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Safari: quirky or rule follower?

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Internet Explorer still exists. Just. And while its last-supported version, Internet Explorer 11, generally behaves nicely, it’s the little things that can make...

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Bulma: road-testing the CSS framework

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I’ve been doing some research on CSS frameworks to determine their usefulness in my day to day work. I think every developer has heard of Bootstrap. And thousands...

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Autoprefixer helps me write better code

In a perfect world, everyone would play by the same rules. But the web isn't perfect. And different browsers need different helping hands to play the same game. Enter...

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Moving from LESS to SCSS

LESS has been such a handy way to work with CSS - especially when paired with CodeKit. When looking at which preprocessor to use, it was between LESS and SASS....

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The importance of scoping web development projects

I like to plan. I like lists. And while writing scoping documentation for a web dev project is not my favourite task (I much prefer the coding side of things),...

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Music

Hold On To You

A long weekend, and new tunes too. Some recent tracks, and a few from the past few years that I've just never integrated in to a mix before. Starting at 128bpm...

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Still Alive

It's been a while since I've had the decks out... and a recent Beatport sale saw my library grow by over 70 tracks... so thought I'd record a new mix. Never...

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Adding custom icons to your TinyMCE 5 Plugins

The TinyMCE 5 rich text editor launched in early 2019, and with it an improved interface to help developers build custom plugins. Firstly – read this to learn...

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I am the Development Director (and co-owner) at Mity Digital, a Melbourne-based digital agency specialising in responsive web design, custom web development and graphic design.
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