Making symbol icons with a Font Awesome fallback? Why not!
Protecting your site by disabling right click is the wrong answer.
If you were here on Friday, I talked about the headache of using SVGs on AMP pages. In that post I mentioned that one of the fixes was to ‘clean’ the SVG file. Why would be bother? The simple answer is that smaller files are better. But as we learned with AMP being picky, it’s… Read more about Cleaning up SVGs
If you’re too lazy to read, the answer is “Don’t use SVGs on AMP pages.”
Smashing images into smaller and smaller images for faster and faster loading.
Compressing images to make your site load faster is all fun and games, until someone loses an eye.
Too bad they don’t love me as much as I want them to.
I had a small issue with uploading images on Ghost. I solved it. I feel smart.
A little more featured image magic for your day.
How to add a new column on the WordPress Media Library to show the ID.
Sundays are for Coding for Me. This weekend I upgraded to PHP 5.4, which meant I had to reinstall my two favorite extensions and added a new one.
Hotlinking is putting a link to someone else’s webpage’s graphic on your site. This is also called bandwidth theft. Directly linking to a website’s files (images, video, etc.) means that when someone accesses your website, they draw bandwidth from another. If you use an IMG tag to show a picture from someone else’s page on… Read more about Hotlink Protection