Control Your Site’s Custom Fonts with Font Display

Custom fonts are great—they can bring a unique look to your website and they can be a crucial part of your branding. But what makes a custom font “custom” is that they’re not something users typically have already on their computer. For example, The New York Times uses a variety of custom fonts across different…

Using a Local Development Environment

When it comes to creating new features for a website, it’s important to be able to test as much, as often, and as fast as possible. Being able to quickly alter database content, update functions, and change styles can significantly speed up the development process. One of the best ways to achieve this is by…

Why You Should Be Using a CSS Preprocessor

CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, is the magic that makes your site look the way you want it to. CSS is responsible for font size, color, element positioning, responsiveness, and many other aspects of a site’s overall look. However, with the sheer number of elements and style rules present in a site, the CSS file…

SVGator: SVG Animation Made Easy

Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is the best format for web images. SVG format makes responsive design easy because images do not get pixelated and stay crisp regardless of screen size. Another advantage of SVG is a small file size. It takes less time for images to load which improves a website’s performance. SVG can be animated…