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Building a website used to be a complex exercise only professionals could do, but the situation changed. In this article, Nick reviews the Visual Composer Website Builder tool that helps simplify the process of page building in WordPress.
Have you ever considered whether CSS Grid can actually replace the need for CSS frameworks or third-party component libraries? In doing so, Rachel Andrew discovered a range of reasons people use a third-party framework and the positive and negative …
In this tutorial, we’ll program three-dimensional objects and add simple interactions to these objects. Additionally, you can learn how to build a simple message passing system between clients and servers.
By creating understandable and tangible visuals, companies will decrease interdepartmental miscommunications and increase overall productivity. This article is for anyone who wants to develop a product and improve internal communication.
Animated GIFs are popular on the web for good reason. They provide more engagement than an ordinary image, while remaining more digestible compared to a typical video. However GIFs are a terrible format for storing video and are often huge in size …
Better estimates and pricing, applying psychology to UX, design workflow, refactoring, moving to a static site setup, CSS Grid techniques, performance and deployment patterns for HTTP/2.Explore all speakers and topics →
Zach Leatherman shares a walk-through demonstrating different methods to improve the font loading of the default theme on wordpress.com.
Squoosh makes images smaller using best-in-class codecs, right in the browser. Supported image formats include JPEG, GIF, SVG, WebP, and more.
Both please! Scott Jehl shows how to use the new caches API and service workers to avoid a longstanding drawback of inlining files.
“An idea shared is more powerful than one that’s hidden. A technology standard outperforms a proprietary one. A community is stronger than divided individuals ever could be.” Seth Godin wrote a short but meaningful post on the network effect.
“CSS can prove to be a substantial bottleneck on the network. Let’s see how we can mitigate it, thus shortening the Critical Path and reducing our time to Start Render.” Harry Roberts takes a closer look at CSS and network performance.