They can cut all the flowers, they will never stop the spring. (Graffiti, Sofia/BG)
Sticky posts in WordPress are great to visually expose featured content in a theme. By default, WordPress shows posts marked as sticky at the top of the loop applying sticky as a special CSS class to post classes. Later on down the loop, they would show up again, in their natural position and without the… Read more Sticky posts query, removed from loop
When Twitter Bootstrap first came out, I rewrote the compiled CSS to better reflect how I would author it by hand and to compare the file sizes. After minifying both files, the hand-crafted CSS was about 10% smaller than the pre-processor output. But when both files were also gzipped, the pre-processor output was about 5%… Read more Minified file sizes don’t tell the whole story
Simon Dickson from Code For The People very kindly had referred me as an interviewee for Troy Dean’s WP Elevation podcast lately. Today the show has been published.