WordCamp for Publishers Seeks Host City for 2019

WordCamp For Publishers’ distributed organizing team is looking for a new host city in 2019. The industry-focused camp gathers together professionals who use WordPress to manage publications. This year’s successful event hosted speakers who highlighted important topics, such as ethics in journalism, the open web, AMP, Gutenberg, and communication between (more…)
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Doc Pop’s News Drop: A chat with Josh Pollock about React, Gutenberg, and his WordPress predictions

Doc Pop’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. In this week’s News Drop we have an in-depth conversation with Josh Pollock about React, Gutenberg, and his predictions for WordPress. Josh is the founder/lead-developer …
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POSTing an Indeterminate Checkbox Value

There is a such thing as an indeterminate checkbox value. It’s a checkbox (<input type="checkbox">) that isn’t checked. Nor is it not checked. It’s indeterminate.

We can even select a checkbox in that state and style it with CSS!

Some curious points though:

  1. It’s only possible to set via JavaScript. There is no HTML attribute or value for it.
  2. It doesn’t POST (or GET or whatever else) or have a value. It’s like being unchecked.

So, …

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The Way We Talk About CSS

There’s a ton of very quotable stuff from Rachel Andrew’s latest post all about CSS and how we talk about it in the community:

CSS has been seen as this fragile language that we stumble around, trying things out and seeing what works. In particular for layout, rather than using the system as specified, we have so often exploited things about the language in order to achieve far more complex layouts than it was ever designed for. We had to, …

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Why Every Business Needs a WordPress Site

The Internet gives companies and individuals access to people they would not reach otherwise, even letting them reach out to people in different states and countries around the world. It also gives a sense of authority, whether you are an individual who is trying to build a portfolio or offering a service online or a …
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Styling the Gutenberg Columns Block

WordPress 5.0 is quickly approaching, and the new Gutenberg editor is coming with it. There’s been a lot of discussion in the WordPress community over what exactly that means for users, designers, and developers. And while Gutenberg is sure to improve the writing experience, it can cause a bit of a headache for developers who now need to ensure their plugins and themes are updated and compatible.

One of the clearest ways you can make sure your theme is …

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25+ Best Monogram Fonts

Creating a monogram is a popular design practice for logos, badges, signage, insignias, and signatures (it actually dates back to the early 350BC!). If you’re working on a monogram design, this collection of monogram fonts and typography is a helpful starting point! Many brands, products, and businesses still use monograms to craft unique logos that […]
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