You know what CSS is, but what is Sass? Well, buckle your seatbelt because you're about to get a quick Sass intro that'll knock your socks clean off. To start, Sass stands for Syntactically awesome style sheets (say that 3x fast!). The most … [Read more...] about Sass: An introduction to Syntactically awesome style sheets
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If you're a web developer, chances are you're always looking for ways to improve your workflow, ways to do things faster. If you work with a lot of CSS, you may have already embraced the greatness that is Sass (Syntactically awesome stylesheets), … [Read more...] about Quick Start Resources to Learn Sass
I recently posted some general tips and tricks for WordPress beginners on how to edit WordPress files. The discussion came up in the comments about workflow when it comes to setting up a fresh WordPress install or deploying to a site live. Below … [Read more...] about Deploying WordPress: What’s your Workflow?
Ever seen a WordPress theme demo with color options? Of course you have. You may not care about how that's done, in which case don't bother with the rest of this post and go enjoy these pictures instead. Still here? Color options on a theme demo … [Read more...] about Show Off Colors in Your Theme Demo by Using the Body Class and a Querystring
Confession: Since I started learning CSS and better understanding what it means to properly style content, I've left HTML tables in the dust. They're clunky reminders of my early web design days and signify everything that was wrong and ugly about my … [Read more...] about Add Bootstrap Table Styles to Your Theme