Ever wanted to get some information about a post’s featured image — such as the caption — out of WordPress to display on a theme template somewhere? We’ve got the solution.
The Heartbleed bug allowed eavesdroppers to get glimpses of just about anything a vulnerable server was handling. It’s a serious issue and you should know how it affects you and what you need to do.
Understanding name servers, DNS records, domain registrars and website hosting can be a challenge even for people who have worked on the Web for years, but a quick overview coupled with a cheesy metaphor may help.
When you’re redesigning your website, you can work very hard to make your page and folder titles clear, but you really can’t be sure that you’re not mired down in organization-specific lingo, acculturated meanings, and historic implications. Card sorting can help.
At this year’s annual Salsa Community Conference we presented to more than 100 people about the importance and “how to” of mobile coding in email, donations, and advocacy forms.
Without you, we never would have started Cornershop, and it never would have been as successful as we’ve been thus far. You make it not just possible, but worthwhile.
While CSS’s media queries are typically used in service of responsive design, we’ve identified another use for them: embeddable widgets that adapt to the space they’re placed in.
Wireframing is often neglected in the website development process, but it has a huge impact on a site’s success. It’s critical to understand what wireframes are and what role they play.