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Everyone loves a redirect, they're the glue that holds a redesign together and the main reason your client's keep phoning you up. Here's a good chunk of them to use on your website.
A practical account on how we can utilise WordPress hooks within our theme and plugin development.
In a world where there are more tools than there are developers, how can we take back control of our projects to ensure maintainability for the future?
Something that far too many developers go through without even realising it. I'd urge you to take 5 minutes out of your day to give this a read, you may empathize with it more than first thought.
You know those little hash links at the side of each heading on every blog post here at Assortment? This is how you can dynamically create them.
A step-by-step guide on how you can start to enhance your WordPress dashboard with bespoke widgets.
A quick look at some of the new features from the CSS Grid Specification Level 1 and what they mean for the future of our CSS layouts.
Everyone has there own little list of snippets for their favourite Text Editors. Here's my most useful ones for Sublime Text 3.
Chris Coyier explains the differences between the new CSS Variables and it's preprocessor counterpart and when to use one over the other. A quick read for a lunch break.
Looking into how we can utilise Capistrano 3 as a basic deployment workflow for any and all projects.
By using Gulp as a build tool and providing fallbacks for older browsers.