Microsoft recently released a preview of Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7. It’s noticeably faster than Chrome, but may be a bit more of a bain to the web developer’s existence. If you have bugs that show up in IE10 only, you must included the fixes in your main stylesheet. You will no longer be [...]
Recently, a redditor buovjaga posted an interesting question:
I want to achieve true mobile-friendliness by not serving useless elements and scripts to devices and not merely hiding them. I want to use screen width and not User Agent detection.
There is a plugin, WP Responsive images, which uses JS [...]
I’ve been considering upgrading my early 2008 MacBook for a few months. It’s served me well, but it’s been on its last legs for a while now. Parts of the machine have broken off, the optical drive hasn’t worked in a couple years (despite the fact that I never have a need for it), and [...]
Some people don’t entirely grasp the concept of IDs and classes in CSS. You’ll find a set of people who use IDs for everything on the page. Another set of people who use classes for everything on the page. Some will mix-and-match. Others, like myself, avoid IDs and classes as often as possible.
Why do [...]
I’ll admit it, I don’t name my layers in Photoshop. You probably hate me. What’s worse, I’m about to convert you over to the dark side.
Face it, naming layers takes time. Even if it only takes two seconds to name a layer, those seconds add up over the course of hundreds of layers. But [...]
There are many reasons why someone may want to move a WordPress installation. Maybe you’re changing web hosting providers. Or you develop your site locally before you set your site public for the world to see. Regardless of the reason, the process of moving a WordPress installation can look rather daunting to the novice. It [...]