Making Themes More WYSIWYG with the WordPress Customizer
The WordPress customizer makes tweaking visual settings and customizing the look of your site much more intuitive.
WordPress Hooks, Actions, and Filters: What They Do and How They Work
Child Themes, the Template Hierarchy, and One Sanity-Saving Hack
Four Reasons to Fall in Love with Sass for WordPress (if You Haven’t Already)
I presented at WordCamp Seattle over the weekend, about a tool that has made my frontend development work way easier: Sass, the CSS preprocessor. It was really fun, and I’m still on a Sass kick, so this week I’m singing Sass’s praises to anyone out there who still feels nervous about diving in and learning what Sass is all about.