this is an update of “CSS Variables in Firefox 29” featuring the new syntax for CSS Variables.
The W3C has published a working draft introducing CSS Variables. Firefox 31 is just out and supports native CSS Variables out of the box.
I updated my CodePen with the new syntax:
Continue reading CSS Variables in Firefox 31 – new syntax
In June 2013 I created an organization on GitHub for two main reasons. First, I wanted to separate my serious repositories from the shitty ones. Why open sourcing shitty projects in the first place? Because reasons(!) and, why so serious(!?) and, open source everything (!!!).
Continue reading #BULLVERSARY – one year of bullsh… bullgit
Thanks to Birgit Olzem and the lively discussion started by Caspar Hübinger’s blog post about the german WordPress Community it is now possible to translate the WordPress Codex to german directly on wordpress.org
Continue reading Let’s translate the WordPress Codex to German!
One year in an awesome community – my round-up
It all started on Twitter in April 2013 when I decided to create an account with my real name.
Continue reading My first year in the WordPress Community
The W3C has published a working draft introducing CSS Variables. Firefox 29 is just out and you can enable variables via about:config by setting layout.css.variables.enabled to true.
I came across the setting in the about:config while checking out this Pen by Dennis Gaebel. I immediately started playing around with CSS Variables and this Pen is the result:
Continue reading CSS Variables in Firefox 29
So, this is Ghost. Looks interesting. A few things that i like, and some more that i don’t like about it. All written from a WordPress perspective…
Continue reading My opinion on Ghost
To all you digital natives and webby-web heavy users out there – lean back and try to imagine your life without the interwebs. I know it’s hard, right? But try it anyway.
Continue reading Imagine your life without the web
dev: (driving around in his car)
input: hey, can i have a ride?
dev: yeah, but you don’t fit in here
input: sure i do
dev: look at you, you are like 150% fat
Continue reading the annoying input – a short story