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Tag: CSS

  • Heartbeat


    My blog now has a heartbeat — I it! For those that are interested in the technical details, read on. The rest of you can stop right here. tl;dr. In the header and footer, the graphic is a background SVG with embedded CSS scaling the heart element. The standalone hearts also are an SVG, this…

  • Clean Archives Reloaded in Twenty Sixteen

    Clean Archives Reloaded is a great archives plugin for those of us who have used WordPress for a long time. I use it on my archives page because it can display a lot of post titles without overwhelming the reader. Twenty Sixteen is the default WordPress theme for WordPress version 4.4. I’m using Twenty Sixteen…

  • Extended CSS

    I discovered a few tools for extending CSS while reading the comments to Different Ways to Format CSS on CSS Tricks: LESS — “LESS extends CSS with: variables, mixins, operations and nested rules. Best of all, LESS uses existing CSS syntax. This means you can rename your current .css files to .less and they’ll just…

  • Giving Credit Where Credit’s Due

    Mike Davidson describes his design signature in a recent post. I realized then how much I like his link styling. Bold font weight Dotted underline that becomes solid when hovered over Gray text for visited links Mike, I hope you consider this flattery instead of theft.

  • CSS-Free for Annual Naked Day is turning off its styling for April 9, 2008. To learn why, visit the Annual Naked Day website. Stripping courtesy of Aja’s CSS Naked Day plugin for WordPress blogs.

  • Web Cheat Sheets

    Lorelle maintains links to cheat sheets on HTML/XHTML, CSS, PHP, SQL, ASCII, and other acronymed topics. Incredibly useful! Hat tip: WP Bits.