Amber Weinberg: Freelance Web Developer specializing in semantic WordPress, Mobile, CSS and HTML5 Development

The Blog

Replacing JS Functionality with CSS Properties

One of the things that excites me most about the newest features of CSS, is the ability to replace a lot of the JS I’ve been using. While I’m not hating on Javascript (or jQuery, which is what I use), there’s no argument that script languages come with a lot of potential issues. There’s more...

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Customizing the WordPress Admin

I used to pride myself on how fast I could code a site from start to finish. I would aim to get a full site started by Monday and finished, ready for the client to review, by Friday or sooner. But that was back before WordPress and CMS’s. Before responsive design and usability concerns. Before device...

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Fancy Animated Hamburger Menus

I made a quick pen for yall to create a hamburger icon that animates to an X for close. Super simple with just a few lines of CSS and JS! <a class="fancy-menu" href="#"> <span></span> <span></span> <span></span> </a> .fancy-menu { display: inline-block; }   .fancy-menu span { background: #000; border-radius: 3px; display: block; height: 3px; margin-top:...

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State of a Developer’s Worklife

As a developer, I’m always looking for ways to improve my processes for coding and running the business. I’m also a bit obsessed with organizing things – be they physical or digital. Things are constantly changing around here – although it seems that some of the apps, processes and equipment I use never do change,...

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How to Stop Working, Avoiding Burnout & Other 2015 Musings

I want to talk about several things in this post. About the rough year I’ve had. About being dead slow in work and then over-scheduled. About being burnt out, stressed out and learning how to stop working. I’ve been in business for over five years now, and this has been one of the hardest years...

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Responsive Angles

I had a design I needed to code that was a bit of a fun challenge. Here were the requirements: The header looked like a “tab” on top of a utility nav that was transparent There was a diagonal angle on the right side of the logo, on top of the utility nav, with a...

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