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Funky CSS buttons

Working on a new project that will (hopefully) be launched soon, I received designs a few weeks ago. Well designed, nothing out of the ordinary, except this button: I love the design, so I really wanted the look and animation to be amazing. So I found a tutorial that uses an outer and inner element,…

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Not just witty comments in your code

Documentation best practices for themes, plugins and APIs, Presentation at WordCamp Hamilton 2019 What? Documentation Helps guide the end user around your plugin/theme/package/etc Can be either a user guide or code reference Comments Help guide the developer (you or someone using your code) understand what they’re looking at Aids in the automated creation of a…

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Freelancing 101: Full Time Contracts

It’s no secret that I’ve done a lot of contracting over the years I’ve been a developer. I started out with a contract job and have done several since. Most of them were very good. I highly recommend both Vitamin T and PMC Recruitment for genuinely caring about their contractors. They have fantastic staff, and…

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