CSS Grid is a new layout system in CSS. It allows you to take an element on the page and turn it into a “grid” of columns and rows. It’s not a replacement for Flexbox or floats, but an additional tool that works great in certain contexts.
“Can I use” is a wonderful service that shows browser support for specific CSS features globally and in specific countries. But you can also import your Google Analytics data to see the browser support for users of your website.
Improve the look and consistency of your paginated navigation links.
Display Posts Shortcode lets you query for posts without writing code. I show you how to make the results match your theme’s style.
A slow website is painful to use, less engaging to visitors, and hurts your search engine rankings. I’ll walk you through the tools I use to identify performance problems, and provide ten tips to improve your website’s performance
A quick walkthrough of how to use CSS Grid with standard CSS and SASS.
I walk you through how I set up a recipe site to dynamically illustrate which cut is used.
I recently joined Carrie Dils for an Office Hours discussion about workflows. Once the podcast is live I’ll include a link, but here’s a quick summary of what we discussed. Themes I have two starter themes: EA Starter, a heavily-modified, underscores-based theme; and EA Genesis Child, a Genesis child theme. Both are structured very similarly.…
I use SiteGround for most of my personal websites. I love it because I can create unlimited sites without any additional cost. I prefer to use git to deploy code rather than SFTP. I make my changes locally, and when I’m happy with it I push them with git push production master. SiteGround has git support…
Shared Counts lets you preserve your non-HTTPS share counts and provides backend tools for discovering your popular content. It’s built for performance using lean assets and smart caching.