The big buzzwords in CSS these days are “modular” and “responsive”—and for good reasons. But we’re still trying to achieve those goals with the wrong tool: Media Queries. What we actually need is a tool that doesn’t exist yet: Element Queries.
- TIL you can right-click with the eyedropper tool in Photoshop to get a “Copy Color’s Hex Code” option. – Check out the screenshot
- By holding shift you can also sample up to 4 points at a time with the eyedropper tool. – Check out the screenshot
- Pressing Shift + TAB will hide all panels (Layers, Channels,…) except the toolbar.
The Windows of New York project is a weekly illustrated fix to graphic designer José Guízar’s obsession with the windows and fire escapes of NYC.
The process of coding a static website in HTML & CSS without worrying about complete functionality or CMS integration.
An interesting little factoid that I stumbled upon fiddling around with Favicons is you can use the get_avatar built-in function to get your gravatar as a favicon on your WordPress blog. Please note this will only work if your WordPress blog admin email and gravatar email are the same and is achieved simply by adding this simple line of code in your theme’s header.php file in the <head> section.
<!– Gravatar as Favicon –>
<link rel=”shortcut icon” href=”<?php echo get_avatar( get_option( ‘admin_email’ ), ’16′ ); ?> ” />