Testing is paramount when building sites to ensure the user’s experience is consistent and of course — works. One of the tools in testers’ toolkit is Google Lighthouse. In this post, learn how to automate Google lighthouse results using Node.js.
Popular this month
Creating a WordPress plugin where you need to create templates that can be overridden by the theme? Learn how to build a template loading system similar to WooCommerce allowing you to do just that!
Jo Mor’s portfolio site is a super-slick, scrolling experience with lots of beautiful details.
Tired of those overly priced simple scripts on sites like CodeCanyon? Me too! I can understand why others that aren’t developers spend money on them, but if you’re a dev purchasing scripts like Social Traffic Pop or Facebook Traffic Pop, you’re throwing your money away. To help stay true to the open-source philosophy, here’s an … Read article
If you haven’t already guessed, I’m a huge fan of WordPress. Having worked with both Drupal and WP, hands down I’d pick WordPress over Drupal any day. Though WordPress is a powerful CMS, there are some limitations that I hate to say, Drupal makes a little easier to overcome. But, if you’re a developer like myself, those limitations can be tackled with a little coding.
No, this isn’t one of those bet I can guess your weight or age games you find at places like carnivals and Six Flags. I bet you I can guess your approximate address with HTML and reverse geocoding.
After three and a half adventure-filled years including a 195 mile move and a year in a trailer, I proposed. I had a grand plan for the proposal — instead it turned into a quaint camping trip, she still said yes!
Add a dark-mode / night-mode to your website in a few seconds! This library uses the css mix-blend-mode in order to bring Dark-mode to any of your websites. Just copy paste the snippet and you will get a widget to turn on and off the dark-mode. You can also use it without the widget programmatically.…
In the past four years there has been an explosion of new technologies in front-end development. We are inundated with new projects like Bower, Cucumber, Behat and KSS. It is a lot to take in. At the past two Drupalcons there have been sessions about this overload (Austin 2014, My Brain is Full: The state … Read article
If you haven’t already heard of rich snippets or incorporated them in your site, you’re lagging behind. These delicious little bits of code are like candy for search engines. Adding them to your site can help your SEO, boost your CTR, and enhance the appearance of your listings in search engines. Best of all, it’s a cinch to do. With just a little HTML knowledge and this guide, you’ll be on your way to catching up with the latest web trend—one that’s here to stay.
CSS generated content can have unintended side-consequences. As Andy Clarke discovered recently, data- attributes he used as a way to transfer content into CSS for visual purposes are not translated using built-in browser functionality.
Did you know you can easily implement so scary hacks using CSS, like key-logging? Check out this post by Aaron Powell about some of his favorite misdeeds in CSS.