Experimenting with the WP REST API

As a quick weekend project, I added some ajax-y goodness to my site with the help of the WP REST API plugin (set to be included soon in WordPress core) and History.pushState. There are some bugs, namely I still need to get the appropriate Jetpack gallery, related posts and share button features to load when accessed via javascript, if […]

Simple Conditional Loading in WordPress

Over a year ago, Jeremy Keith wrote an excellent post on enhancing the performance of responsive sites by checking for a minimum screen width before loading secondary content such as related news and latest tweets. Mobile devices would just show a link to the content, thus keeping it accessible. In this post I’ll show how […]

Experimenting in HTML5 and CSS3

I decided to experiment with some of the new elements in HTML 5 and built my blog theme from scratch (with the help of the Carrington framework though). I’m now rolling article, section, header, footer and other stuff. Because IE needs a Javascript hack to enable support for these elements, I wouldn’t consider doing this […]