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Podcast Episode 28: Zoom Zero-Day Vulnerability, WP Engine Buys Flywheel, and Other News

https://www.wordfence.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/News_1200x628.png A security researcher found vulnerabilities in the Mac client for Zoom, a popular video conferencing application. After 90 days and two weeks, the vulnerability …

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Animating with Clip-Path

clip-path is one of those CSS properties we generally know is there but might not reach for often for whatever reason. It’s a little intimidating …

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Joomla 3.9.9 Release

Joomla 3.9.9 is now available. This is a security fix release for the 3.x series of Joomla which addresses one security vulnerability and contains over …

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The Many Ways to Include CSS in JavaScript Applications

Welcome to an incredibly controversial topic in the land of front-end development! I’m sure that a majority of you reading this have encountered your fair …

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A Little Reminder That Pseudo Elements are Children, Kinda.

Here’s a container with some child elements: <div class=”container”> <div>item</div> <div>item</div> <div>item</div> </div> If I do: .container::before { content: “x” } I’m essentially doing: <div …

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YOYOW Foundation Becomes a Platinum Global Sponsor of Joomla!

The YOYOW Foundation has become a Platinum Global Sponsor of Joomla.    This post was originally posted here

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The Best ClickFunnels Alternative With WordPress

Looking for a ClickFunnels alternative that won’t break the bank or skimp on functionality? You want to start selling and marketing your products…but staring at …

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Update to Account-Based Pricing

Late last week, we announced a new licensing and pricing structure for cPanel. This change was the result of several months of conversations and modeling …

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Five Methods for Five-Star Ratings

In the world of likes and social statistics, reviews are very important method for leaving feedback. Users often like to know the opinions of others …

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PSA: Linking to a Code of Conduct Template is Not the Same as Having a Code of Conduct

Did you know we have a site that lists all upcoming conferences related to front-end web design and development? We do! If you’re looking to …

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Podcast Episode 27: Liquid Web COO Carrie Wheeler talks Leadership and Transitioning from Tech

https://www.wordfence.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/carrie-ep27-1200×628.png Liquid Web COO Carrie Wheeler chatted with Mark at WordCamp Atlanta about her path from developer to leadership in the tech field. She talks …

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The Twelfth Fourth

CSS-Tricks is 12 years old! Firmly into that Early Adolescence stage, I’d say 😉 As we do each year, let’s reflect upon the past year. …

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Menus with “Dynamic Hit Areas”

Flyout menus! The second you need to implement a menu that uses a hover event to display more menu items, you’re in tricky territory. For …

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Hey, let’s create a functional calendar app with the JAMstack

Hey, let’s create a functional calendar app with the JAMstack I’ve always wondered how dynamic scheduling worked so I decided to do extensive research, learn …

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Haunted: Hooks for Web Components

I was just chatting with Dave and he told me about Haunted. It’s hooks, but for native web components! Pretty cool. I think the existence …

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Graphical User Interfaces for Git

Git is command-line-driven software, but that doesn’t mean you have to use the command line to make it work. There are lots of options! Some …

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Toast

One day, all the sudden, I started hearing jokes about toast. I had no idea what the context was. I assumed some friends just got …

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Restricting a (pseudo) element to its parent’s border-box

Have you ever wanted to ensure that nothing of a (pseudo) element gets displayed outside its parent’s border-box? In case you’re having trouble picturing what …

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Server Upgrade

To balance storage resources on the servers, we need to migrate your account to a newer, faster server. The migration will begin shortly. If your …

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Tips for rolling your own lazy loading

You may have heard (or even issued the call) that “we can just use lazy loading!” when looking for a way to slim down a …

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Making width and flexible items play nice together

The short answer: flex-shrink and flex-basis are probably what you’re lookin’ for. The long answer Let’s say you want to align an image and some …

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The (Developer’s) Growth Model

I really like the post “The Designer’s Growth Model” by Dennis Hambeukers. Dennis just invented this model, but it’s based on some existing ideas and …

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