Development, JavaScript, Responsive Web, WordPress

How to load images responsively with WordPress

When building or modifying a theme for WordPress that is responsive you’ll likely encounter a small issue around image sizes.

How can you display the optimal image for each viewing device to optimize the speed?

This is a very important area to consider as you don’t want mobile users spending a lot of time waiting for an image to download. This article will walk through a common scenario where you need to display images in a gallery or carousel. Continue reading

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Development, JavaScript

JavaScript Tidbit #1 – object keys and single quotes

Well it’s official, I let my personal blog get dated… as it happens when you have a “busy” life. That being said, my summer resolution is to post up all the things I learn and feel will be useful for the web development community. Instead of crafting  lengthy long posts which take a while to prepare, I’ve decided to take the microblog approach and  share daily learnings or concepts I’ve recently found useful to be reminded about.

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Business, Development, General

Playspedia – my latest creation

Playspedia is my latest creation that I’ve taken on for 2011. In short, it’s the Ultimate playbook for people to share animated plays with dragging and dropping, and annotating each step. My brother and I created this after running the Ultimatehandbook for many years and realized there was not a simple way for Ultimate players to illustrate plays online. While it’s still in its very early stages, Playspedia has been quickly adopted by the community and shared on various blogs.

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