Articles about: SCSS

JS

Bulma, Vue and Webpack: oh my!

I’m working on a new project. Well, actually, no, it’s the rebuild of an old project. Written for PHP4/5 old. And yet, because I rock, still runs on PHP7. But…...

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CSS

Autoprefixer helps me write better code

In a perfect world, everyone would play by the same rules. But the web isn't perfect. And different browsers need different helping hands to play the same game. Enter...

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CSS

Moving from LESS to SCSS

LESS has been such a handy way to work with CSS - especially when paired with CodeKit. When looking at which preprocessor to use, it was between LESS and SASS....

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Still Alive

It's been a while since I've had the decks out... and a recent Beatport sale saw my library grow by over 70 tracks... so thought I'd record a new mix. Never...

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JS

Adding custom icons to your TinyMCE 5 Plugins

The TinyMCE 5 rich text editor launched in early 2019, and with it an improved interface to help developers build custom plugins. Firstly – read this to learn...

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CSS

Exploring Tailwind CSS in Laravel

I’ve been building things for the web since somewhere in the 90s, starting out with GeoCities, static HTML and CSS. Flash forward over 20 years, and the web is,...

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PHP

“Hello, World!” in the real world

“Hello, World!” means something to most programmers – after all, it is most probably the very first thing you wrote code about. I know that my first year...

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I am the Development Director (and co-owner) at Mity Digital, a Melbourne-based digital agency specialising in responsive web design, custom web development and graphic design.
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