Blog

Weekly blogs documenting my coding journey.

First time using FoundationPress

One of my clients use FoundationPress as their starter WordPress theme, so as a test of my adaptation skills I decided to test it out by building a bespoke …

Simple Gulp boilerplate

Gulp is a very useful tool to quickly consolidate and automate tedious tasks like compiling Sass or minifying .js files. I’ve found it very versatile, from creating simple landing …

5 useful jQuery libraries

Below I’ve consolidated a list of 5 jQuery libraries I’ve used abundantly when creating my bespoke WordPress themes or websites for clients. Although react is taking over as the …

10 Essential WordPress plugins

After many years of experimenting and getting lost in WordPress, I must say it’s had many ups and many downs and when a another down strikes, a plugin tends …

GatsbyJS homepage with WordPress

From beginning my journey a few weeks back with GatbyJS I instantly fell in love with it. Despite the initial learning curve, if you have a solidish background in …

Top 4 resources to learn git

From beginning my front-end journey I’ve found Git to be the most invaluable piece of software to use. Just thought I’d compile a list of links that will help …

How do you center content in css?

Centering content in CSS can be rather confusing, sometimes it’s just the matter of applying text-align: center; and by magic everything centers. Below are the 4 main CSS methods I use …

Domino block

A quite a popular block in web development is what I like to call the domino. It consists of two boxes seamlessly sitting side by side which usually both …