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This is Part 3 of the Chrome Developer Tools Series. You can read the other parts here: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 (current post) Now that you know how to open Chrome Developer Tools and manipulate the DOM tree, it’s time to edit some styles. You can use DevTools to quickly add styles and Read More

This is Part 2 of the Chrome Developer Tools Series. You can read the other parts here: Part 1 Part 2 (current post) Part 3 Inspecting elements in the DOM tree view The DOM tree view in the Elements panel of Chrome Developer Tools shows you the HTML structure of the current page. You can Read More

This is Part 3 of the Chrome Developer Tools Series. You can read the other parts here: Part 1 (current post) Part 2 Part 3 Google Chrome is a great browser for speed and flexibility. It’s also an awesome tool for front-end development. In this series of posts I will demonstrate how to use Chrome Developer Read More

For most web developers, Bootstrap is probably the first CSS framework that comes to mind. But it is not the only framework out there. For my own WordPress development work I’ve settled on using Foundation as my front-end framework. Foundation is a front-end framework created by the folks at ZURB, and it is actually one Read More

You just installed a theme, but you notice that there are a few things not quite to your liking. You can’t change it in the options, so you’re left with getting your hands dirty with CSS. What is the best way to go about doing that? The first rule of editing WordPress styles is: directly editing the Read More