This a great solution for freelancers, agencies, or anyone that needs to edit a website. In just minutes, you can hook it up to just about any site and start editing content inline.
Years ago I showed you how to force a file to download with PHP. Now with HTML5, you [almost] don’t have to do that anymore.
I stumbled across a tweet by Quincy Larson the other day and it’s been resonating in my mind ever since. Mostly because it’s something I tend to have a problem…Continue reading
Some thoughts I had after conversations with a friend who has a terrible manager. This isn’t nearly a comprehensive list, but it highlights many of the problems they were experiencing….Continue reading
Feedback is critical to an app’s success. How will you know what to fix or improve on if your users don’t tell you? It seems obvious, but here is something…Continue reading
When I stumbled across this post today, I was almost convinced that I had wrote it myself. Many of the points in it hit home, so I hope it helps…Continue reading
Panda is back! My favorite tool for compressing PNGs now has a JPEG version.
Back in 2012, I wrote an article called Down with the “Share” Widget. In it, I talked about why plastering social sharing buttons all over your website is completely ineffective. This morning, Smashing…Continue reading
Ever wished you could vertically center your Bootstrap modals? Here’s some code that will let you do just that.
So, in this day and age, we assume that every credible company has a website, right? Wrong, according to a survey by Google and research company Ipsos in 2013, 55%…Continue reading
Twitter is great for a number of reasons, but it’s best feature is that you can follow and connect with virtually anyone—and nobody will call you a “stalker”.