foundry have released a new theme called Collections, which is a post formats centric, Backbone powered WordPress theme. They emailed me to let me know they were wrapping up a Backbone powered theme, and I was intrigued and asked if I could take a closer look. So they showed me…

Backbone.js, Underscore.js and why they matter for WordPress

WordPress is transforming and you may not even know it. The project’s largely been a PHP driven framework. According to Github, the code itself is around 85% PHP and 15% JS in WordPress 3.5. In the future, JavaScript is likely to make up a majority of the project’s code. And Backbone.js and Underscore.js have a big part of that shift. We should get ready for the change, and learn how to use these new tools.

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