The the original Responsive Design article by Ethan Marcotte turns ten to-day. The article was published on May 10, 2010 at A List Apart. The article author Ethan recalls behind the development of “responsive design” and how it was developed in a 1oth Birthday post titled “Responsive web design turns ten“. A very interesting read!
In the article Ethan writes that he is writing other articles too in the series to commemorate the occasion.
To commemorate things, I’m working on a few blog entries that’ll be looking at different parts of responsive design: what’s changed in the last ten years, what hasn’t, and where the idea might be going next. Ethan Marcotte
An author, editor, member of the CSS Working Group Rachel Andrew has a post titled Writing technical articles: Defining your ideal reader in her blog site. It’s an inspiring posts from a accomplished writer & editor.
Rachel writes in her post “over the years I’ve absorbed a lot of information in terms of what works when writing tutorial content, and one thing I keep coming back to is that you need to know who the ideal reader of your piece is”.
Next time you start writing, or creating a presentation, or tutorial video, first consider the question who is this for? Answering that will make all the difference. Rachel Andrew
The Tavern blog writer Justin Tadlock has written a excellent post titled Block Patterns Will Change Everything explaining how this could a game changer. I his posts Justin explains Block patterns as “a block pattern is a group of blocks. Core WordPress, themes, and plugins will be able to register patterns with predefined settings attached […]
The year 2019 has come to end and the new year 2020 is beginning. Keeping my tradition of writing looking back year review post, its time to reflect on 2019 and set the goal for year 2020. Here are links to my previous year-end 2016, 2017 and 2018 review posts. As in previous years, in this […]
Its a bit tricky to style with Gutenberg blocks. It often does not work just by adding custom styles through styles.css in a child theme. The following two resources are very useful for customizing Gutenberg blocks. The WordPress theme team member Carolina Nymark has created a WordPress Block Styles sited with tutorials & guides to […]
The WordPress Gutenberg block editor, released as part of the WordPress 5.0 release, in the mist of controversy last year, is celebrating its first anniversary with the recent WordPress 5.3 release. The Block editor is being development as Gutenberg plugin and major developmental versions are released for testing & feed back. At the of writing […]
As scheduled,WordPress 5.3 “Kirk” was released on November 12 dubbed as “most refined user experience with the improved block editor in WordPress 5.3!”. This release comes exactly one after after the much controversial 5.0 release. 5.3 expands and refines the block editor with more intuitive interactions and improved accessibility. New features in the editor increase […]
Most of us choose a browser for use based on the ease of use, download pages or just use pre-installed default browser with our machine. Most browsers collect users data without revealing to their browser users. Among the browsers, Mozilla Firefox stands out putting “data privacy” as the primary focus the browser with an aim […]
In a post Defining Content – Block Areas by Automattic Engineer Matias Ventura recently outlined next phase of Gutenberg development. In the post Matias discussed about Gutenberg development beyond content area into full page editing phase.
The announcement of second phase of Gutenberg development has been both excitement (for end users) and worst fear (for developers & agencies). For agencies & developers, it could be The End of WordPress Themes is in Sight, threatening their main source of income & livelihood. For end users and other hobbyist, it is a rebirth of creativity which had become out of reach for them due to technological barriers and obstacles created by profit oriented WordPress developers/ agencies.Continue reading