I like CSS. It’s clean, (mostly) standards based and while not all browsers will agree on goofy features, some basics should just work. CSS3 Flexbox support should be on that list for current versions of browsers. Guess which browser doesn’t support “flex-direction: column”? Internet Explorer will not be updated by Microsoft for anything except security patches. The… Read more Internet Explorer. Oh, the pain. Make it stop.
I’m lazy and I like to try and figure out how to get the results I want without a lot of work. In the recent past I’ve uploaded featured images that were 1200 pixels wide and varying heights. I’m playing with a child theme of Twenty Sixteen and wanted to center crop the existing featured… Read more Center cropping featured images in CSS
Well, at least not for current WordPress child themes. I like child themes and always recommend that people use them instead of modifying any WordPress theme directly. Using a child theme makes your changes belong to you and they won’t get erased when the original theme gets updated. I’ve told people to use something like… Read more No more @import for me
Note to self: Using “Inspect Element” in Firefox and looking at the selector you can avoid styling everything except what’s broken specifically. (It was “.entry-format-badge.genericon” in case I forget.)
The guys over at Wired re-published their old review of The Phantom Menace but with a difference. Using CSS and duplicating the content they were able to apply a 3D effect. It’s readable if you have the glasses. And of course, I do have 3D glasses. Naturally, I tried to do the same just for… Read more Old content! Now in 3D!
For my home PCs I typically run the latest and greatest web browsers. I even run Internet Explorer 9 which is even not that bad™. Lately I’ve been vacillating between Firefox and Chrome. At my wife’s work they’re now using Internet Explorer 8. That’s an improvement, they’ve been on version 6 for years. This blog’s… Read more It’s not my fault, the wife uses Internet Explorer 8