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  • Things I've Learnt from 12 Devs of Xmas 2016

    The fifth series of articles for the 12 Devs of Xmas has drawn to a close, and what a great series it was too! I’m always making notes and picking up tips when I read the articles daily so instead of keeping them to myself, I thought I’d share what I’ve enjoyed from each article here.

  • Getting to grips with matchMedia

    Media Queries are one of my favourite modern web features. The ability to adjust the look and feel of a page based on the device viewing it. CSS3 makes it easy but what if we wanted to do the same with JS?

  • 12 Devs Returns

    Adam & I have decided to bring back the 12 Devs Christmas Articles. It’s going to be freaking awesome!

  • Adventures with :fullscreen

    On a recent front end build, I learnt that you could attach styles to full screen elements using the pseudo element :fullscreen.

  • Automating Recurring Event Dates with PHP

    I’m developing my skill set and picking up some basic PHP. Here’s some code that will hopefully make my life easier!

  • Empty WordPress Content

    Hiding the_content on WordPress posts that doesn’t have any content.

  • Clear Feedback

    Where I rant about clients providing unclear and difficult feedback and how it wastes time. </rant>

  • Give & Tell Challenge

    Lets spare a little change for a good cause huh?

  • Dynamic Background Images with WordPress

  • Moving to Perch

    For almost 6 years now, I’ve been using Textpattern to power my personal blog and website. It’s been great to use and I still have a fondness for Textpattern as it’s an excellent CMS, however after many updates and tweaks which I’ve made over the years, I’ve somehow broken things and it doesn’t work as well as it should.

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