The Proposed WordPress Developer Code Of Honour Over at WPShout Fred Meyer has published a proposed Code Of Honour for WordPress developers. The article is address to developers of SME websites and is addressed to both developers and their clients. It addresses problems with SME website projects and puts forth a solution in the form […]
Speed Matters Users of the web have ever-increasing expectations. These days users expect content to be delivered swiftly and smoothly, and with as few obstacles as possible. A slowdown measurable in microseconds can affect conversion rates and thus the profitibility of your website. Google made speed an index ranking factor five years ago. Amazon discovered […]
Wherein I compare those things called “frontend frameworks” and hopefully bring Bourbon to the attention of more developers. Following is a light, comparative review of some frontend frameworks. I give a glimpse into the existing landscape. Context: Bootstraps Dominance Presently and for at least two years or so, the most popular “front-end framework” has been […]
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The Context Building a responsive site with wordpress. The Problem I have a loop that spits out posts. the site must be responsive. I must use markup to designate columns. However, simply taking the loop content and wrapping it in a div isn’t good enough. I need to intersperse the output of a loop with columnar […]