HSL() / HSLa() is great for programmatic color control

If you ever need to hand-manipulate a color in native CSS, HSL is pretty much the only way. HSL (the hsl() and hsla() functions in CSS) stands for hue, saturation, lightness, and optionally, alpha. We’ve talked about it before but we can break it down a little more and do some interesting things with it.

  • Hue: Think of a color wheel. Around 0o and 360o are reds. 120o is where greens are and 240o are blues.

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Using Influencer Content to Boost WordPress Conversions

Influencer marketing is one of the most popular and highly effective forms of modern-day marketing and is used by businesses of all sizes around the world. However, when it comes to your WordPress website, you may be wondering just how people have been using influencer marketing to actually make sales. Of course, an influencer can …
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The State of Changing Gradients with CSS Transitions and Animations

Back in 2012, Internet Explorer 10 came out and, among other things, it finally supported CSS gradients and, in addition to that, the ability to animate them with just CSS! No other browser supported this at the time, but I was hopeful for the future.

Sadly, six years have passed and nothing has changed in this department. Edge supports animating gradients with CSS, just like IE 10 did back then, but no other browser has added support for this. And …

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Community Spotlight: James Huff (MacManX)

Providing support on the WordPress.org forums is one of the easiest ways to contribute to WordPress and those who do are some of the unsung heroes of the project. One of those heroes is James Huff known as MacManX on the forums. Huff has been supporting users for 13 years (more…)

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WPWeekly Episode 318 – Happy 15th Birthday WordPress 0.70

In this episode, John James Jacoby and I look back at 15 years of WordPress. We discuss the journey so far and where we think the project is going. Hint, it involves JavaScript. We also do a bit of self-reflection on how WordPress fits into our lives and where we (more…)

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