‘CSS’ Videos

  • Said El Bakkali: RTL (right to left) reloaded

    Said El Bakkali: RTL (right to left) reloaded

    WordPress MeetUp SevillaSpeaker: Said El Bakkali

    June 2, 2020 — WordPress a día de hoy se ha traducido a más de 100 idiomas, algunos de ellos se escriben de derecha a izquierda como son el Árabe, Persa, Ardu, Hebreo y otros más.

    Hacer que nuestros temas y plugins de WordPress sean compatibles con idiomas RTL (right to left) nos puede abrir a más mercados, ya que los hablantes de estas lenguas son cientos de millones.

    En este meetup vamos a aprender como hacer que nuestros temas y plugins de WordPress sean compatibles con idiomas RTL de manera sencilla y efectiva utilizando CSS y funciones nativas de WordPress además de otras buenas prácticas.

  • Camila Waz: Playful CSS

    Camila Waz: Playful CSS

    WordCamp Malaga 2020Speaker: Camila Waz

    May 10, 2020 — In this talk, we will, together, explore the intersection between Design & Code with CSS. New CSS properties are making our lives easier as designers and developers – working together in the name of the user experiences. Let’s get to know some of those new properties (like CSS custom properties, CSS grid and CSS logical properties) and get more familiar with old ones while discussing techniques and tricks to implement web design trends and bring back the creativity, right there in the browser.

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  • Mary Baum: Gutenberg: Let’s get visual!

    Mary Baum: Gutenberg: Let’s get visual!

    WordCamp Birmingham 2019Speaker: Mary Baum

    April 10, 2020 — First, I promise you I was never a disco fan. (You’re over 50 if you got that joke.)

    But I gotta say. Gutenberg has changed everything, and I’m over the moon.

    Standard layouts with grids of posts? Done in a couple of hours.

    Wild and crazy layouts, with all kinds of things going every which way? Again, Gutenberg’s the star!

    And not just in experimental for-designers’-eyes-only pages.

    But home pages. Archive pages. Pages of posts. Single posts. Even WooCommerce shop pages!

    So let’s get visual!

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  • Francesco Riggio: Css Me, Stupid! – 10 Cose che amo del Css

    Francesco Riggio: Css Me, Stupid! – 10 Cose che amo del Css

    WordPress Meetup Milano 2020Speaker: Francesco Riggio

    March 5, 2020 — Il CSS è il linguaggio che dà stile ai nostri siti in WordPress. In questo talk presento 10 soluzioni che amo di più, qualcuna che uso e insegno da anni, altre più recenti, per concludere con qualche novità che useremo nel futuro.

    Un po’ di codice, tanto amore, e due bassotti ad aiutarci.

  • José Ángel Vidania: Colecciones de bloques para WordPress

    José Ángel Vidania: Colecciones de bloques para WordPress

    WordCamp Zaragoza 2020Speaker: Jose Ángel Vidania

    January 21, 2020 — Las preguntas que últimamente más me realizan son:

    – ¿Cuál es la mejor colección de bloques para WordPress?
    – ¿Puedes aconsejarme una colección de bloques para WordPress?

    En esta ponencia trataré de dar respuesta a estas preguntas, mostrando las mejores colecciones de bloques que existen en la actualidad para utilizar en nuestras instalaciones de WordPress.

  • Simone Maranzana: Hai veramente bisogno di un framework css?

    Simone Maranzana: Hai veramente bisogno di un framework css?

    WordCamp Verona 2019Speaker: Simone Maranzana

    December 10, 2019 — Diciamo addio ai framework CSS ed esploriamo insieme le nuove tecniche che ci aiuteranno a realizzare e gestire ogni tipo di layout, in meno tempo.
    In questo talk analizzeremo i pro e i contro dei framework CSS più famosi, scopriremo perché oggi non è più necessario utilizzarli e come crearci un metodo di sviluppo front-end efficace, districandoci tra OOCSS, Atomic CSS, BEM e SMACSS.

  • David Wolfpaw: The Power of CSS: Cool Things To Do With Styles
  • Jessica Lyschik: CSS Grid in freier Wildbahn

    Jessica Lyschik: CSS Grid in freier Wildbahn

    WordCamp Stuttgart 2019Speaker: Jessica Lyschik

    November 10, 2019 — Seit CSS Grid im Jahr 2017 in modernen Browsern eingeführt wurde, können Entwickler endlich komplexe Layouts mit weniger Code erstellen. Allerdings funktioniert CSS Grid etwas anders als das, was Entwickler bisher mit CSS Frameworks umgesetzt haben. In diesem Talk möchte ich Beispiele zeigen, wie ich CSS Grid bisher auf Websites eingesetzt habe. Dazu gibt es noch Tipps für Fallback-Layouts, falls doch noch ältere Browser wie Internet Explorer 10 oder 11 unterstützt werden müssen. Denn das sollte heute keine Ausrede mehr sein, CSS Grid nicht zu benutzen!

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  • David Wolfpaw: The Power of CSS: Cool Things To Do With Styles

    David Wolfpaw: The Power of CSS: Cool Things To Do With Styles

    WordCamp Birmingham 2019Speaker: David Wolfpaw

    October 11, 2019 — Frontend Developers are trained to work with JavaScript, and to use it to create interactivity on sites. But there are plenty of cool things that you can do with standard HTML and CSS.

    Whether it’s fitting images into boxes, fitting boxes onto screens, or filling screens with beautifully animated user interactions, CSS can have you covered!

  • Jessica Lyschik: CSS Grid in the Wild

    Jessica Lyschik: CSS Grid in the Wild

    WordCamp Zurich 2019Speaker: Jessica Lyschik

    September 25, 2019 — Since CSS Grid was introduced in modern browsers in 2017, developers finally are able to create complex layouts with less code. CSS Grid works a bit differently than the CSS frameworks developers are used to, so there’s a learning curve to get it. In this talk I want to show some examples how to use CSS Grid on websites, including either support or fallback layouts for Internet Explorer 10 and 11. Because this shouldn’t be an excuse anymore not to use CSS Grid today!

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