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Wolfie Christl Dec 8
Facebook adds 5 divs, 9 spans and 30 css classes to every single post in the timeline to make it more difficult to identify and block 'Sponsored' posts, oh my.
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Joe Hart Nov 30
Life Fact: Better to make $10 on your own than $100 working for someone else.
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Merlin WP 🧙‍♂️ Nov 28
Merlin WP 1.0 is finally here.
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Glen Arrowsmith Nov 21
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Ross Hudgens Nov 13
Google just launched an awesome image optimization tool called Squoosh: Should make resizing images while retaining image quality a breeze.
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EJ Nov 5
How to be successful: -Set your alarm to wake up at 5:00AM & tweet “Rise & Grind” then go back to sleep -Post black & white motivational quotes from dead people -Say you’re “in the lab” but really go play videos games -Tweet “while you sleep, I grind” then go back to sleep
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Brad Williams Nov 1
Optimize those SVGs before using them:
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Brad Williams Oct 31
Replying to @PaulMDomenick
Marcus Aurelius 🙌🏽
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Programming Wisdom Oct 28
"The key to efficient development is to make interesting new mistakes." – Tom Love
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Chris Coyier Oct 21
Took me too long to do this. When developing a WordPress site, it's likely you'll have a functionality plugin that goes with it. Put a symlink to that folder in the active theme folder, so when developing, you'll have access to both in your code editor.
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Geraldine Oct 15
Dear LinkedIn, I am never, ever, ever going to congratulate someone on their work anniversary. Ever. Sincerely, Me
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Programming Wisdom Oct 16
You might not think that programmers are artists, but programming is an extremely creative profession. It's logic-based creativity.” - John Romero
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Robert Greene Oct 3
I'm excited to announce my latest book: The Laws of Human Nature. There are exclusive bonuses available for anyone who orders the book before October 23rd Learn more:
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Brad Williams Sep 28
Utility-first CSS framework:
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Brad Williams Sep 27
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Brian Bourn Sep 19
"Use a pre-built theme to save time & not re-write half the code" is the biggest WordPress lie you can tell yourself.
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Frosty_Da_Prosty Sep 18
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John-Henry Scherck Sep 7
Most agency owners wont like this thread. Was recently talking technical SEO with a client, and they asked, "where did you learn this stuff?" I told them, "I spent ~6 years working in agencies, and agencies are, more or less, the modern equivalent of technical trade schools."
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Hacker News Sep 4
This is not a test: Google Optimize now free – for everyone
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Matt Stauffer Sep 4
After some code review talking about “Logout” vs “Log out” I realized I’ve always just had to go w/my gut, but never had a strong rule for “Login”, “Logout”, “Signup”, and other often-buttoned-compound words. But no longer! Short answer: in UI elements, use 2 words almost always
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