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25 Free Time-Saving Online Tools for WordPress Developers • WPShout – WordPress Website Design Article

As Fred wrote in an earlier post, learning WordPress development is hard. It’s not just a case of being able to write code. There’s a heap of associated skills: analysis, design, SEO, copywriting, user experience, maintenance and more.WordPress developers have to wear a number of hats, and can’t be experts in everything. It therefore helps to have tools to do some of the heavy lifting and speed up your workflow.This article introduces 25 online tools that are helpful in WordPress development.This article…

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DRYing Up CSS – DZone Web Dev – Website Design Article

DRYing up CSS Albert Einstein once said, “Out of clutter, find simplicity.” For the longest time, I did not understand what he was trying to convey, but then I started interpreting it by testing its applicability in aspects of my life. My interpretation has since been ‘de-duplicate and reuse.’ I have since been able to go lean to a good extent on many things I do. Be it all the stuff I have in my basement, in my closet, or…

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CSS Image Sprite with Compass – Website Design Article

CSS Image Sprite is a method of combining several images into one image file to reduce HTTP requests and optimize web load performance. There are many ways and handy tools to do this, or else you can also do it traditionally with Photoshop. But, through all my experience of dealing with CSS Image Sprite, there is no other way that much easier than using Sprite Function for Compass. So, let’s take a look at how it works. Recommended Reading: Syntactically…

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Why I Hated NodeJS, Gulp, And Sass, And What I’m Doing About It – WordPress Website Design Article

It’s becoming increasingly difficult to tout yourself as a true “Pro” in the WordPress web development scene without some form of contact with these NodeJS powered package managers, task managers, and build tools. We’ve gone from debating our favorite code editors to arguing over which CSS pre-processor is king. Life was so much easier when all we had to deal with was a simple folder filled with CSS, PHP, and JS files. Or at least that’s what it feels like…

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