I’ve been trying to write this for over 2½ years, but it’s taken until now to find the words. They’re still imperfect but it’s important to write them, so they’ll have to do.
I’ve made no secret of the fact I’ve been been going through a rough patch recently. This past week has been different, and perhaps I should acknowledge that.
I had to fix an issue with SVG spritesheets yesterday evening, and thought I’d write up how I did it.
I was fortunate enough to go to CSS Day this year, and this is my quick write-up.
Some downtime means I’ve had time to release a couple new gems, as well as updating an old friend.
I’ve been feeling dissatisfied with everything for a while now, but I think I’ve got to the bottom of it.
SCSS-Lint’s default PropertySortOrder plugin irks me, so I decided to write my own.
A useful tip for anyone who loves JS’ querySelector and querySelectorAll functions as much as I do…
I needed to detect whether HTML form inputs had been changed by the user for a project, so I knocked up a quick jQuery selector for it. I thought I’d share it…
Yup, that’s right: footwear. More specifically, the variety that shoemaker’s children tend to be without.