If you’re a designer who wants to work in a code editor rather than a WYSIWYG application like Dreamweaver or Macaw, you’ll want to give Brackets a try. I’m more… Read More
WordPress 4.0 has arrived! I’m glad to see the focus was on UX in this release. Although some developers were hoping for a more feature-rich release, I think putting the… Read More
WordPress 3.9 offers some fantastic enhancements to the visual editor. Most notably, images can be dragged directly into the editor while you’re working on a post or page, Galleries now… Read More
While working through a code rework on an old site last week, I remembered a few CSS tricks I hadn’t had to use for a while. I thought I’d post… Read More
When you install a WordPress blog on your own server, you can install plugins to enhance the functionality and improve security. These are some of my favorites: Maintenance Mode –… Read More
If you’re not familiar with Open Source, read this overview at the Open Source Initiative, http://www.opensource.org/. In a nutshell, Open Source is a development method that allows for collaboration among… Read More
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