The talented Hugo Giraudel (http://hugogiraudel.com) took the responsive text from the front page of ArleyM.com and made the styles a lot more efficiently with SASS... View Article
In 2007 I bit off more than I could chew. I setup a new computer, using a new operating system, and new versions of productivity... View Article
The notorious @ppk keeps up a pretty amazing site at quirksmode.org. He does very thorough browser tests, logs them with easy to read tables, and shares them... View Article
I’ve recently been making use of the Retina Display Media Queries post on CSS Tricks to upgrade some of the graphics on a site I’ve been working... View Article
In a sudden and shocking change of events Opera is changing its rendering engine to Webkit (the same engine that Chrome, Safari, BB OS6+ ,... View Article
I wrote my first “Choose Your Own Adventure” style story in Grade 7 (1991ish). I called my series “Select Thy Personal Undertaking” partly to escape... View Article
This week I upgraded my home PC to Windows 8, and it’s a bit of a pain. I really love the look and can appreciate... View Article
Yesterday fellow Thrillworker Ryan Bruce and I had the pleasure of attending the online SMACSS conference. Lots of nerdy CSS talk for me to get... View Article
Today is the sixth international Blue Beanie day! It’s the day to show your support for web standards. I think it got started because of... View Article
Being a Front End Developer isn’t the cinchy desk job some may think it is. This is a life style!
I have a friend who wants to publish from WordPress directly to a Facebook group. While the new Jetpack 2.0 does a great job for... View Article
Man, time flies. It’s been nearly a week since I spoke at the WordCamp dev conference in Toronto. In some ways it can feel like... View Article
This year I give in and give the look-alike experts what they’ve always wanted.
This is the post to compliment my Toronto Developer’s WordCamp 2012 talk! At the bottom you’ll find links to my demo, test theme and theme... View Article
I signed up for Geocities in 1994. I haven’t been bored since. Making websites is the cure for boredom.
I’ve been trying to track some of my Internet adventures in this elsewhere category; including speaking / teaching events, and writing on other blogs. I... View Article
Wowzers, this is my 500th post. I’ve been blogging in some form or another since 2003, thanks to this arleym.com domain name being given as... View Article
I don’t want to always get defensive of the underdog, but I gotta take a wee stand for Comic Sans. I will readily admit it... View Article
“All men seek happiness. This is without exception. Whatever different means they employ, they all tend to this end. The cause of some going to... View Article
I have a fun idea! I want to build a webpage using only user submitted code / content. Here are some rules I’d like to... View Article