WordPress allows you to embed tweets by pasting the tweet URL into your posts. You get a nice card with the tweet and all relevant details. Sadly, this card will not work on responsive sites due to a fix width applied by Twitter. In this post we’ll see how to remove it and also make our embedded tweet properly responsive.
A very useful tool when you have to calculate complex box dimensions in CSS
Interesting comparison between Sass and Less meta languages for CSS production.
September left behind many good resources about typography, iOS development and more responsive stuff. These are the resources on the web for October 2011.
It’s resource time and here’s the August round up that left a plethora of responsive and HTML5 resources, like a responsive grid with golden proportions, HTML5 Boilerplate 2, fluid width videos, images and even responsive sliders. Read on!
WordCamp San Francisco is the main conference of developers, users and fans about WordPress. This year, WordCamp SF had a massive number of 51 incredible speakers, with some of them even throwing two conferences, like @nacin and @Otto42. Here’s a round up of the slides shared by the speakers.
A little late, yes, but here’s the July round up of some cool web design resources like a voting system for HTML 5 videos, an introduction to HTML 5 canvas, why Google doesn’t take meta keywords into account, free icons and more.
Masonry CSS3 is the counterpart of the well known jQuery plugin and relies on CSS 3 columns. Check the demo on the home page of Radu’s site.
Here’s the round up of fresh web design resources for June 2011! we have icon sets, CSS3 tools, web typography, Chrome Extensions for Google Web Fonts and WordPress resources.
W3Fools is on a crusade against what they alleged to be bad docs and poor learning material in W3Schools which, of course, is not endorsed by W3C in any way.