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Make wp-caption the same (responsive) width as the Image

I was working on a problem last week in WordPress where the caption for an image was extending the whole width of the container, not staying the width of the image. This make sense – the image is inside the .wp-caption container. So how to we fix it? Let me tell you!

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.

2015: Resolving to Do More, and Less

Every year I publish my list of resolutions as well as a scorecard from the previous year. For 2015, I’ve redesign the site (well, I used HTML5 Boilerplate) and broke my resolutions down into 2 categories: “Do More” and “Do Less.”

A Commitment to Committing

If I can say one thing about working at Crowd Favorite, it’s that I’ve learned a lot about git and Github. From using the basic command line tools to working closely with submodules, I can say I understand git much more today than I did 3 months ago. Earlier this week, my friend Colin challenged me to 30 …

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WordPress and .gitignore

Updates have been added after the jump! In the coming weeks I’ll likely put a lot of my own personal code (as in, not code people pay me to write) in public repos on Github. A lot of my work is WordPress related so I’ll make a local repo at the root of some WordPress …

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Building Web Apps with WordPress

I just finished reading up a book that was co-written by my friend Jason Coleman called Building Web Apps with WordPress. I picked it up because while I’m generally good at developing themes, I know there were some things I was missing- types of code, optimizations, plugin best practices, etc. I wanted to improve my WordPress …

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