Tag: css

  • Brackets and Sass

    Brackets and Sass

    The WordPress theme I run on eichefam.net is one I’ve built myself from the ground up. I had initially set it up using Less to compile the stylesheet, but I really wasn’t using any of its advantages (like nesting, loops, that kind of thing) over plain old CSS. After doing some reading, I came to […]

  • Panel View for Keep 2.1

    Panel View for Keep 2.1

    I’ve pushed out an update for my Chrome extension, Panel View for Keep. It’s just a minor update, bringing it up to version 2.1.

  • Updated Panel View for Play Music

    Updated Panel View for Play Music

    Just a minor extension update. I fixed the hamburger menu, among other things.

  • Update for Keep Extension

    Good news, kids! I’ve just pushed out an update for my Chrome extension, Panel View for Keep. It’s really just a visual refresh, following Google’s recent update.

  • Update to Serene child theme

    Update to Serene child theme

    I was playing around with my Serene child theme and added some style to the image post format. By the way, if you have any name ideas, shoot them my way. “Serene child theme” is so bleh.

  • Child theme for Serene

    Child theme for Serene

    Not long ago, I came across a beautiful WordPress theme called Serene. It’s designed for large screens, but it’s also responsive, so it looks good on small screens, too. I decided to switch out my current theme, Twenty Thirteen, in favor of Serene.

  • CSS envelope and letter

    CSS envelope and letter

    I came across a tutorial online that caught my eye. It wasn’t the tutorial itself that I liked, though; it was the image they used in the header.

  • CSS animation

    I had an idea to create an animation of an envelope opening, and a piece of paper being removed and unfolded. This is the result.

  • So Keep was updated yesterday

    … and it’s about time. I had begun to wonder if they’d forgotten all about it. I decided to check out Google’s official Chrome app again, in case they’d added anything new, like maybe account switching. They haven’t. (Account switching, by the way, is supported in my extension. Just sayin’.)

  • Keep extension update

    Keep extension update

    In an attempt to get my Google Keep extension accepted once again into the Chrome web store, I have rebranded it. In the meantime, however, I have updated it to version 1.7 and committed the changes to its Github project. Read on for change highlights.

  • Keep extension update

    Keep extension update

    I made a slight update to my Keep extension today. Check out the details below or get the latest from Github.

  • The best CSS evar

    * { -webkit-box-sizing: border-box; -moz-box-sizing: border-box; box-sizing: border-box; } W3C really screwed up the box model. This will make your webs better. (It doesn’t work in IE7, but why are you still supporting it anyway?)