It was a pleasant surprise to see this little notification pop up last week as its been 9 years since joining the WordPress community!
Just a quick note to share the news that yesterday was my first official day as a Happiness Engineer for Automattic. The awesome company behind WordPress, Jetpack, Akismet and a whole bunch of cool products. As many of you know, I've always been a huge fan of WordPress so after working at Sydney University for … Continue reading Howdy Automattic!
Based on a Dev Tips video I recently watched, "How To Make A Full Screen Video Background in HTML + CSS", I managed to get the background video to work with an overlay of text, except the vertical and horizontal scroll bars were appearing in Firefox (version 43.0.4). So for the purposes of this demo, … Continue reading How to add a background video using HTML5 and CSS
On my quest to becoming more organised and productive, I've read about how awesome it is to use Trello. Not just for team collaborations but for individuals. The use of card sorting and organising lists appealed to me so the next logical step was to think how I could best use Trello productively. Was it … Continue reading Organising with Trello
My latest blog post, "How To Harden Your WordPress Website For Better Security" was published by INKth.com last night. How To Harden A #Wordpress #Website For Better #Security https://t.co/G3gj8EzENS #InfoSec #WebTips via @AdelineYaw pic.twitter.com/uleKu1S3iQ— Hoi Sze Lam (@hoiszelam) January 5, 2016 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Thanks to Hoi-Sze Lam from INKth.com for the opportunity.
There are times when using z-index, it doesn't always appear to work the way we'd like to. So to define z-index, "it is the attribute that lets you adjust the order of the layering of objects when rendering content." - Mozilla Developer Network. According to Angelina Fabbro: CSS In Your Pocket - Mobile CSS Tips … Continue reading Quick Tip: z-index