2 | 3rd May 2018 | CSS, Geeky, Snippets

Little snippets #1: CSS only mobile menu

"Oi, wait, that's nothing new, we've all done that years ago!"

Yeah, well, maybe, probably. But. Did you use pointer-events: none; ? Nah? Did you make super-cool and super-easy animations with Font Awesome? Did you really take care of the traps that might be a challenge for some browsers? 

Well, let me show you then.

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3 | 21st March 2018 | Geeky, Snippets, Tutorials, WordPress

WordPress tutorial: Comment reply notifications with 40 lines of code

If you're tired of Disqus and Jetpack, then you need to switch back to default WordPress comments. And it hurts.

Both, Disqus and Jetpack do two things: spam prevention and notifications. Plus Disqus looks good, while Jetpack needs some styling. But that's another case.

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17 | 19th November 2017 | WordPress

Gutenberg 1.7.0

WordPress 5.0 will soon be a thing and it might feature a brand new content editor, that will take place of the good old TinyMCE—Gutenberg. It's still in development and the first digit in the version number doesn't mean it actually left the beta stage.

I got curious, so I've installed the beta plugin from WordPress repository to check it here. Let's see!

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5 | 2nd October 2017 | Tutorials

Complete guide: Tweetdeck with 280-characters tweets

A few days ago Twitter finally increased the character limit. Doubled it actually, so now, instead of 140, we’ve got 280 characters. Woo-hoo!

It’s not yet available to everyone, but there is a way to enable it in Tweetdeck in few quite simple steps. continue reading

1 | 4th May 2017 | Case studies

Why Facebook should find new CSS people

If you have a fanpage on Facebook and you’re a perfectionist, then you probably noticed at least one absolutely annoying thing hidden inside theirs CSS code… continue reading

15 | 9th April 2017 | Social Media

Why is Mastodon better than Twitter?

I found out about Mastodon only a few days ago, but I already know that I’ll stay there for a while. And it already feels like home. continue reading