Technologies such as CSS3 media queries are becoming increasingly important and all new websites should use them. The main reason is that visitors have certain expectations when viewing your site on everything from a desktop to a laptop to a netbook to a tablet to a handheld. They expect your site to maintain a high level of user experience satisfaction no matter how or where they see your site. This article shows some techniques for using CSS3 media queries. Read An Introduction to CSS3 Media Queries
Sometimes you find yourself needing to access hidden files on your Mac, like an .htaccess file from your server, a .bash_profile, a .svn directory. On a Mac anything preceded with a ‘.’ is invisible by default. InvisibliX is a free application that will toggle hidden files to become visible. Read Quick way on how to show hidden files in OSX
After having used jQuery and WordPress together on a number of themes, I thought I’d share some tips that I have learned through my experience with WordPress.
The traditional way to include jQuery in an HTML page is with the script tag. However when working with WordPress, you should never do this. The reason is to avoid conflicts and other potential problems such as erros with other plugins. Here is how WordPress recommends to load jQuery using the following code: Read Tutorial adding latest jQuery Version to WordPress with wp_enqueue_script()