Understanding Responsive Typography

Following the philosophy that content is key, typography must be considered of equal importance. Choice of typeface, font size, font weight, line height, and the number of characters per line all contribute to the user experience and maximize readability. Responsive web design adds another layer of complexity to typography–the same typographic treatment for a desktop and…

Responsive Images in WordPress

As web design trends continually move toward a larger graphical dominance, developers need to consider the most effective techniques for dealing with responsive images, keeping in mind both performance and user experience. Performance is always a substantial consideration in the development process and images can greatly slow down page load times. The smaller the file size,…

10 Tips for Using the WordPress WYSIWYG Editor

The WordPress WYSIWYG editor resembles most text editors but differs in its capabilities; some for the better, some for the worse. It does have some quirks that you need to be aware of and some cool tricks that aren’t readily available or intuitive. Here is a list of ten tips to get you started. All…