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  1. Reviewing Gutenberg Revisited: The Issues Remaining with WordPress’ New Editor

    Note: Like the last article, this one is also reprinted from my Medium account. But hey, given TAZ is a community of web developers and forum admins, I thought they'd like to hear a bit more Gutenberg and its issues too. It’s time to return to Gutenberg, and see how things have changed. Cause a month or so ago, I reviewed it in a lengthy review. In said review, I went over its pros and cons, the bits that were there and needed work, and the various use cases the editor had. In that post, I...
  2. Default Browser Styles Should be the new Quirks Mode

    As virtually every web developer knows, default CSS styles vary widely between browsers. Whether it’s the rounded, gradient based looks present in Safari or the more blocky one used by IE and Firefox, these differences end up leaving developers stuck using resets to get everything back to normal. Which makes me wonder: Would it work better if we just… disabled the default browser styles in many circumstances? Because at the end of the day, they’re not relevant for most websites. They’re...
  3. Reviewing Gutenberg: Is WordPress’ New Editor Up to Scratch?

    Let’s talk Gutenberg No, not the printing press or the bloke who invented it a few hundred years ago. The new WordPress editor that’s now available WordPress 5, which aims to replace the crumbling old TinyMCE layout with a more modern, block based alternative. It’s a big project, and it’s one that’s gotten a mixed reception throughout its development cycle. Some people love it and consider it the future of WordPress. Some dislike it to the point they made a fork to get rid of it...
  4. Why I think forums as we once knew them are dead!

    During the early 2000's you could put up a forum and wave the magic wand and presto you had a forum and you had forum members. And I can tell you from a user's perspective 90% of the forums that I have found over the years, I have found them by google searches. And 10% were recommended to me by other users of the forum. Fast forward to 2017 and 99.99% of google searches are going to bring up blogs, social media, youtube, and google itself. (When google shows a excerpt of a website) I did...
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