The Foundation framework has overhauled its menu components into a single, powerful component. Simon looks at the different options available in Foundation 6.
Zurb's popular Foundation framework has been overhauled and improved. Simon Codrington looks at what's new and what features have been improved.
The CSS Scroll Snap Points spec is gaining more and more browser support and the standard has been refined. Simon breaks down the properties with examples.
Simon presents the Battery Status API, used for determining the battery levels of an end user's device and tailoring your app to optimize performance.
Simon Codrington demonstrates how to leverage the power of the Video API to build a multi-video slider, complete with progress bar and seeking functionality
Simon Codrington examines the different methods and properties associated with native Drag and Drop, which has increasingly better browser support.
In this tutorial, Simon Codrington takes a look at Object Orientated design and how you can use it in practical applications when developing for WordPress.
Simon Codrington explains how to use jQuery and CSS3 to add scroll-based animations to your site and thereby offer your users a more engaging experience.
Simon Codrington looks at techniques and advice on how to create menus in your website project that are optimized for usage on mobile devices.
In this article, Simon Codrington explores the jQuery Interactions libraries and shows you how to add dragable, dropable and sortable areas in your plugins.
We show you how to use Gravity Forms with the PayPal Payments Standard Add-On to create custom forms to handle payments on your WordPress website.
In this article, we show you how to create your own custom shortcodes for WordPress to allow users to add dynamic and complex functionality to their website.
This article will outline what you need to know about WordPress Administration Filters, including what's available via the posts administration screen.
This tutorial will outline how to extend the WordPress administration screens for your post types by customizing what columns of information are displayed.
While the standard WordPress taxonomies are fine, you may need additional ways to group content together in a logical manner. We show you how to do this.
This tutorial will help outline all that you need to know about WordPress taxonomies including a step-by-step process to create your own custom taxonomies.