Drupal 8 Third Party Settings and Pseudo-Fields

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In the first installment of this series we started our journey towards creating some simple but powerful functionality. The goal we set was to have the possibility to load a form on each node page and to be able to choose which form type should be used... Read more
Drupal 8 Third Party Settings and Pseudo-Fields

The @font-face dilemma

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Chris Manning takes us through the weird journey that is custom fonts on the web. We started with the "Flash of Unstyled Text", which at first we didn't like because it was abrupt and felt janky and could even cause reflow, which didn't help readers fo... Read more
The @font-face dilemma

Mastering WP_Query: Actions and Filters

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Welcome to third part of our series called "Mastering WP_Query". In the previous part, we went through 13 WordPress functions that are related to the WP_Query class. In this part, we will be reviewing WordPress hooks (filters and actions) that you can ... Read more
Mastering WP_Query: Actions and Filters

An Intro to CSS Testing with SonarQube

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The following is a guest post by David Racodon. David contributes to this open source code quality tool he'll tell you all about. I hadn't heard of it until now, but I know there are lots of folks out there interested in tooling to help keep their CSS ... Read more
An Intro to CSS Testing with SonarQube

Let’s talk about the Web Animations API

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Dan Wilson has an intro article followed by a 5-part series all about the Web Animations API. If you were unaware, .animate() is a native thing now. I think there is a ton of interesting things about the Web Animations API, like: Yet another great exa... Read more
Let’s talk about the Web Animations API

The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Adding Coupons—Usage Restriction Part 1

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In my previous two articles I discussed what coupons are, the different discount types for coupons that are offered in WooCommerce, and how online store owners can configure the General settings at the time of creating new coupons. So let's start off w... Read more
The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Adding Coupons—Usage Restriction Part 1

Out-of-the-Box WordPress: The Groundbreaking Way to Activate Plugins & Themes Upon WordPress Installation

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In the previous part of this series, we learned about bundling a WordPress installation with plugins and themes, and tweaking the wp-config-sample.php file. Granted, bundling themes and plugins isn't such an amazing idea, but you have to admit that ed... Read more
Out-of-the-Box WordPress: The Groundbreaking Way to Activate Plugins & Themes Upon WordPress Installation