February 27, 2018 — Who’s ready to start using CSS grids in WordPress? Welp – I’ve got ‘em going in a couple Genesis child themes. Browsers are all in with support. They work with Flexbox, so we can use both at once. And they help make previously painful layout problems solve themselves. So let’s take a look at the hard work of the two engineers who have spent years getting these blocks stacking – CSS celebs Jen Simmons and Rachel Andrew. Let’s take a look at the simplest ways to use Grid, because at that level it’s pretty much indistinguishable from magic. For one thing, you can save floats for wrapping text around objects (and the swimming pool). For another, you can cut a whole lot of cruft from a style sheet. So what’re you waiting for? Let’s get our themes on the grid!
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.
December 1, 2017 — CSS Grids are here! In this talk, I’ll go over the basics of the new specification including:
* The history of layouts in CSS and how we got here
* How CSS Grids differ from Flexbox
* How to apply them to responsive design
* Browser support
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 — We’ve all been there. Your site looks beautiful on mobile, tablet, and desktop but 768 pixels to 900 pixels is a disaster. Creating a truly responsive website experience goes beyond using bootstrap. Frontend Developers consistently find themselves creating elaborate sets of Media Queries that are time consuming to create and difficult to maintain.
This talk will explore browser-compatible innovations in CSS that you should start employing in place of Media Queries. The end result will save time and create more adaptive web experiences.
We will explore practical use cases for the calc() function, Flexbox, and Mozilla’s CSS Grid.
October 7, 2017 — Спецификации JS и CSS стремительно развиваются, существенно облегчая жизнь разработчикам. Однако, что-то заставляет разработчиков отказываться от современных спецификаций в пользу поддержки старых браузеров. Почему? Что мы теряем и из-за кого? Давайте разберёмся с этим вопросом раз и навсегда.
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.