EI Calc() inside Translate Not Working

November 20, 2015

Ran into an infamous Internet Explorer bug today. Calc() does not work within the CSS of Translate: transform: translateX(Calc(100% – 244px); The fix: Apply multiple translateX values within one transformation. transform: translateX(100%) translateX(-244px);

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Is WordPress Still Secure?

November 16, 2015

With over 25% of the world’s websites now running on WordPress, it’s easy to say that it is by far the most popular content management system found online. Being free and open source makes it an effective solution for most webmaster. However with this sort of popularity it also brings in a whole new wave […]

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3 Simple SEO Tips

October 14, 2015

SEO – or search engine optimization – isn’t difficult, however it does involve a lengthy process of both on-page SEO and off-page SEO that you need to continuously be monitoring. Follow these five quick and simple SEO tips and you will have a good start on your road to SEO optimization. 1. Optimize Your Title […]

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WordPress Broken Page Links

September 26, 2015

Stumbling across links that should be going to custom post types, or pages, or categories that are just ending up at 404 error pages? A great first solution is to try resetting your permalink structure. When you hit “save changes” in the admin panel, it will rebuild the URL structure. This solution often helps resolve […]

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Rant against Responsive Websites

April 15, 2015

Lately I’ve been inundated with individuals proclaiming they need a responsive website, without considering any other technicalities and consequences. Hopefully I can give light as to why not building a proper responsive website will hinder more than it will help. Responsive Design: Responsive design came about to increase the user experience. Simple. Are we achieving this in the […]

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Reliable Backup Solution

January 5, 2015

There is no question – the worst thing that can happen to a developer is having your entire computer crash and you loose all of your data. It will happen at least once. Maybe it’s just that one important file you really needed and accidentally overwrote it. Whatever the case, hopefully I can help you […]

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Article vs Section HTML5

October 23, 2014

I’m hoping to shed a little light with article vs section tags in the HTML5 syntax: To start out, the <article> can be used when: You have content that can be displayed independently and make sense. Next, we can begin to think of the <section> tag being used when: You have related content blocks or want to split a […]

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Yosemite Full Screen Button

October 20, 2014

If you have already updated to the latest OS X Yosemite, you might have noticed that the “fit to content” green button is now “fullscreen“. The old functionality still exist, it’s just hiding: Hold Option and click the green button for the old “fit to content” style. On a sitenote, if you haven’t already downloaded BetterSnap […]

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Current Setup/Workflow

October 19, 2014

Unfortunately, I have yet to find a perfect setup and workflow, but what I do have seems to be working for the time being so I thought I would share. Hardware: 2013 27″ iMac, 16GB RAM, 1TB HD, Fusion Drive 2 x 24″ el’cheapo monitors Das Keyboard Yeti Mic (awesome now that you can make […]

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