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
After a long absence of no blog posts on this website, I'm back. Here is the main reason... Joel is an adorable excuse! in a non-biased way of course. So after much thought, I've decided that I want to focus on writing more about WordPress and general web development. As well as experimentation with using … Continue reading 2015
I'm attempting to compile a comprehensive list of how developers and front-end engineers structure their CSS using the SMACSS (Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS) approach. What is SMACSS? "SMACSS stands for Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS, and is more a style guide than a CSS framework. On a high level SMACSS aims at … Continue reading CSS Architecture
So why am I contemplating using Thoughtbot products when Bootstrap is so popular and much widely used in the web community? Bourbon - "A simple and lightweight mixin library for Sass." Neat - "A lightweight semantic grid framework for Sass and Bourbon." Bitters - "Scaffold styles, variables and structure for Bourbon projects." Refills - "…prepackaged … Continue reading Using Bourbon, Neat, Bitters & Refills
I really wanted to point out the reasons why web developers should start using Sass and I came across the Clean out your Sass junk drawer slides by Dale Sande. It shows just how much the thought process of well structured CSS has changed over the years. So if you still work with fellow front-end … Continue reading Start using Sass