NOTE: Apparently my version no longer works for Coda > 2.0.2. Try the newer versions made available by Matthew and deryckoe. Thanks guys! If you’ve updated to Coda 2 and have been using the excellent WordPress Syntax Mode by Thorsten, you need to copy it (and any other modes you’ve been using) over to ~/Library/Application… Continue reading Fix WordPress Syntax Mode for Coda 2
Eye tracking can be a terribly useful and important tool. Still, this tweet by Jared Spool struck a chord. It also reminds me of some research I was involved in once. I won’t say which one.
Responsive design shouldn’t be just about checking screen width and removing stuff on mobile devices, even though this is what it often amounts to. I also admit to doing this myself. Designing with a mobile first approach is sensible, but we run into problems with the typical wireframes/photoshop/html pixel-perfect workflow. Stephanie Rieger made this excellent presentation… Continue reading On Pragmatic Responsive Design
Sorry about the feed spam yesterday, all the duplicate entries were caused by an unattended redirect loop which is now hopefully fixed. Let me know if you still have problems.
The latest WordPress 3.3 includes a fix that removes the performance problems related to using just /%postname%/ as your permalink structure without any prefixing dates/numbers. According to Joost de Valk, using dates in URL’s can result in poor click-through-rate, so I thought I’d go ahead and make the switch. Check out the instructions on Joost’s… Continue reading Simplify permalinks for better SEO