I recently had a question come up of how one could do A/B Testing in Tridion. There are some old Tridion plugins out there, and it would certainly be possible to develop an Alchemy extension for one today. But there is an easy way that you could optionally show/hide components, that could be implemented in
It came to my shock and surprise to learn in January that I’d been awarded a fourth SDL Tridion Web Tridion MVP award. In the previous year, I hadn’t felt as if my contributions were that great —but contribution is not in the eye of the beholder. One of the perks of winning an MVP
The W3C recently tweeted the first working draft of the new CSS Fonts module. And I read it. And I’m excited, and I think you should be, too. There’s a lot of cool things that are going to help us solve some a lot of problems, and do a few cool new tricks.
It’s not that hard to write CSS. The basics of how the language works can be learned in 15 minutes. Most of the major properties and techniques for using them can be learned in a few days. You can learn how to build static websites within a few weeks —and there’s scores of books and blogs
If you haven’t heard, headless Chrome is now A Thing™. A few days ago I wrote a post on how to use Headless Chrome to grab some screenshots from the command line, using a dab o’node and a healthy dose of Promises. Well, after a little more fiddling with it, I’ve got a version 2.0
Version 59 of Chrome introduced something really cool for Mac developers: a Headless Chrome. It means that now we can run Chrome without using Chrome. How cool is that? In the past we’ve relied on phantom.js or Selenium Webdriver for browser automation and testing. But now, the Chrome team has provided us the ability to
One of the things that front-end and back-end developers alike loathe is the dreaded scenario where a content author wants to be able to add their own styles to content. No, not set a skin or theme to the content. They insist that an <h1> be any of 16+ million colors. The <img> should have