Converting HTML Layouts into a WordPress Theme

A few companies sell this service, and I looked into it. While conversion and existing layout to a WordPress theme isn’t too hard to create a rudimentary theme that replicates an existing website. Is this a valuable service? Is it going to help the site? Answers withing. Continue reading Converting HTML Layouts into a WordPress Theme

Responsive Design + Mobile First = Automated Layouts

I’m shocked at how many businesses still have websites that don’t work in mobile. For the average person, reading web pages on a smartphone is the primary way they read content on the web.

Though I’m not 100% on board with “mobile first”, it should soon be the norm. To CSS hackers, “mobile first” just means implementing the mobile layout first, then making the wider-screen layout the exception.
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CSS Animations using Transitions with Conditional CSS, Stacked Rectangles

This is a somewhat elaborate example of how to use conditional CSS and transitions to create a fluid, responsive stack of rectangles that are polite enough to stack up when the screen is narrow. The idea is I’m working on is to have a menuing system that stacks when the screen shrinks.
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