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Adding Gutenberg Full- and Wide-Width Image Support to Your WordPress Theme

Published: March 16, 2019
In: CSS | Web | WordPress

Recently, I’ve been using (and loving) the new Gutenberg editor in WordPress 5.0+. It’s a huge step forward in both what developers can offer, and what users can expect out of their content creation experience. One of the new features of Gutenberg that I particularly enjoy is the ability to set an image as either […]

Let’s Learn CSS Variables!

Published: February 25, 2018
In: CSS

The usefulness of CSS variables should be fairly apparent if you’ve managed any sizable stylesheet before. If you have, you probably already know how untidy it can be at large scale. In fact, that’s one of the biggest knocks against CSS; it’s very easy for a stylesheet to balloon, making updates difficult as you’re forced […]