CSS GRID Fallback for IE using SASS Lists

When placing items in a CSS Grid, in modern browsers we can rely on auto-placement to do most of the heavy lifting for us, however when providing support for IE10 & 11, we have to write CSS code to explicitly place all of your items in the Grid. This is because auto-placement is not supported... Continue Reading →

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CSS Multicolour border and gradient

Recently I was asked to create a container that had a top border with a gradient applied to fade the border from blue to purple. But, the container also needed a background gradient that matched the border, and also faded out to white before the content started. Like this: There are lots of ways to... Continue Reading →

WordCamp London 2019

I am super proud to be able to say that I am one of the organisers of WordCamp London 2019! WordCamp London has always been such a special conference. Over the years I've attended, I've met so many great people and learnt so much. It is fantastic to have the opportunity to be able to... Continue Reading →

A new chapter

So I have some big news! As of today, I am now a WordPress Engineer for HumanMade! As many of you know, I have spent the last two years working as the lead frontend developer for a local Magento agency. This pushed me into a new field and different direction from the WordPress community I... Continue Reading →

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