WCEU Panel Discusses Progressive WordPress Themes, AMP, and Gutenberg

Progressive themes was a hot topic at WordCamp Europe 2018. During the event I had the opportunity to set up a panel with four experts who are working to integrate progressive web development practices more deeply in WordPress core, plugins, and themes. These practices make it possible for a website (more…)

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Top Things To Try With WordPress For The Adventurous Designer

WordPress has become so ubiquitous as a web hosting and designing platform, that it can be difficult to get your site to stand out from the masses. In such cases, spicing things up a bit by experimenting can lead to some great results, such as increased ad traffic. For now, it’s safe to say that as …
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Fitting Text to a Container

There are a number of ways to go about putting some text in a container and having it size itself to fill that container. There are different technologies we can use and different considerations to think about. Let us count the ways.

Magic Number it with viewport units

If you set type with vw (viewport width) units, you can find an exact number where the text pretty closely fits the container and doesn’t break as you resize. I’d call this …

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WPWeekly Episode 322 – WP Engine Acquires StudioPress

In this episode, John James Jacoby and I spend the first half of the show discussing WP Engine’s acquisition of StudioPress. We share reactions from social media, debate on whether it’s a good or bad thing for the WordPress ecosystem, and webhosts being at the top of the food chain. (more…)

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Drop It Plugin Brings Gifs and Unsplash Photos to Gutenberg

If you’re writing all your posts in the new Gutenberg editor but don’t want to give up convenient access to your fancy gifs and stock images, the new Drop It plugin has you covered. Riad Benguella, one of the engineers who is working on Gutenberg, created the plugin to offer (more…)

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