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Grunterie – Another Foundation Theme for WordPress

Foundation’s hot right now and I swear by it. Having used both Bootstrap and Foundation, I quickly decided that Foundation was the framework for me and I use it for everything. It’s really clean, easy to work with and I don’t have to fight with it to get what I want. I do a lot […]

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Debugging SASS with Chrome Dev Tools

Disclaimer, I got this to work but these are notes from my first attempt so some of this may be overkill. A lot of the information I found was over a year old so I’m probably using some work-arounds that are no longer necessary. I’ll be back to make corrections as needed. If you notice […]

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SSH in to multiple Vagrant VM’s in Windows using PuPHPet and Port Forwarding

Update March 10th, 2014: After spending an extra five minutes this morning trying to ssh in with my the virtual machine IP, instead of using my local IP with the forwarded port, I was able to get it work. I don’t know why this hasn’t worked for me in the past unless I’ve just been […]

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Ten Things Every WordPress Pro Should Know About

When I started using WordPress it was not nearly as powerful as it is now. Over time, the internet’s favorite open source Content management system has picked up a lot of really cool features that make it easier to work with and more capable of powering more dynamic and robust websites. When I really started […]

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Thoughts on Responsive Frameworks

Working with responsive frameworks can make responsive web design cleaner and easier and considerably reduce development time. The fact that responsive frameworks combine responsive and mobile-first web design, CSS pre-processing languages, and other cutting edge trends makes them one of my favorite topics to follow in web development.