Recently some things have transpired in the social media sphere that have prompted a healthy chunk of us to look for new digital “3rd places” to haunt with one another. All debates around how worthwhile spending time on social media actually is aside, the WordPress community has quickly coalesced around Matthias Pfefferle‘s ActivityPub plugin and […]
Block styles are currently all the rage. What are they and why should you use them? I don’t know… have a look at some of the resources below, though👇
It’s not uncommon to see folks on Twitter these days inquiring about the best continuing education on WordPress, particularly for Full Site Editing. Here’s a small collection of the best resources out there right now. TL;DR FullSiteEditing.com Carolina Nymark without a doubt was one of the first people – if not THE first person – to create […]
Ephemera Best Practices for Fonts Gap properties Logoipsum (h/t @briangardner) The Art of Doing Lucide Icon Font Be the Browser’s Mentor Not Its Micromanager Let’s Talk About Web Components Everything Developers Must Know About Figma Do you really understand CSS radial-gradients?
Have you ever wanted to hear Tom Finley just talk about the regular WordPress stuff? Probably not — and I wouldn’t blame you – contrary to popular belief I’m actually not *that* fond of my own voice.
Variable fonts are by turns really fun and really difficult to wrap one’s head around when it comes to using them on the web. Variable fonts are incredibly useful when designed and optimized to be contained in a single, compact file because they give you a broad typographical palette to work from with significantly smaller […]
Aino Themes from Elma Studio One of the cooler WP FSE themes currently out there that I’ve recently comes across is Aino Blocks. Hat tip to the inimitable Nick Diego, who himself continues to be a force in the WordPress sphere. Aino is from Elma Studio and employs some serious Gutenberg magic to ensure you’re […]
Have you ever wondered what these fancy things are called?☝️ There’s a pretty big deficit around a common naming convention, but most people are calling them “social banners”, “social sharing images”, “Open Graph images”, or some variation of the three. Social banners are certainly not uncommon these days, especially if you’re a frequent visitor of […]