I’ve adopted a similar strategy to Tom. I use functions.php as a bootloader of sorts for all of my theme-specific dependencies. Breaking out things like Custom Post Type/Taxonomy registration from other logic like Walkers has proven to be extremely helpful both when initially building & revisiting projects down the line.
Posted: May 01, 2014
I love that this concept now has a label in my mind. I’ve often wondered what it is I like so much about OmniFocus. Truth be told trying to manage and organize all of these seemingly menial tasks constantly looks to be wicked tedious from the outside. Somehow I stick with it and reading this […]
Posted: January 28, 2013
It’s important to constantly improve yourself, even when you’ve become completely comfortable with it. CSS is a simple technology, but putting proper thought behind it can make a stylesheet beautiful.
Posted: June 01, 2009
There are many ways to organize and optimize your CSS. This document discusses some of those methods.
Posted: September 01, 2008
Nearly a year ago, I jotted down a few CSS techniques that I use day to day. Some tips included controlling browser defaults, avoiding box model headaches, stylesheet organization, and using a color glossary. I find myself using many of these techniques a year later, but had some updates that might make the lives of some a bit easier.
Posted: January 14, 2008
Offering a short list of ways I feel can help you become a better designer/developer. In the spirit of the Improving Your Process theme as well as 9rules, I present: 9 Ways to Improve Yourself as a Web Designer/Developer. This list strays from the technical side of things and sticks to a more generalized overview of your process as a whole.
Posted: July 30, 2007
Templating and theming is a great way to help Improve Your Process by giving a solid foundation to work from, as well as providing a way to future proof your websites.
Posted: June 04, 2007