All the work you’re doing to hiding your code is about as useful as preventing right-click on images.
Managing the icons in a more visual way sometimes means offering more education.
I love fonts. They’re a great way to make your site unique. Back in the early 2010s, we were all using them all over the place. It’s time to retire them.
Understanding symbols and their meanings in the real world application isn’t always as easy as we’d wish.
The more likely a person is to test Beta and RC, the less likely they are to have bad code.
Open, closed, and in between, we can’t always discuss everything we work on.
The drama is that which we brought on ourselves.
Making your checklists fly.
Never trust input.
Obvious plugins are the best plugins.
The circle of hell of dependencies is one we may never climb out of.
What men in dresses, fake geek girls, and coders all have in common.