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Legally Binding Electronic Signatures with eversign

There are few things more obnoxiously tedious than being asked to sign a document over email, where they tell you to print it, sign it, scan it, and email it back. One time I Photoshopped my signature onto a document, and they were able to tell somehow and made me go through the whole rigamarole instead.

We’re working with highly sophisticated computers here, can’t I sign this thing with the web somehow? Yes, you can! As long as the company …


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Come Learn and Take In Big Ideas at An Event Apart

I’m just back from An Event Apart Seattle, and it was fantastic. High five to y’all I got to run into there. Lots of big moments happen at An Event Apart. Microsoft took the opportunity to announce they are officially working on getting CSS grid into Edge, meaning full on cross browser compatibility for that, coming soon.

Ethan Marcotte was there, and before giving his excellent talk about patterns in design, told us that that very stage was the first …


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​Content doesn’t need to delay website launches

Whether content is late, structured differently to the design or lost in email threads – content always gets the blame for website project delays. Now you can use GatherContent to organize and produce website content without the chaos. 1000s of teams worldwide use GatherContent to implement a structured process for content that helps launch website projects on time.

GatherContent integrates with WordPress, Drupal, Sitecore, Kentico, AEM, Sitefinity, Umbraco, and more!

See how GatherContent can streamline your website content production – …


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Hired – Job Hunting Simplified​

On Hired, companies apply to you, not the other way around. Upon getting approved your profile becomes visible to over 6,000 innovative companies, hiring for technical roles. So if you’re looking for new opportunities, but don’t want the hassle of applying to all those companies, try Hired and let the companies apply to you!

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Media Temple

Media Temple is a web hosting company that has hosting options for everyone. From inexpensive (but powerful) plans like their Managed WordPress Hosting, to mid-level stuff like the managed DV plan CSS-Tricks runs on, to super heavy duty dedicated and cloud hosting.

CSS-Tricks is the biggest site that I personally manage (with Media Temple’s help, of course), so I keep that on a DV all by itself. We’ve been able to tune it up to be incredibly speedy. The document …


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An Event Apart Seattle – April 3-5, 2017

An Event Apart Seattle is coming up! Less than a month away. If you’ve been trying to decide, now is the time to pull the trigger before it sells out. I’ll be there doing three official things. One, I’ll be speaking. Two, I’ll be giving a workshop on the last day. Three, I’ll be on a discussion panel talking about staying on top of this field.

The workshop on the final day is called A Day Apart, and you buy


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Coffee Personalized to Your Taste

Hey isn’t this a web design site?! Sure is. But I have it on good authority that web designers, along with a lot of the rest of the world love coffee. And, you know, convenience. And quality. I sure do.

Driftaway Coffee is a freshly roasted coffee subscription that is personalized to your taste, delivered directly to your door. All subscriptions start with a tasting kit of four different coffees, you try them out, enter your favorites and based on …


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Responsive Images in WordPress with Cloudinary, Part 2

In Part 1 of this series, I provided some background on responsive images, describing how you can add srcset and sizes attributes to an img element to serve appropriately sized image files to users of a website based on the size and capabilities of their browser and device. I also shared how WordPress used its native image resizing functionality to implement srcset and sizes automatically and how you can use an external image service like Cloudinary to extend the native …


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​The Best Tech Jobs in the World

Over 6,000 companies use Hired to find their next team member and with transparency into each company, you’re empowered to make the right decision about what opportunities you’d like to pursue. Say goodbye to pushy recruiters trying to sell you on roles you don’t actually want. Life’s too short to waste time with companies that are a bad fit, or to find out after months of interviewing that the offer is no good. Try Hired and let companies apply to …


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Responsive Images in WordPress with Cloudinary, Part 1

In this post we’ll look at a brief history of responsive images and why they are so important for performant websites. Then we’ll look at how WordPress helps automate that, and ultimately how the whole situation gets a lot better by leveraging Cloudinary.


Responsive Images in WordPress with Cloudinary, Part 1 is a post from CSS-Tricks