Evan put a nice piece together that encompasses all of the fundamental items required to ensure you’re not being lazy when setting up self-hosted WordPress CMS. You can find his article “WordPress Security Fundamentals: How to Not Get Hacked”here.
We love Flexbox and can’t wait for all the browsers to support Grid CSS and Flex. Source: Visual CSS flexbox builder | Webflow
This article provides some great evidence based advice for designers to consider when placing the logo “somewhere else” other than where everyone expects it to be – Don’t do it! more people than ever have learned to click on the logo to go to the homepage View the original articel: Best Practices for Homepage Links […]
Always Escape the html!!! With WordPress, use the wp_kses function and list the allowed tags.
Forms on the web don’t usually play nice with bad connections. If you try to submit a form while offline, you’ll most likely just lose your input. Here’s how we might fix that. TL;DR: Here’s the CodePen Demo of this post. With the introduction of Service Workers, developers are now able to supply experiences on the web […]
WordPress powers one in every four websites you visit online. Huge, right? It’s safe to say WordPress is no longer just a blogging tool – it’s by far the most popular content management system online and we’ve got the numbers to back it up. If you’ve ever had trouble convincing clients WordPress isn’t just for […]
A few years back we worked so hard to get that little bubble next to the social media outlet icon on our sites so we could have some proof that a piece of content was deemed valuable by a social community and now Twitter has removed it! As the Web Designer Depot reported Twitter has […]
Krista Seiden posted a great article on testing, optimization and how it relates to company culture over at online-behavior.com: Building a Culture of Optimization is a very important topic and something our industry as a whole is still in the process of nailing down – most organizations I see haven’t yet reach maturity here. I’ve […]
Adometry by Google is the attribution focused business in their analytics offering and they provide great insight and tools to implement cross channel marketing attribution. Not all businesses are in the place to be able to take advantage of data-driven attribution and most businesses are not in a place to allocate budget to a tool to […]
Google Analytics has finally enhanced their service to include calculated metrics! For users of the free Google Analytics service you can setup 5 calculations per view and 50 for the premium service. Calculated metrics allow you to perform basic calculations using various metrics in your reports. Typically you would export the data in a csv […]