Just when I think I’ve wrapped up the changes to my site I realize that there’s a half dozen CSS and content changes still left. It’s a process.
Responsive Design Testing. Cool site that allows you to test a URL in various widths and device sizes. Really handy for testing a responsive design you’re working on.
Ian Stewart, of Thematic fame, gave a terrific presentation at WordCamp San Francisco about how to use post formats in your WordPress theme. The video is now online and posted over at ThemeShaper. He’s also made all the slides available to download if you want… Continue reading →
I was going to comment with WordPress theme and code tips on a blog post today. Instead, the only option was Facebook comments with no fallback. It makes no sense to me that you’d control publication of your content while simultaneously making interaction with it contingent upon a single, corporate platform.
Don’t Fear the Internet. Fantastic series that aims to introduce basic HTML and CSS to non-web designers. The videos are incredibly well designed and focus on getting you actually doing things.
I’ve meant to set up a photo blog for a while now. I made a quick photo theme a while back but it was really just a dirty hack of this theme and I never got around to setting it up. This time I decided… Continue reading →
If you can create a culture of teaching and learning within your community like what went on when Greg showed us git, your project will take off. Those moments are more important to the humans involved than any app feature. Gina Trapani — Your Community… Continue reading →
Upgraded to WordPress trunk today. The new admin Dashboard and fullscreen writing mode are wonderful updates.
Ray Villalobos, who flew all the way out from Florida, opened the development track at WordCamp Developers with a talk about HTML5, CSS3, and WordPress integration. He posted his slides before the talk as well. Ray is an author at Lynda.com and runs a course on… Continue reading →