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We created a little tool – which we dubbed Commander Vee – designed to scrape and import content from unfriendly CMS' into WordPress. It saved us 55 hours of really super ultra boring manual work, so we're releasing it for everyone to use!

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Welcome to the open-source world, Waldo! Hit the jump & learn more!

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A modern, progressive way to create the blurred background effect, made popular by iOS, using pure CSS. No images allowed or we fight you!

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Scroll-jacking doesn't have to suck – with that in mind, let's make better web experiences with Alton, a simple-to-implement jQuery plugin.

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With the proliferation of retina mobile devices and now retina displays, both designers and developers need to account for @2x and @3x+ resolutions. Here's how to do that with SVG & WordPress.

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Targeting IE10 & IE11 browsers with CSS is actually possible, but not the way we're used to doing it. Why? Because Microsoft deprecated the traditional conditional commenting method we used in older versions of IE. Sweet. Here's the solution for IE10+!

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Custom fields are a must for any custom WordPress theme that has any level of complexity in layout. But out-of-the-box, WordPress strips formatting from any content that is pulled from custom fields with 'get_post_meta', which makes your life as a WordPress developer harder than it should be. Here's how to fix that problem.

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Thoughts on a few sites that have helped me improve as a web developer, whether through learning, Q&A, or other methods.

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