A quick tip for improving the accessibility of CSS sprites: instead of using sized backgrounds, use the :before pseudoelement. Sprites added with :before will still show up in Windows high-contrast mode, whereas backgrounds are eliminated.
Having just finished the most advanced responsive HTML email project I’ve worked on yet, I thought I’d share a few things I’ve picked up. Use the Zurb Ink mail framework: It’s restrictive, but it’s the fastest way to get good results in the majority of clients Start with the desktop. There are two reasons to […]
On April 13th, WooThemes hosted WordSesh, a full day of streamed talks on various WordPress topics by WordPress professionals. The videos from those talks are now available on the WordSesh channel on YouTube.
I often get content for sites in Word docs which I used to open in Pages. Getting the text out of pages involved far too much clicking, particularly if I was extracting a URL from text in a table. To save my wrists, I figured out the following: catdoc file.doc | coda >> temp.txt catdoc […]
Litmus have just announced a new tool called Scope. It’s a bookmarklet that lets you view prettified versions of the source to the HTML email you’re viewing in your browser. There’s also an option to view the text or mobile version of any email, and you can share the email with your personal information scrubbed. […]