A small introduction to Jekyll and a guide to get you started with your own blog.
I have started on this new theme to improve my site and share the stuff I learn in the process.
I really like [WordPress SEO], it’s a nice plugin that does everything I need for SEO. But for long I have had a problem with the sitemap feature. My posts did not show up in the post-sitemap.
Being a developer is not the same as it was a couple of years ago. It was HTML, CSS and JS you had to cope with. These days it’s completely different.
currentColor is a quite unknown CSS value with good browser support, and i thought i should check it out and see if i could use it for something useful.
Inspired by Harry Roberts’ [talk about ITCSS] at Trondheim Developer Conference in October, i decided to use it for a redesign/optimization i was going to work on for a client at work.
Everyone has ideas and it’s a good thing we have them. But for me they can sometimes become an obstacle.
Command line tools are always useful. They can help you do stuff faster and be more productive. And with Node.js it’s really easy to create them yourself.
Last week I attended Trondheim Developer Conference [#tdconf] in Trondheim. It was the first conference I have attended and I must say it was fun and inspiring. I really liked going, and it was a nice way to learn new stuff and see interesting people you usually only see on Twitter.
Today i had to fix some bugs in a contributed drupal module in a project i’m working on, and to make sure my changes was not lost in a module upgrade i created a patch for them, and here is how i did it.
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