David Walsh has a great article of how to toggle element state using Chrome and Firebug, but using the Firefox Dev Tools Inspector is a little different. Using these tools you need to hover over the element (rather than the rules) and ‘right-click’ to toggle the state.
“Add this code to your theme’s function file.” – Quite possibly one of the most used statements in WordPress tutorials (well, something like that). However, this statement is often teaching the wrong location for adding actions & filters.
I rarely read long articles. If an article looks like it might take twenty minutes to read, I graze over it (most of the time). However, this update is not about others’ writing practices, it’s about my own.
In addition to finding no enjoyment in reading long articles, I also do not enjoy writing. Ever since my freshman high school English class, I knew I did not enjoy writing.
After years of grasping for A’s I have developed the skills to compose stories that captivate, excel grammatically and bring tears to readers’ eyes (maybe not), but I still dislike writing.
It’s not you, it’s me.
Now you know why I do not write often. Why, even though I tell myself I am going to write more, the process never starts. I simply have little interest in writing long articles; as such, writing is a task I strive to avoid.
With that being said, I do want write more often. I feel I can accomplish this if I endeavor to keep my word count under 200. I may not always have the ability to follow this practice, but I will try.
Guess I get an A for this article though, right?
An update for my email subscribers.
Made some changes to the way I send emails. You can read about them here or, if you’re not on the list, you can subscribe.
CSS `word-wrap` property has a very unique feature which allows us to keep long words from (seemingly) breaking the layout of the site. However, Korean (also other languages) characters are broken right in the middle of the words, causing phrases to have different meanings.