When Tim Berners-Lee announced HTML in 1991 there was no method of styling pages. How a given HTML tag was rendered was determined by the browser, often with significant input from the user’s preferences. To many, it seemed like a good idea to create a standard way for pages to ‘suggest’ how they might prefer to be rendered stylistically.
“If you have a disability, what’s the hardest thing about browsing the web?” The answers to Safia Abdalla’s tweet are truly eye-opening and shows us what web accessibility should really be about.
from Pressjitsu: Don’t Cache WP_Query Objects
Cache the HTML you create from the query instead.
The only legacy code I’m updating these days is mine…
I always wary of things with “ultimate” in the title, but this isn’t a bad overview: Ultimate Guide to WordPress Functions and Theme Anatomy
- Carl Alexander – The Man in the Middle: Designing a class to generate HTML content in WordPress
- WordPress – locate_template
- Pure – A set of small, responsive CSS modules that you can use in every web project.