This guide shows how to implement LiveReload when developing using Foundation for Apps.
I accept there are quite a few reasons that you might continue to use Ruby Sass, but if some of the missing features aren’t going to cause you any problems it’s much faster to compile using libsass. My compilation times dropped from around 8.3s using ruby sass to 1.4s using libsass. A huge benefit when you’re repeatedly waiting for your new style to show up during development. Continue reading →
A common task for opticians is to change a spectacle Rx to compensate for changes in the distance from the lens to the eye. Most commonly this is required to change a glasses prescription into a contact lens prescription.
I’ve developed an online tool to help.
I’ve been looking at using Zurb Foundation’s Interchange for a while. Interchange uses media queries to load content that is appropriate for different users’ browsers. I’ve been wanting to serve up images at an appropriate resolution for a user’s device, and ideally I want this to happen automatically when I insert images into posts within WordPress.
This is a base theme to start your own WordPress theme utilising the marvellousness of Zurb’s Foundation 5. I’ve tried to keep the file structure as simple as possible, so you’ll want to build extra functionality into your theme, rather than spend time stripping useless stuff out. Continue reading →
Further to my previous post, I was wondering how to generate compressed CSS output when compiling SCSS files in Netbeans. Netbeans ignores the output_style setting in my config.rb file. I almost never read the generated CSS files, and so easily readable CSS is not a priority for me, however file size is.
This has taken me ages to find, so thought it might be useful! It’s embarrassingly simple in the end…
Whilst this might seem obvious to everyone except me, it’s taken me ages to find this out! This assumes you already have compass installed and useable from the command line. Continue reading →
This new theme for daviesoptical.co.uk is clean, bright and beautifully simple. Continue reading →
It’s a simple theme. The content and layout of the site is very predictable. Each post features an image 600px wide as the featured image / post thumbnail. Continue reading →