If you’re looking for some great resources to come up with awesome typeface combinations in a hurry, head over to my article on SitePoint:
Curious to learn more about what you can do with CSS and SVG masks?
Head over to my latest article for SitePoint:
If you’re a web designer or developer who’s wondering about the difference between SVG and HTML5 Canvas and which technology is better for which kind of projects, then my latest article for SitePoint is a great place to start:
If you’re curious about how to implement Material Design in a real HTML theme, head over to my latest article for SitePoint:
If you thought CSS is only good for making a website look pretty, think again.
@supports rule, CSS can now query the browser about what it can and can’t support.
If you’re interested to know more, here’s my latest post on SitePoint to show you exactly that:
There’s one practical, fun way of becoming a better WordPress theme developer and WordPress.org theme reviewer at the same time. Have you heard of the doingitwrong theme?
It’s a theme where anything you shouldn’t do in a theme gets done. The WordPress.org theme review team has made it available as a learning resource: doing it wrong teaches you how to do it right.
You can learn more on how to use the doingitwrong theme on my latest article for SitePoint.
If you have a responsive website for your business, that’s great! But, if you’re curious to know how to take full advantage of its power to better serve your customers, here’s my latest article on HowToGetOnline.guru:
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If you’re curious to know more about how to format and display text on the web using CSS, don’t miss my latest article on SitePoint:
I think the Gallery component in WordPress is quite cool. It’s a pity that if you link the gallery image to the image file, the browser displays the image file on its own page and you’re left without any other way of going back to the website except for clicking the back button. This is far from ideal.
Users will have a much better experience if, by clicking on the image, this pops up with a fancy lightbox effect without leaving the gallery page.
In this post I wrote for SitePoint, I show you how to add a lightbox effect by integrating jQuery Colorbox with the WordPress Gallery from inside your theme. All this without bloating your website’s code with one more WordPress plugin: