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HTML & CSS
Kalpesh Singh, Jul 05

Building Mega Menus with Flexbox

Kalpesh Singh uses Flexbox features to build a mega drop-down navigation menu, a well known design feature that many incorporate into large websites.
5 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Edwin Reynoso, Jul 04

Introduction to date-fns - a Lightweight JavaScript Date Library

Edwin Reynoso introduces you to date-fns, a simple, functional alternative to Moment.js. With 130+ functions for all occasions, it's like Lodash for dates.
WordPress
Adrian Try, Jul 04

6 of the Best Markdown Plugins for WordPress

If you want to work with Markdown within WordPress, you'll need a plugin. In this article, Adrian Try rounds up six of the best.
5 COMMENTs
Web
Abhimanyu Godara, Jul 04

Chat Bots and the Future of Web Development

Frameworks, NLP and conversational UX will be key in the paradigm shift towards AI, messaging and chatbots. What can developers and designers do to keep up?
1 COMMENT
Web
Jeff Smith, Jul 04

Why Net Neutrality Matters to Web Professionals

Have you heard of net neutrality? Do you know why it should matter to you, not only as a web citizen and consumer, but also as a web professional?
Design & UX
Ivaylo Gerchev, Jul 04

How to Optimize and Export SVGs in Adobe Illustrator

SVG is a powerful format but you need to make good decisions to get great results. Ivalyo walks you through exporting SVG in Adobe Illustrator.
1 COMMENT
Design & UX
Ivaylo Gerchev, Jul 04

SVG 101: What is SVG? (and what is it actually good for?)

Most of us have heard of it, but what is SVG and precisely makes it different from pixel graphics? And is there any reason you should care?
7 COMMENTs
WordPress
Adrian Try, Jul 03

How Writers & Bloggers Can Make the Most of Markdown in WordPress

Markdown promises to make your writing quicker and simpler. In this post, Adrian Try shows you how to make the most of Markdown in WordPress.
WordPress
Adrian Try, Jul 03

4 Simple Ways to Add Audio to Your WordPress Site

Need to include audio in your website? WordPress makes it easy. In this walk-through, Adrian Try shows you four methods to add a playlist to your site.
49 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Craig Buckler, Jul 03

Should Users be Permitted to Disable JavaScript?

Craig Buckler takes a renewed look at why, in 2017, some users might disable JavaScript and asks if progressive enhancement is still worth the effort.
6 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Jul 03

Which Browsers Should Your Website Support?

How do you choose a set of applications from an ever-changing landscape of devices, operating systems and browsers? Craig discusses pragmatic options.
Web
Craig Buckler, Jul 03

How to Get Started with Your Website Content Security Policy

Your website is open to attack from a range of third-party components. Fortunately, you can restrict their activities with a robust Content Security Policy.
1 COMMENT
HTML & CSS
Alok Shah, Jun 30

Introducing Website Speed Test: An Image Analysis Tool

Learn about Cloudinary's new Website Speed Test, an image analysis tool that's integrated with WebPagetest.
23 COMMENTs
PHP
Younes Rafie, Jun 30

8 Must Have PHP Quality Assurance Tools

Take a look at this list of 8 PHP Quality Assurance tools - absolute essentials in your passion projects
12 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Brandon Morelli, Jun 29

Back to Basics: What are Callbacks in JavaScript?

Join Brandon Morelli to learn and understand the basics of callbacks in JavaScript, when they're useful and how to use them.
Entrepreneur
Paul Maplesden, Jun 29

​Easily Set Up, Manage, and Protect Your Apple Devices with Jamf Now

Paul Maplesden looks at Jamf Now, a tool that helps you configure, manage and secure all of your Apple Macs, iPhones and iPads.
WordPress
Abbas Suterwala, Jun 29

Internationalization for Your WordPress Theme

Are you creating a WordPress theme that you'd like to appeal to the widest possible audience? Learn how to add internationalization to your WordPress theme!
1 COMMENT
Design & UX
Alex Walker, Jun 29

Podcast: Google Ventures on When Design Sprints Go Bad

Lots of companies talk about 'design sprints', but are we all talking about the same thing? Jake Knapp – the man who documented it – has some ideas on that.
35 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Ivan Jovanovic, Jun 28

Why I'm Switching from React to Cycle.js

Ivan Jovanovic introduces the basic concepts of reactive programming and explains why he's ditching React for Cycle.js, a functional reactive JS framework.
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Jun 28

​An Introduction to Component IO

Craig Buckler takes a look at Component IO, which provides content management for individual pieces of your website.
7 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Maria Antonietta Perna, Jun 28

GreenSock for Beginners: a Web Animation Tutorial (Part 1)

Maria Antonietta Perna introduces GreenSock in a multi-part article for the Beyond CSS: Dynamic DOM Animation Libraries series. Ready for some cool effects?
2 COMMENTs
WordPress
David Attard, Jun 28

4 Reasons to Use a CDN for WordPress

Are you working on making your WordPress site more secure, more efficient, and more optimized? Take a look at these 4 reasons to use a CDN for WordPress.
4 COMMENTs
PHP
Bert Ramakers, Jun 28

Poka Yoke - Saving Projects with Hyper-Defensive Programming

Bert introduces us to the concept of poka yoke - hyper defensive programming by forcing some checks and safeguards that make our code robust and sturdy.
14 COMMENTs
Design & UX
Daniel Schwarz, Jun 28

Fonts and Colors Used by Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and More

A cheatsheet of the fonts and colors used by Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Messenger, Snapchat, Instagram and Pinterest, with links to brand asset info.