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

The Blog

Step-By-Step: Turning A Design Responsive in WordPress, Part 1

I’ve been dying to try out a real responsive design for awhile now on my site, but didn’t feel like recoding the whole thing. Thankfully, I was able to beg bribe get the fantastic Paul Maloney to redesign my site for me, which gives me the perfect excuse to try out all the new bells and...

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Best Practices For Coding WordPress Themes

Open up fifty different WordPress themes and you’ll see fifty different ways to code a WordPress theme. While there’s no specific right or wrong way to code and structure your theme, there are several best practices I’d like to point out. Following these can decrease load time, allow you to code faster and allow the...

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Hijinks: A Developer’s Blank WordPress Theme

Regular Hijinks is no longer available and has now become, Super Hijinksified!

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Update 2011 Conference Recap

I spent last week in beautiful England attending the Update 2011 Conference, thanks to all of your awesome donations last month. I wanted to make sure that I jotted as many notes and photos as possible for those of you who were unable to make the conference. The conference, put on by Aral Balkan, was...

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Thought Lessons When Creating HTML Mobile Websites

Working for almost a year now on Audible’s mobile website has taught me a thing or two about mobile development. It was my first mobile web development experience and I was eager to get started. It was also my first real experience with creating an adaptive site using percentages instead of fixed pixels. In many ways,...

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Web Developers’ Thoughts on Internet Explorer

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