December 12, 2017 — Bob will introduce you to the principles of this exciting new CSS Module, show demos of uniquely designed layouts and code examples of how they can be created for WordPress
December 10, 2017 — Discover ten handy tips in as many minutes for customizing your WordPress site with CSS. From quick techniques to hide elements you’d rather not see – to sneaky ways to add in extra bits of text, this talk for CSS newcomers will show you just how useful CSS can be. It’ll whet your appetite for more and suggest where to continue your CSS journey after the ten minutes whiz by.
November 19, 2017 — Aunque tu tema de WordPress sea precioso y hasta lo encargaste de forma personalizada, muchas veces encontramos pequeños bugs que se pueden resolver con una pequeña línea de código. En esta charla hablaremos de los más solicitados en mi día a día y la forma de resolverlos.
In this session, you’ll get an intro to:
Pseudo elements (:before, :after, :nth-child)
Transitions & Animations
Browser Support and Graceful Fallbacks for all of the above!
For some sections of this session, we’ll talk about SCSS mixins. You can also achieve the same results with a little more pure CSS, so while some knowledge of Sass is great, it isn’t necessary. Labeled as “intermediate,” as this session does require a basic knowledge of CSS.
November 19, 2017 — Descripción de algunas de las características y ventajas que presentan los layouts con Grid frente al uso de FlexBox o flotaciones en CSS
October 7, 2017 — Check out all newest things that CSS can bring to WordPress theme development: CSS Filters, Feature Queries, Native Mixins, Grid Layout, Native Variables, and more. Learn how they work and when to use them. For theme designers.
October 5, 2017 — CSS Grid is getting some major browser support these days. What is it? How can you apply it? and why should you care? We’ll handle these questions and look at how you can start to apply grid workflows in your WordPress themes the next day.
October 3, 2017 — You always start with the best of intentions. The parent/starter theme you begin your custom site with has a beautifully laid out style.css file. You do your best to keep everything organized and logical, but in the throes of deadlines and CSS frustrations things get ugly. Maybe you’ve heard of Sass and don’t know how to begin. Maybe you’ve used Sass and aren’t quite seeing the light yet. We’ll go over how to begin with Sass and how to use the Inverted Triangle way of organizing Sass to help you keep your sanity throughout the entire project.