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If you’re getting iconv errors from yarn / npm when installing projects on OS X High Sierra (10.13), you might have hit the same issue as us. As best we can figure, node-gyp just loses track of the xcode tools it requires post-upgrade. Luckily the fix is trivial if you […]
CSS pseudo classes are used to define particular states of an element. This could be the state of element when a user is hovering over it with their mouse (think :hover). Or it could be to indicate an anchor tag which has been visited before (:visited). Pseudo classes are very useful […]
Using the terminal in your web development workflow can seem alien to the uninitiated. The difficulty to learn how to use the terminal effectively is often made worse through the availability of applications which can do the heavy lifting and run terminal commands for you. Using these applications in your web development […]
What is structured data? If this is your first time learning about structured data, let us explain what it is. Actually, let’s get the guys over at Google to do that for us! “Structured data refers to kinds of data with a high level of organization, such as information in a […]
If you’re a digital marketer, agency, ecommerce business or blogger; the chances are you’re sending email marketing campaigns. Nobody is perfect, so whether you’re sending to 100 people or 100,000 people this post has something for you. Take a look at our tips and begin improving your email marketing campaigns today!
With the recent Google Chrome 56 update, migrating your HTTP site to HTTPS is more important than ever. There’s many things to consider and action when migrating your site over to HTTPS. Use the HTTPS migration tips below and ensure your site is up to scratch and migrated successfully. 1. […]
Here’s a quick tip on how to add a custom message which is displayed each time you open a new terminal window. 1. Open the Terminal app 2. Run the following command to edit the bash_profile:
3. Within the editor after the source ~/.profile line, add in the following line:
echo "Hey. Try not to break anything, ok?"