Over the last few months, a lot of my workflow has changed and it’s certainly introduced me to new methods, as well as improve old ones. One of them was getting into CSS preprocessors, which is very useful for writing CSS in a developer-friendly way but also is helpful when working in teams and can make better CSS organisation.
I’ve used Wordpress for over 4 years now, and I love it to absolute bits, but I often get questions about Wordpress, particularly at the beginner level. These include on where to start, understanding the basics of Wordpress, getting the best out of the CMS, and pointers on building themes. Here, I’ll lay out some pointers for the intermediate Wordpress developer, wanting to get into using Wordpress and getting started on Theme Development.
At the start of the year, I think of what it could possibly bring, and what potential the year could possibly bring to my career, as well as what I want to achieve in that space of time. 2013 is no exception, and there are many things I am hopeful of achieving as well many things I hopeful of achieving over the course of the year, so I thought I’d list out some of the things I hope will happen over the course of the year.