Author: Fred Meyer
Emulate Mobile Devices In-Browser with the Ripple Chrome Extension
This week, I had a client send me a bug that only appeared in iOS Safari. As much as I’d love to say “tell your visitors not to use iOS Safari,” it’s definitely a popular enough way to browse the web to merit fixing the bug.
Why Coding is Like Spelunking, And How Knowing That Can Help You
This article uses the analogy “Coding is like caving” to explain what coding is, what it isn’t, who it’s for, and how to succeed at it.
Learning PHP for WordPress Development: while() Loops
Welcome to this discussion of PHP loops: what loops are, whey they’re important, and how to use PHP while() loops. This article continues our series explaining the basics of PHP for WordPress development.
Learning PHP for WordPress Development: Control Flow Basics
Welcome to this introduction to PHP control flow! This article continues our series explaining the basics of PHP for WordPress development.
See What Fonts an Image is Using with Font Squirrel Matcherator
It’s a funny time to be alive. We haven’t yet reached that part of the technology singularity where rogue nanorobot clouds disassemble us all into carbon dust (bad), or where we transfer our consciousness into massive sentient spaceships and colonize the stars (good?).
How to See What Fonts a Website is Using
If you’ve ever wondered how to see what fonts a website is using, the answer is as simple as opening your browser inspector. Since every bit of a website is interpreted in your browser, if you know how to use your browser inspector properly you can figure out fonts, images, CSS properties, and anything else on the page.
Learning PHP for WordPress Development: How to Include PHP in HTML
Welcome to this article on how to use PHP in HTML! Here, we try to get specific about exactly how PHP and HTML interact, at the level of a specific .php file. In other words, how do you actually include PHP in HTML, and what rules can and can’t you follow in weaving PHP and HTML together?
How to Create Hierarchical Custom Post Types in WordPress
Large, collaboratively-created systems almost always contain pitfalls: misleading bits that don’t work the way they should. When someone thinks of these pitfall-prone systems, the English language, with all its/it’s inconsistencies, often comes to his/her/his or her/their/there/they’re mind.
Finding the Best WordPress Hosting of 2019: An Honest Guide
Want to know who’s the best WordPress hosting in 2019? Let’s get straight to it:
Learning PHP for WordPress Development: Understanding PHP’s return
Welcome to this rundown on return in PHP! This article continues our series explaining the basics of PHP for WordPress development.