A SASS mixin can save you from writing hundreds of CSS-lines in your WordPress theme. One of the great features of SASS is mixins. They resemble a function in ordinary programming. You create a series of commands, and pass certain variables. Then you don’t have to write the same code over and over again. The _S… Continue reading Use a SASS in WordPress Themes
So this is Christmas And what have you done Another year over And a new one just begun. John Lennon Xmas is a wonderful excuse for bad taste – here’s the new Xmas theme on Multimusen. It’s not completely finished yet. For now it’s just a big screen thing. So if you’re on a mobile device, you’re… Continue reading Wicked Bad Taste XMAS Theme
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Eaviden.dk has published a page about my research project “What You Should know about WordPress”. Eaviden is a web portal presenting the research and innovation activities on the Danish business academies. On the page you find a description of the project, and links to my research blog (you’re reading it now). The text is in danish.… Continue reading The WordPress Research Project now on EAviden.dk
Imaginary maps: Tolkien
If you’re teaching WordPress in school, or know somebody who does, here’s a free eBook on everything WordPress: https://t.co/5QIMIy0txj by @pertjensen — Smashing Magazine (@smashingmag) November 4, 2017 Vitaly Friedman and the Smashing Magazine kindly shared the link to my eBook on Twitter. Smashing Magazine is always a great source of inspiration on everything about… Continue reading Smashing Magazine tweet about my eBook
It’s a quick start method for Mapbox. Upload a picture, and select the colors on your map from the picture.