One Illustration, Three SVG outputs

Let’s say we draw the same vector graphic in different design applications and export each one as SVG for use on the web. Should we expect the same SVG file from each application?

On the one hand, we might expect each file to be the same because of our past history with exporting images. Applications have typically been consistent at saving JPGs, PNGs, and GIFs with perhaps minor differences to the overall file size.

On the other hand, SVG is …


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Simple Server Side Rendering, Routing, and Page Transitions with Nuxt.js

A bit of a wordy title, huh? What is server side rendering? What does it have to do with routing and page transitions? What the heck is Nuxt.js? Funnily enough, even though it sounds complex, working with Nuxt.js and exploring the benefits of isn’t too difficult. Let’s get started!

Server side rendering

You might have heard people talking about server side rendering as of late. We looked at one method to do that with React recently. One particularly compelling aspect …


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The Browser Statistics That Matter

In which I argue that the only browser usage statistics that make sense use for decision making are the ones gathered from the website being worked on itself.

The reason you can’t use global statistics as a stand-in for your own is because they could be wildly wrong … Sites like StatCounter that track the worldwide browser market are fascinating, but I’d argue largely exist as dinner party talk.

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How to be evil (but please don’t!) – the modals & overlays edition

We’ve all been there. Landed on a website only to be slapped with a modal that looked something like the one below:

Hello darkness, my old friend.

For me that triggers a knee-jerk reaction: curse for giving them a pageview, close the tab, and never return. But there’s also that off case when we might actually try to get to the info behind that modal. So the next step in this situation is to bring up DevTools in order to …


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12 Signs That Your WordPress Site is Hacked

We are often asked what are some signs that indicate a WordPress site is hacked? There are some common telltale signs that may help you figure out if your WordPress site is hacked or compromised. In this article, we will share 12 common signs that… Read More »

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How to Display Ad Blocks in Specific Posts in WordPress

Do you want to display ad blocks within specific WordPress posts? This ad placement allows you to show ads when your users are highly engaged with the content. In this article, we will show you how to easily display ad blocks in specific WordPress posts… Read More »

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How to Limit the Number of Archive Months Displayed in WordPress

Do you want to display the number of archive months displayed in WordPress? If you have been blogging for years, you will notice that your archives list will become too long. In this article, we will show you how to limit the number of archive… Read More »

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24 Best WordPress Themes for bbPress

Are you looking for the best WordPress themes for bbPress? bbPress allows you to easily add forums to your WordPress site. However, many WordPress themes are not designed to be suitable for forums and bbPress. In this article, we have hand-picked some of the best… Read More »

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