Mobile Matters! Google to change Search Rankings

If you’ve done a Google Search on your mobile device recently, you may have noticed that Google adds a bit of text in the search results alerting you to the fact that a website is (or is not) mobile friendly. This can have a big impact on your website’s search ranking.
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Friday Scrapple

There are lots of links to share today, so it’s time for another Scrapple.

Fix wp_nav_menu on Custom Type Archives in WordPress

Recently I was working with an issue in WordPress where the site’s menu was not showing up on an archive page for one of my custom post types. There were a few troubleshooting things I tried, including the most common recommendation, use theme_location instead of menu when referencing the menu in your theme (code after the jump):

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Draw Cherries using HTML5 Canvas

I’m teaching a class on 2D Animation this semester and opted to use web technologies such as HTML5 Canvas, CSS Transitions, and Javascript. In this tutorial we are going to use the canvas element to draw 2 cherries with stems. I’m having my class use CodePen for their assignments, so this tutorial kind of assumes that. If you want to see the final product, head on over here.
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