WordPress Custom Post Types in Gatsby

April 09, 2020

This blog is built as a static site generated with Gatsby, using WordPress to manage the content. Overall, I’m a big fan of both technologies but I have hit a few points of frustration. This isn’t a problem with the architecture, but rather a problem stemming from its novelty. Gatsby + WordPress is new, and […]

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Redirect a Page in Gatsby

February 29, 2020

I’ve written before about how this blog is deployed as a static site using Gatsby. Overall, it’s been a remarkable joy to work with. I get to use React for my architecture, Netlify for deployment, and WordPress to actually write the content. Each of these are well-loved by their users, and rightfully so, but this […]

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Building for Touch Screens: Interaction Media Queries

January 31, 2020

When you think of a CSS media query, chances are you immediately think of min- or max-width. For most of the history of responsive design, it was enough to check the width of a screen to determine how the page should look and behave. Generally, anything more than 1024px wide was considered a desktop, anything […]

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Introducing The Blogfolio!

October 02, 2019

After a couple years of a website that simply said ‘Under Construction,’ I’m proud to reveal my Blogfolio! Although at the time of writing I only have a few blog posts out, I plan to heavily expand both the content and the features of this site. Ultimately, this will be the center of my professional […]

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The Reset Button Doesn’t Clear the Form

August 26, 2019

There are some things so fundamentally simple that they cannot be misunderstood, right? Everyone must surely grasp their self-evidence. Maybe there are some axioms like this, but it turns out the HTML reset button is not among them — or maybe I’m just not as smart as I like to think! For years, I thought […]

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