Posted on November 26, 2017Categories Development, TechnologyTags , , , , ,   Leave a comment on Getting Foundation, Sass, and phpStorm To Play Together

Getting Foundation, Sass, and phpStorm To Play Together

In an effort to improve the overall user experience inStore Locator Plus™, my business locator plugin for WordPress, I have been playing with pre-defined interface frameworks.   I’ve been working with Vue recently and like their pre-defined templates.  However, the MySLP version of Store Locator Plus has been built using Foundation and React.    I decided it would be a good idea to stay with Foundation to help style my interfaces in the WordPress SLP product. I already have phpStorm … Continue reading “Getting Foundation, Sass, and phpStorm To Play Together”

Posted on March 1, 2017Categories Graphic Design, TechnologyTags , , , , , , , , , , , ,   Leave a comment on Hacking Snagit PNG Files For Clarity

Hacking Snagit PNG Files For Clarity

While working on some updates to the Store Locator Plus website I ran into a rather annoying issue when it came to the logo for the website.   On the documentation site the logo had excellent clarity on the text beside our Store Locator Plus logo.  When creating the same exact logo in the size I wanted the graphic on the new site was always far less crisp than on the documentation site.    It turns out that Snagit is not very … Continue reading “Hacking Snagit PNG Files For Clarity”

Posted on January 9, 2017Categories Plugin Development, Programming Languages, Technology, The Internet, WordPressTags , , , , ,   Leave a comment on Some jQuery Foo I Learned While “Leveling Up” This Weekend

Some jQuery Foo I Learned While “Leveling Up” This Weekend

I am the first to admit that I got on the JavaScript bandwagon a little late.   I was a bit hesitant because of my work with government projects a half-decade ago.   When you work with the US Government you quickly forget the “best of” when coding web apps and instead use their default protocol of using “the oldest crap possible”.   I would not be surprised if they are still using Internet Explorer 6 as their go-to standard.   For the non-geeks, … Continue reading “Some jQuery Foo I Learned While “Leveling Up” This Weekend”