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What’s New in WooCommerce 3.3.1 (And What Even Happened with 3.3)?

When WooCommerce 3.3 was initially released on January 30, 2018, there were many reasons to get excited about the upgrades that came with it....

The Red Reveal: Illusions on the Web

In part one of a series of posts about optical illusions on the web, Dan Wilson looks at how to create the “Red Reveal”...

My Talk Writing Process

Some people have a talk preparation process that is super organized and runs like a well-oiled machine. Mine, on the other hand, is a...
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Get the Most Out of Defender and Maximize WordPress Security

Anyone who owns, builds, manages, or hosts WordPress sites should be obsessed with security. It’s not that WordPress isn’t a safe platform to build...
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Shipping system fonts to GitHub.com

System font stacks got hot about a year ago, no doubt influenced by Mark Otto’s work putting them live on GitHub. The why, to...

CSS Basics: Fallback Font Stacks for More Robust Web Typography

In CSS, you might see a ruleset like this: html { font-family: Lato, "Lucida Grande", Tahoma, Sans-Serif; } What the heck, right? Why don’t...
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The Ultimate Guide to WordPress Page Templates

One of the templates that I always include in any theme I code is the page.php file. This is the template that WordPress will...
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Your Sketch library is not a design system redux

I really like this post by Brad Frost about what is and isn’t a design system, particularly when he de-emphasizes the importance of tools...

​Wix.com: Make the Web Your Playground

(This is a sponsored post .) Here’s something you should consider having: your own professional website. The only thing you’ll need to get started...

CSS Basics: Styling Links Like a Boss

The web was founded on links. The idea that we can click/tap a link and navigate from one web page to another is how...