In late July I did a talk at WordCamp Vancouver about responsive images and the new flex box display mode in CSS. Above is the video from the talk, posted on WordPress.tv, complete with crazy rants and me using the crowd as a live code debugger.
We’ve all seen them: Pictures of an array of hundreds of Android devices accompanied by some snide remark about how “Android Fragmentation” is making it impossible to build and test anything for the mobile web. I’m here to tell you that’s not true. You content doesn’t care about the size of the visiting browser. Neither should […]
Earlier today I did a live Hangout for lynda.com about WordPress 4.0 and WordPress in general. Check out the video above and go to the Hangouts page to join the conversation.
The white space displayed below image elements in HTML is often cause for confusion, but there is a logical explanation: Images are inline elements, and inline elements have descenders.
Attending a WordCamp may be the wisest decision anyone working with WordPress can make. I’m attending and speaking at several this year. See you there!
Over the past few weeks two major releases took place, and now it’s time to talk about them: First, the new free WordPress theme Simone announced my re-entry into the free WordPress theme space. If you’ve been following me for a while you know I’ve released free WordPress themes before and you may also know […]