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10 Reasons To Use HTTPS
…because you should.
30+ websites that prove parallax isn’t dead
Like anything else, parallax can be done well; as long as it’s subtle.
I like the “auto-fixing”!
Windows 10’s forced automatic updates are a good idea
Does this mean MS Edge will auto update too?
Styling SVG <use> Content with CSS
It’s not as straightforward as regular css, as it uses different rules and tags, but it’s well worth learning.
Toolbox of the Smart WordPress Developer: Kirki
If you’ve ever used the Theme Customizer before, this plugin is much easier to use! I will be using this on my next project for sure!
The Best Language to Learn in 2015: Job Demand and Salaries
If you are looking for the next language to learn. Just don’t learn Java. 🙂
WP API and OAuth – Using WordPress without WordPress
Maybe someone could create a headless WordPress site using the API.
jQuery 3.0 and jQuery Compat 3.0 Alpha Versions Released
.hide() and .show() have significantly changed, so beware.
Dear webdevs, from European Blind Union
Yes, don’t disable zooming in the viewport meta tag.
Google will offer free broadband to low-income families in White House pilot program
More people with access to the internet is great!
Animated Page Transition
A really cool Codrops-esque animation for ajax page loading.
Slimming down the web: Remove code to fix things, don’t add the “clever” thing
Spot the unsubscribe!
Kinda funny Tumblr from Lea Verou.
Web design isn’t dead. But even if it was, why so threatened?
Paul Boag’s take on the recent #hotdrama.
Chris Coyier: AMA
Ask Chris anything!
Mozilla blocks Flash as Facebook security chief calls for its death
More companies putting their foot down on Flash.
Fast WordPress Customizer Options Development with Kirki
This is terrific! An easy way to make advanced options in the Theme Customizer.
Does It Work On Edge?
Want to see what your site looks like in MS Edge?
Perf audit: Loading performance · reddit/reddit-mobile
Wow. And this is why web apps are perceived as slow. It’s our fault.