Responding to Force Touch Events? It’s easy!

With the release of the brand new MacBook and the updated version of MacBook Pro Retina (2015) Apple introduced the all new Force Touch trackpad. Essentially it extends the way in which you interact with your MacBook by allowing the system to respond differently to a touch event. This depends on the pressure being allied to the trackpad. So, is it possible to implement that behaviour within your web page or a web app? Turns out it is, but there are certain limits.

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Changing the browser tab title – reminder

In this article I’ll show you how to grab your user’s attention by changing the title text in the browser tab.
Since typical titles are a dime-a-dozen, this useful little trick will make your tab stand out from the crowd.

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Creating Custom WooCommerce Themes

WooCommerce is the world’s favourite eCommerce solution giving you complete control to sell anything on a WordPress platform. We’re going to teach you how to create custom WooCommerce Themes and how to edit the existing ones.

If you happened to miss out on our blog post about WooCommerce and it’s core features now’s the time to read it.

Let’s create WooCommerce Themes!

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Maintainable WordPress Development 3/3: Maintenance and Feature Development

We’ve finally made it to blog post 3/3 in the “Maintainable WordPress Development” series. In this post you’ll see how you can maintain and even update your project with new features in a way that is both easy to implement and easy to use and which will also make your life a whole lot easier.

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MailPortfolio, a free responsive email template

Everyone loves a freebie! We’re so excited to share our new freebie with you. As you can see from blog post title we’re talking about a free responsive email template that works on all devices. With a simple and clean design you can use this template to promote yourself or your company through email.

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Pine, a free minimalist WordPress portfolio theme

We’re so glad to announce our second free WordPress theme. Yes – another juicy freebie! Pine is a free minimalist WordPress portfolio theme created for people who want to show their work in a simple and creative way. Here you can check out the Pine demo version http://demo.slicejack.com/#pine and you can also find it on Github https://github.com/themejack/pine. If you haven’t already seen our first free WordPress theme Briar, you can find out more about it here http://slicejack.com/briar-a-free-minimalist-wordpress-theme/.

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Discover Atmosphere With Us

If you’re someone who simply thought learning something completely new about atmosphere was as interesting as watching paint dry – think again!

For the purpose of this blog post we’ve happily created something that will go down a treat. And of course is fully responsive.

We’ve put together an educational presentation about atmosphere and its various sections which includes short descriptions and a bunch of interesting tips. Here you can jump aboard and take a ride with our rocket in full screen.

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Bootstrap with Less workflow – revisited

Believe it or not, it’s been more than a year since I wrote the first Bootstrap with Less workflow article.
That workflow served us great on a lot of the projects over the past year, but as all things, over time – things have evolved.

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Creating a fullscreen HTML5 video background playlist

Going back to one of my previous posts I shared some information and demonstrated how to create a fullscreen HTML5 video background using only CSS.

If you haven’t yet managed to read that one, please go ahead and take a few minutes to do so now, before reading with this post. It’ll be easier for you to follow along since this post starts essentially where the first one left off.

In this post I’ll simply show you how to create a video background playlist.

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Maintainable WordPress Development 2/3: Version Control & Things To Watch Out For

In our previous WordPress development blog post we mainly talked about tools that you can use when developing a WordPress theme, plugin or any other web related project. We’ve also mentioned how you can use those same tools to automate parts of the development process. Now, in this blog post you’ll discover what to watch out for when implementing version control into your project. Equally, what to spot with version controlling the project itself and cooperating with your team members. Let’s get down to our second  maintainable WordPress development post.

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