1. The Best Tricks and Extensions to Make Wikipedia Awesome

Good time to learn how to use Wikipedia.

2. Links with Inline SVG, Staying on Target with Events | CSS-Tricks

It’s pretty common to use SVG within an anchor link or otherwise “click/tappable thing” on a web page. It’s also increasingly common that the SVG is inline , because it’s often nice having the SVG in the DOM since you can style it with CSS and script it with JS and such. But what does that mean for click events?

3. Gromf: WordPress boilerplate using Foundation 5(based on Roots.io) | Foundation Forum from ZURB

Hi! I’ve been using Roots starter theme(http://roots.io/) for a few projects now(check it out, it’s awesome), but since Foundation(SASS) is more my style than Bootstrap(LESS) I decided to fork Roots and customize it to make use of Foundation 5 and Gulp.js(instead of Grunt).

I’m not trying to do a Roots take-over here, but I thought sharing it here would be a good thing in case someone else wanted a Roots.io + Foundation 5 boilerplate/starter-theme.

Use, fork, pull:

4. Responsive Design Begins With The URL | Smashing Magazine

The BBC’s Programmes website is huge, and is intended to be a rolling archive of everything that the BBC broadcasts on television and radio. Originally released in 2007, it now has pages for over 1.6 million episodes, but that’s barely half of the story.

Surrounding those episodes is a wealth of content, including clips, galleries, episode guides, character profiles and much more, plus Programme’s newly responsive home pages.

5. Animating Background Colors

As promised in my previous post, I will be sharing some of the scripts used on the Themify redesign. Today I’m going to share the animating background color script as seen on the site. It is a simple jQuery script that animates a series of background colors in a loop. It runs smoothly on desktop, tablet, and even mobile devices.

6. Moving Forward with CSS Shapes ∙ An A List Apart Blog Post

If you liked my CSS Shapes 101 article last week and are as excited about CSS Shapes as I am, then you may find a list of resources to dig deeper into CSS Shapes useful. In this post, I’m going to share with you some resources that can help you dig deeper into CSS Shapes that I’ve compiled (and written) over the time I’ve been working with Shapes.

7. Free Template: Responsive Shopping Cart | Tutorialzine

Mobile devices don’t exist only for checking your social network accounts. All kinds of websites, from shops to forums, can be made quick and fun to use on a phone or tablet, if you implement the right UI modifications. We present you with a free template – a fully responsive and pretty shopping cart.

8. How to Move WordPress to a New Host or Server With No Downtime

Are you frustrated with your current hosting provider? Has your site grown enough that you need to switch hosting or move to a different server? Having the risk of downtime and potential data loss worries most users. In this article, we will show you how to move your WordPress site to a new host or server with no downtime. The goal is to learn the migration process and make it painless and swift.

9. How to Remove or Replace The WordPress Visual Editor

The WordPress visual editor is a user-friendly WYSIWYG editor, which allows content to be easily formatted. It works word processors such as Microsoft Word. For example, to make a word bold, all you need to do is highlight the word and then click on the bold icon.

The visual editor, is one of the reasons that WordPress can be used by beginners and experts alike. No coding experience is required to publish great looking articles as images, lists and quotes can easily be inserted into your content.

10. Nick Pelton: WP-to-JS And Back Again | WordPress.tv

WordPress is an amazing tool. JavaScript makes it even better. Learn how to push data from WP-to-JS and back again in this primer on AJAX. Key takeaways will be several methods making WP and JS work together as well as some tips and tricks for better performance.