Poll Results for Managing Styles with JavaScript

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In our last poll, we asked "What's your take on managing styles entirely in JavaScript?". This is a concept we wrote about in depth here and recently talked about in a panel on ShopTalk. Over 23,000 people voted. See the Pen Crazy Pie Chart by Chris ... Read more
Poll Results for Managing Styles with JavaScript

It’s The Smashing Birthday Party, And You Are Invited (With Goodies!)

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  Exactly 9 years ago we published the very first article on this very website. Many things changed since then, but one thing remained the same: our obsession for publishing valuable, practical quality content. We proudly stand behind our wor... Read more
It’s The Smashing Birthday Party, And You Are Invited (With Goodies!)

The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Adding Coupons—General Settings Part 1

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In the previous article I gave an overview of how you can manage and track all of your coupons in WooCommerce. Today we will explore the process of adding a new coupon. I will explain how you will add a new coupon and will configure various settings th... Read more
The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Adding Coupons—General Settings Part 1

How to Write Modular Code with Angular UI-Router & Named Views

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One of the most important concepts in web development is writing clean, modular code. This is especially relevant when working as part of a team on highly complex applications. The Angular framework was built to create high-level applications, which ca... Read more
How to Write Modular Code with Angular UI-Router & Named Views

How to Make a Useful Toggl Time Tracker with Particle and Node

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I have recently been tracking my time on projects more closely throughout the day. It is useful to see which projects take up more time than others and helps me measure which days I'm most productive (and what is distracting me!). My service of choice ... Read more
How to Make a Useful Toggl Time Tracker with Particle and Node

The anatomy of responsive images

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Because sometimes looking at code with arrows that point to each little bit and explain what it does is the best way to understand. If you're new to responsive images, you can poke around here for a bunch more information including some videos. Direct... Read more
The anatomy of responsive images