One of my favorite things about the new admin theme that shipped with WordPress 3.8 is the new Dashicons icon font. It brings a sense of standard and uniformity to […]
When I first began using Grunt, I loaded my plugins by calling grunt.loadNpmTask() manually. While this is fine when working with a few Grunt plugins, as you install more, it can […]
Released just now was Code Snippets 1.9, bringing a whole bunch of fixes, optimizations and subtle improvements. I hope you’ll enjoy discovering the changes yourself, but if you want to […]
When you install Sublime Text on Windows, you are given an option to add an “Open with Sublime Text” shortcut to the right-click context menu. It allows you to right-click […]
I’ve recently started using /* and */ for single line comments instead of using //. I’m still using the latter style for comments that are attached to the end of […]
Sven Hofmann has a great post about the new SVG icon font ‘dashicons’ that will be part of the new MP6 WordPress admin interface. He talks about the icons included […]
A WordPress starter theme that leverages the power of Hybrid Core, Sass with Compass, and Grunt.
Post Status is a community-powered WordPress news site run by Brian Krogsgard. They’ve recently undergone a redesign, and the site looks nice and clean and fresh.
Available immediately is Code Snippets version 1.8. This release greatly improves code quality, and fixes quite a few small bugs and adds minor enhancements. It also removes the restriction of […]
Jonathan Neal has a pretty complete guide to implementing a favicon in your site. You may think know it already, but it’s changed a lot over the years, and it’s […]