Best Practices for Responsive HTML Emails, a Guide

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Best Practices for Responsive HTML Emails, a Guide

Caleb Szydlo • September 18, 2017

So you’re thinking of coding a responsive email? Good for you, fortune favors the bold! Before you start though, let’s take a moment to investigate the do’s and don’t’s of responsive email. Take a look below to see…

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Wordpress

How can I use the WP-CLI in my WordPress Workflow?

Loren Wright • September 12, 2017

If you have been in the WordPress community for any length of time, you surely have heard of the WP-CLI. If you have not heard of the WP-CLI, it is essentially a set of command line tools…

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Uncategorized

Why doesn’t my javascript click event work on iOS/iPhone?

Buttons Kavanagh • September 11, 2017

The overwhelming majority of browsers out there support event delegation for the click event, however, iOS does not. But, there is a way around this lack of support. Event delegation will work if the target of…

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jQuery / Javascript

Can I Make Google Maps Match the Color Scheme of My Site?

Brent Reno • September 8, 2017

It’s great having google maps embedded on a site, but sometimes the default color scheme just doesn’t look great with everything else going on. For the purpose of this, let’s assume the API key is already…

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Drupal

I lost my Drupal password, how do I get access again?

Biz Cook • August 17, 2017

Let’s pretend you don’t have access to the email for the main Admin user for a Drupal site. But, you DO have ssh access. To create a temporary password follow these steps to regain access to…

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jQuery / Javascript

Uncaught TypeError: .sort is not a function ?!

Sarah Berg • August 16, 2017

So i’ve done some ajax calls and wanted to sort my results and ran into the error: Uncaught TypeError: resultData.sort is not a function This is because the returned data is an object and jQuery’s sort…

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CSS

Can type scale fluidly with screen size?

Mike Wang • August 8, 2017

What is fluid type? Type design on the web can be separated into two categories: static and responsive.  Static type ignores the dimensions of its screen; its characteristics are independent of it.  Responsive type responds to…

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Accessibility

Why is accessibility important in your development practices?

Ashley Wright •

Last weekend I attended WordCamp Minneapolis / St.Paul with some of my coworkers. One of the presentations I went to was called “Why A11y?” presented by local website accessibility expert Joe Dolson. In his talk Joe went…

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CSS

How to Fake a Half-Width Responsive Background Image

Laurel Johnson • August 1, 2017

I recently ran into a design that had needed background images on half-width columns but that also needed to cover the margins going all that way to the edge of the screen (i.e. outside of the…

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