Discover the Benefits of the Upcoming CSS :has() Selector

On December 20th, 2021, Safari Technology Preview 137 was released, adding unflagged support for the :has() selector. An unflagged feature doesn’t require the user to manually enable it themselves. The long-requested tool is most often thought of as a “parent selector” as its most commonly anticipated use case is to select a parent element that…

How to Communicate Clearly When Sharing Designs and Demos

As designers and developers, it’s common for us to create designs or demos to present for review. We’re supplied with information like the main objective, reasoning for the request, existing examples we might use as inspiration, and answers to questions we’ve asked. When it’s time to send that out for review, there are some do’s…

Create Fast-Loading Custom Image Sizes for Your WordPress Theme

By default, WordPress automatically takes images uploaded to the media library and generates additional sizes of your image: thumbnail, medium, and large, with the option to add custom sizes. While you can edit those sizes in Settings->Media, as you develop your theme, you’ll surely create components that utilize images at specific sizes. The sizes of…