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You really don’t want to spend hours manually testing every part of your WordPress plugin to ensure nothing is broken every time you deploy a new version — do you? In this tutorial, you will learn how to test efficiently with automated testing.
Private equity capital has boomed in recent decades, and many entrepreneurs see it as the end goal when starting up their new ventures. But is it really the silver bullet it’s made out to be? We’ll look into the chances your business has at …
(This article is supported by Adobe.) Traditionally used for emphasizing key text, underlines have found a place in online experience, too. In this article, we’ll find out when and why underlines should be used in our digital products.
Turn off your notifications for holidays. The world will keep spinning just fine. An upcoming live session with Denys Mishunov with tips and lifehacks for a better work-life balance. Dec 19. Always free for Smashing Members. Check the details.
To celebrate the relaunch of this little website, we’ve prepared something special yet again — a Smashing Emoji Mystery Riddle.
You might never have heard the phrase ‘Block Formatting Context’, but if you have used CSS for layout you probably already know what it does. In this article I’ll explain the existing ways to create a Block Formatting Context, why it is …
When designing a website, it’s important to focus on better understanding the folks who will visit the website. If you haven’t allowed user feedback to influence the design and content of your website, then it’s probably time you …
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Write Software shares a tutorial about useful Dev Tools features in Chrome and Firefox that help you debug your Progressive Web Apps. A real-world example to follow along is included.
Abstract Syntax Trees (ASTs) are at the core of many tools developers use every day. Gabriele Petronella explains what these data structures do and how they work.
Even small missteps in styling links can mean the difference between a usable and unusable experience for screen reader users. Maggie Wachs shares a recipe for accessible links that works for good.
Open source software is thriving. Kent C. Dodds and Sarah Drasner share a bullet point list of open source etiquette that helps make the community a better place. For maintainers and users alike.
The Paciello Group examined the current accessibility support status of HTML5 features across major browsers. A good overview to find out if you need to supplement with ARIA or if assistive technology is supported right out of the box.