Do you want to display a beautiful organizational chart on your WordPress site? Org charts are helpful in showing the company hierarchy and introducing users to the team running the business. In this article, we will show you how to create a company org chart… Read More »
Earlier this month on the Animation at Work Slack, we had a discussion about finding a way to let users pan inside an SVG.
I made this demo below to show how I’d approach this question:
Here are the four steps to make the above demo work:
VuePress is a new tool from Vue creator Evan You that spins up Vue projects that are more on the side of websites based on content and markup than progressive web applications and does it with a few strokes of the command line.
But, like anything new, even the basics of getting started can …
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Huge thanks to Kinsta for sponsoring CSS-Tricks this week! We’re big fans of WordPress around here, and know some of you out there are too. So this might come of interest: Kinsta is WordPress hosting that runs on Google Cloud Platform. And in fact, it’s officially recommended by Google Cloud for fully-managed WordPress hosting.
What does that matter? Well, when you go with a cloud host you’re entering a new realm of reliability. For …
This is an interesting read on the current state of scrollbars and how to control their behavior across operating systems and browsers. The post also highlights a bunch of stuff I didn’t know about, like
Element.scrollIntoView() and the
scroll-behavior CSS property.
My favorite part of all though? It has to be this bit:
If you have been in the React ecosystem for a while, there is a possibility that you have heard about Higher Order Components. Let’s look at a simple implementation while also trying to explain the core idea. From here you should get a good idea of how they work and even put them to use.
Why Higher-Order Components?
As you build React applications, you will run into situations where you want to share the same functionality across multiple components…
Implementing responsive email design can be a bit of a drag. Building responsive emails isn’t simple at all, it is like taking a time machine back to 2001 when we were all coding website layouts in tables using Dreamweaver and Fireworks.
But there’s hope! We have tools available that can make building email much easier and more like coding a modern site. Let’s take a look at a couple of different frameworks that set out to simplify things for us.…
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Do you want to blog anonymously using WordPress? There are many users who want to start a blog but don’t what to put their real name on it. In this beginner’s guide, we will show you how to easily blog anonymously using WordPress while keeping… Read More »
Are you looking for the best product review plugins for WordPress? If you regularly add detailed product reviews on your website, then you can use a product review plugin to make them more SEO friendly. In this article, we have hand-picked the best product review… Read More »