A searchable catalog of PostCSS plugins.
Every few months some thought strikes me and I cannot get it out of my head. Recently it was the importance of finding a balance between generosity and being selfish. I have always strived to be a generous person. It has always been my goal to emulate the generosity my grandfather showed throughout his life.
I decided to setup a Ask Me Anything repo on github, where people can ask me anything they want (go ahead, ask). The second question asked was about WordPress Jobs. While the response was aimed at the asker, much of the advice is general.
What in the hell is this http://www.wpmeta.org/women-of-wordpress/top-women-influencers/ …
After some initial delay, several of the biggest names and competitors in the technology industry are now gearing up to stand firmly behind Apple in its fight with the FBI. Google, Facebook and Twitter are planning to file legal briefs in court to support Apple in the coming days, individuals close to each company confirmed to Mashable on Thursday.
In February 2015, the WordPress Theme Directory launched a new design. Konstantin Obenland worked with Samuel “Otto” Wood and the WordPress meta team to update the design and move the directory off of bbPress. Today Obenland announced that the Plugin Directory will be getting a similar treatment.
A site I’ve been working on had a list of “recent posts” displaying underneath the main content. The feature used a WP_Query loop to display an image, title, and author link for each recent post. The client wanted to update this to use a “related posts” algorithm instead, but didn’t want to change anything else about the design or display.
Jetpack 3.9.2 is now available for download. We’ve added two security updates as well as several bug fixes and enhancements. We recommend that you update your sites to the latest version as soon as possible. Security updates Beautiful Math: there was a potential XSS vulnerability when parsing LaTeX markup within HTML elements.
I’ve had conversations with a few Automattic designers about switching from Open Sans to system fonts over the course of several months. I’m opening this PR to make the discussion public and consol…
At 18000 mph among the stars in seconds… Millions of dollars in a few days… big entrepreneurs, CXO at big corporations, difference makers, bloggers… Women are unstoppable. Even in the WordPress world. Lisa Sabin-Wilson – Best selling author, entrepreneur and yoga girl… If you ever got yourself a copy of ‘WordPress for Dummies’ or any…
The future is retro. More (full-size, freely downloadable) gorgeous posters at Nasa’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory Visions of the Future website.
This is Part III of a three part series about wd_s, our starter theme. To summarize the previous two blog posts: we discussed the history of wd_s and then Damon went in-depth about how we kick off a new projects. In this post, I want to discuss what the future holds for our starter theme, wd_s.
This free, four-day webinar series focuses on how to harness the power of recurring revenue or monthly “mailbox” money for your web design business.
What’s your responsive design process like? Do you feel that it’s efficient? The following article is an excerpt from Ben Callahan’s chapter “Responsive Process,” first published in the Smashing Book 5 (table of contents). We’ve collected some useful techniques and practices from real-life responsive projects in the book – and you can get your hard copy or grab the eBook today.
In October 2014, Jetpack 3.2 introduced a new site logo feature for theme developers. As Jetpack is widely used, it provided a way for theme developers to easily build in logo support, thereby increasing data portability across themes.
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Do you want to build an amazing business and lifestyle? Well … Listening to theorists, rather than practitioners, isn’t going to get it done. Reading a few articles isn’t going to get it done. Daydreaming, without actually doing, isn’t going to get it done.
Ask Post Status a question. I (Brian Krogsgard) will get your question first, but if I don’t have a good answer, I’ll source it to the Post Status community, and we’ll publish the answer via video/audio/text or however seems best! Your question can be about anything surrounding the WordPress ecosystem: development, business, design, project management, …
Whether you own an online shop, a brick and mortar business, or an agency that advertises online, a portfolio can be a highly effective in attracting clients and customers. The portfolio is in fact, one of the most important advertising tools you can have at your disposal in the world of online marketing.
Google has been pushing a new concept called Accelerated Mobile Pages, in short AMP. This post explains what AMP is and aims to do, who should implement and why, how to get your WordPress site ready for AMP and how to make sure Yoast SEO integrates nicely with it.
When your keynote speaker doesn’t mind you bombarding her with “getting to know you” questions the day after an exciting, but exhausting, Wordcamp event – in this case, Miami – you know you’re in for a treat. Such was the case with Mika Epstein, better known as @Ipstenu across the Twitterverse.
tastefullyoffensive: ” by It’s the Tie ” BIG. ASS. LIZARDS.
Luke Underwood wrote in with an interesting question: What are the best practices for default styling? I guess there are three possibilities: Luke elaborates: Our office is split on the idea. In our base templates we currently have no styles being applied to tables by default.
Like many of you, I’m sure, I found an email from Mandrill App in my inbox today that explains them merging their service with the parent company MailChimp. I’d be fine with the merge in itself, I love MailChimp, but what I don’t like about this move is this section: Our billing and pricing model is also changing.
Do you want to launch a business website but not sure how to get started? Recently while attending an event, one of the users asked us what’s the advantage of using WordPress over a static HTML site.
At the beginning of the year, there was a trend to write “in review” posts. Rather than blog, I emailed a group of close friends with my thoughts on how we (BuddyPress) did. Now that a bit of time has passed, I’m posting it here verbatim: Hello friends, I hope you’re all having a good…
WordCamp Norway 2016 was held on February 20, 2016 in Oslo, Norway. We’re a growing community that’s passionate about WordPress and how we can use it to shape the web in Norway. Thanks again to everyone who helped make this possible and we hope you can join us in 2017!
Today, my team is sending an email to all Mandrill users about some changes our business is making in the coming weeks. I’ll explain the changes in detail below, but here’s a summary: Mandrill is becoming a transactional email add-on to paid MailChimp accounts instead of a completely separate product.
A new version of Atlas, designed to operate outdoors and inside buildings. It is specialized for mobile manipulation. It is electrically powered and hydraulically actuated. It uses sensors in its body and legs to balance and LIDAR and stereo sensors in its head to avoid obstacles, assess the terrain, help with navigation and manipulate objects.
Starbucks changed their loyalty program. You now have to spend $62.50 for a free drink. #fb
aws-ses-wp-mail – An AWS SES wp_mail() drop-in
WordPress 4.5 Beta 1 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend you run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new versio…
Postmark is the easiest and most reliable way to be sure your important transactional emails get to the inbox.
Minh Uong / The New York Times Ashlei Temeña’s family trip to Disneyland last Thanksgiving break turned into a nightmare when her smartphone battery hit empty. Ms. Temeña, a San Francisco support technician, had gotten separated from her family and realized she had no way to find anyone.
Three years ago, soon after the very first version of Easy Digital Downloads launched, we released our Recurring Payments extension. The extension quickly became one of the most popular and widely used of all the extensions in our catalogue. Today, I am excited to announce that the new Recurring Payments is here.
Today WordPress.com announced support for Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), Google’s open source project to improve the experience of the mobile web for publishers. When visitors arrive to a Wo…
“I don’t really need to worry about online privacy,” I used to think. “I’ve got nothing to hide. And who would want to know what I’m up to, anyway?” Sure, I’m a journalist, but I’m not an investigative reporter, not a political radical, not of much interest to anyone, really.
Hopefully you know that email remains, by far, the engine for online sales and lead generation of all types. And that means you need to offer exceptional value based on trust to be invited into someone’s primary inbox. We’re talking about that and a whole lot more in this week’s Unemployable.
An interactive viewer that helps designers test material design breakpoints across desktop, mobile, and tablet.
It’s official. I am headed to WooConf 2016 as the official master of ceremonies of the event. WooConf is all things WooCommerce and a way for you to master eCommerce. It’s 2 days of talks, workshops and networking with industry leaders, developers and agency folks.
WordPress has played a role in saving my life, extending it beyond where things were headed in 2006. Yeah, I’m looking back at a decade of WordPress and how it has impacted me and hundreds of people connected to me and you’re invited to ride along.
Millions of people worldwide let out a sigh of relief last weekend when Fox and Marvel’s Deadpool movie turned out to be exactly what we all hoped it would be. It was funny, it was irreverent, it was raunchy, it was violent, it was foul-mouthed, and it was exactly the movie fans of the character in the comics could have hoped for.
Google has some big plans when it comes to making the web faster on your mobile phone. The company just added AMP-enabled pages in its mobile search results…
For many, reading on the mobile web is a slow, clunky and frustrating experience – but it doesn’t have to be that way. The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project is an open source initiative that embodies the vision that publishers can create mobile optimized content once and have it load instantly everywhere.
Share short, looping clips of your gameplay without interuppting the action.
Learning is a process and for some, learning in-person from local experts is a preferred method. Whether students are looking for a quick jumpstart or a long-term coaching assignment, WordMentor connects students directly with the best local teachers! Completly free for students.
Is software merely a set of instructions, telling a computer what to do? Or is it a unique, creative work that expresses a point of view and is protected under the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution? The answers to these questions get to a key part of the legal fight between Apple Inc.
We’ve long had a way to subscribe to CSS-Tricks via email. You probably couldn’t really call it a “newsletter” though, as it just consumed the RSS feed and sent out newly published articles each week. Nothing wrong with that, but it isn’t nearly as fun a custom-written one.