At the time of writing, very few, if any, of these selectors are available in browser. However, it’s good to know which selectors have been chosen for future versions of CSS.
CSS4 introduces many new selectors and features. Learn how to use each one, with easy to understand explanations and examples.
Important XSS security update to WordPress, be sure to update all of your sites right now if you don’t have auto updates on.
Great article on CSS-Tricks about using and dealing with WordPress Transients. Covers setting and retrieving them as well as other WordPress Transient tips and tricks.
The always insightful Justin Tadlock has posted a great post on how best to handle stylesheets in child themes. Though there are many options for this, including the infamous @import technique, Justin recommends loading the styles directly from the parent theme itself. It’s a simple but effective solution that should work for 99% of cases.
A simple website for testing device widths for the most common Apple and Android devices. Remember – it’s no replacement for actually testing on these devices along with as many widths and breakpoints as possible. Also remember, device-agnostic responsive sites should be the true goal. However, for basic development and simple testing this is a nice resource.
Fantastic resource on getting started with Grunt.js. Practical implementations of script concats, minimizing, and automation. Recommend as a simple resource and starting template for many common web site tasks.