How to stop using console.log() and start using your browser’s debugger
One of the most common struggles that most new developers face is debugging. In this post, I will cover using breakpoints, stepping through your code, setting watch expressions, and applying your fixes in Chrome Developer Tools.
Apply a Filter to a Background Image
You can apply a filter to an entire element quite easily with the filter property. But what if you want to apply a filter just to the background of an element? It's weirdly tricky.
Styling the Gutenberg Columns Block
WordPress 5.0 is quickly approaching, and the new Gutenberg editor is coming with it. While Gutenberg is sure to improve the writing experience, it can cause a bit of a headache for developers who now need to ensure their plugins and themes are updated and compatible. In this article, we’re going to take a look at some styling conventions for Gutenberg blocks, and then add our own styles for Gutenberg’s Columns block.
What’s New in Create React App 2.0 Video Series
Earlier this month Create React App 2.0 was released adding a lot of new features. Some of those features include Sass Support, CSS Modules Support, Adding SVGs as React Components, Fragment Short Syntax, and Babel Macros. In this post, I’ll be highlighting the above 5 features.
Uncharted territory: using aXe to forge a path, by Madalyn Parker
I've seen lots of talks on accessibility basics and implementing aria on static sites, but few that demonstrate what it's actually like to approach a codebase architected without accessibility in mind and add that layer in. I want to show that it's okay to roll out accessibility changes bit by bit, that it doesn't have to be all or nothing, and that there are good tools out there to help you out.