Posts Tagged ‘Web Dev’

UI / Modern Web Inspiration

CSS, User Experience (UX), User Interface (UI), Web Development | Posted by Keefr January 20th, 2017

My boss shared this in a meeting earlier this week, and I’m loving the links and collections the page has curated.

It’s a bunch of modern web element demnos, tagged into categories including buttons, menus, images, icons, text, input fields, and trending.

I’m looking forward to diving into the demos/examples and bookmarking in the browser (and mentally) for future web projects and implementation.

Code My UI

Multiple Domains from a Single WordPress Install

Web Development, WordPress, WordPress | Posted by Keefr September 24th, 2014

WordpressOne of my first projects at my new job entails taking three owned domains/separate sites and having them controlled via a single content management system.

I haven’t had any experience doing this since working with WordPress Mu at a former job way back when.

Since WordPress 3.0, this multi-site code is already part of the core and just needs some modifications to the WordPress config files to bring it alive. The article below is a great tutorial on setting that all up.

How to Run Multiple Domains from a Single WordPress Install

Fast Enough on the Web

Optimization, Web Development | Posted by Keefr February 19th, 2014

Nice article on human perceptions and how fast is fast enough for web sites and interactions.

Fast Enough

Kick-Start Your Project: A Collection Of Handy CSS Snippets

CSS, Web Development | Posted by Keefr November 3rd, 2012

On more than one occasion, I’ve sung the praises of my favorite OS X snippet application, TextExpander where I’ve built up quite the collection of text snippets for all kinds of purposes, with most of them focusing around web development.

Below is a list of kickstarters for launching your next web project, some of which I’ve added to my TextExpander snippets.

Kick-Start Your Project: A Collection Of Handy CSS Snippets

The End of Pagination

Web Design, Web Development | Posted by Keefr June 8th, 2012

Co-worker found this as we were considering options for paging data on a new web site.

This is an article from several months back, but it’s still completely relavent, and it does a great job of presenting the pros and cons of traditional content pagination versus more modern endless scrolling:

The End of Pagination