Responsive images are fantastic, aren't they? The ability to deliver the most suitable image, both in terms of dimensions and file size, depending on the viewport (that is, the width of the browser) of any given device is one that I am very glad we have. But what about responsive background images? In my experience … Continue reading Responsive Background Images with WordPress
A long opinion piece focusing on the act of "pushing back" during web projects, where I make several key points on the subject, address some of the challenges involved and make my case for this essential practice.
Join me as I demonstrate how you can have a totally separate WordPress environment complete with WooCommerce within your VVV install.
A quick follow up post relating to my "Why Switching to WordPress Coding Standards Will Make You a Better Developer" talk.
In November 2014, I attended my first ever web development conference that would set me on a path which would change my life. This is my love letter to FrontEndNorth, a conference that I not only hold dear, but am co-organising for 2016.
One of the things I love about being a WordPress developer is the ongoing discovery of core functions that make my life easier, or empower me to implement more best practice in my code
A few thoughts ahead of WordCamp Europe 2016 in Vienna, my first WordCamp in mainland Europe!
One of my development goals for 2016 was to speak at two more WordCamps that I haven't previously spoken at. Another one of my goals was to give four brand new talks this year. Well, I have news!
After a recent major announcement from Microsoft regarding their legacy browsers, I share some thoughts on what this means for our industry and what else can be done to deal with their legacy.
Reflections on my own personal contributions to WordPress and its community that came about as a result of witnessing a very enlightening WordCamp talk.