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Sliders Don’t Suck and Here’s Why Your WordPress Site Needs One

By seorocket / 10 months ago

Sliders and carousels were a really hot design trend a few years ago. You would’ve been hard-pressed to find a website that didn’t have some sort of rotating element on the homepage – especially above the fold. But then something changed. Designers and developers started to abandon sliders for static imagery. As the interest in […]

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The State of CSS Reflections

By seorocket / 10 months ago

I recently saw this loader on CodePen, a pure CSS 3D rotating set of bars with a fading reflection. It’s done by using an element for each bar, then duplicating each and every one of these elements to create the reflection and finally adding a gradient cover to create the fading effect. Which sounds a […]

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A Quick Look at the React and Redux DevTools

By seorocket / 10 months ago

I’m still quite a newbie at this stuff, but I think the development tooling around React and Redux is pretty dang impressive. Direct Link to Article — Permalink A Quick Look at the React and Redux DevTools is a post from CSS-Tricks

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JavaScript, WordPress and the REST API: Sorting Fact from Fiction

By seorocket / 10 months ago

Are you thinking about using the REST API for your WordPress site? Maybe you’ve been reading all about it, are intrigued but are put off by some of the disadvantages of working with JavaScript that you may have heard about. When it comes to getting to grips with JavaScript and the REST API, it’s not […]