Terence Eden tells a story that shows how simple HTML can be quite effective. If you want to connect people to vital information even if the technology they're using is terrible, less is definitely more. 🤔
Read the code with Rodolfo Melogli! This week in WooCommerce functions we’re looking at
Chris Coyier has done a nice job going through the various considerations to make when posting code in WordPress content. He covers using <pre> and <code> tags in the WordPress editor directly, using Markdown and Github flavored Markdown, and third party tools like Github Gists and his own CodePen embeds (for front end code). I…
Zack Tollman, ladies and gentlemen, is one of my favorite people in the world. Let’s preface with that. He does not blog often, but when he blogs, it is fantastic. Go ahead and read everything he’s ever written if you’re a hardcore WordPress developer. But fear not, this post is not just limited to hardcore WordPress…
In their debut conversation for Get Hired, Cory and Courtney discuss the kinds of jobs that are available in WordPress and where to find them.
If you compose HTML emails, then you’ll want to read this post from Chris Coyier that highlights some essential tools, workflows, and APIs that will make your work easier.
Sara Soueidan shows that horizontal rules in HTML don’t have to be boring. In this post, Sara shows how she created some interesting visuals and how her horizontal rules can be improved “so that they adapt to various contexts while remaining semantic and accessible.” 👍