In a previous post, I explained how I created a site about global warming a couple of years ago that loaded in as little as 7 kb per page. I decided that I wanted to make more of the idea of a slim website and its minimal impact on the environment. Global warming is an… Continue reading Global Warning: a WordPress blog with a tiny footprint
Author: Csaba Varszegi
Csaba is a minimalist web developer at LittleBigThings and author of this little blog.
He loves designing and creating stuff. He blogs mostly about WordPress and contributes to it as well.
He enjoys finding pleasure and purpose in everyday life, like thinking that this blog will contribute to saving the planet.
A site with a tiny footprint about global warming
A couple of years ago, I participated in a contest called 10k apart. The purpose was to build a site that is useable, accessible, compatible with older browsers and can load in less than 10 kb. In this post I tell you the story of the site I created.
Building a presentation in the WordPress Customizer
In my talk at WordCamp Antwerp 2018, I tried to summarize the benefits of the Customizer for users as well as for designers and developers. For this, I built a presentation in the Customizer. In this post I am showing you how you can create a presentation using the presentation theme (WordPresent) I created.
Speaking at WordCamp Antwerp 2018
I found WordPress in 2013. I have created my profile page on February 4, just about 5 years ago. I was new to web design and very happy to be able to use open source WordPress and start creating websites. I was very much into web design and development, and I still am. The excitement of learning… Continue reading Speaking at WordCamp Antwerp 2018
The WordPress admin: WP’s strength and weakness
I love the WordPress admin. It is WordPress’ backend, the place where you can take a glance and tweak your site’s content: The dashboard is clearly designed and allows you to see the most important recent changes, the amounts of posts, comments and so on. The list tables containing your blog posts, pages and whatever… Continue reading The WordPress admin: WP’s strength and weakness
Balancing family life and kids with work
WP Tavern has published a great post about balancing family life, and especially kids, with work and improving your professional skills. It sounds very familiar! 🙂 I have started to be involved in web development when we were expecting our second child, Noah. 4 years and another little girl (Kato) later, we have 3 children… Continue reading Balancing family life and kids with work
You can find my first real props below for contributing to WordPress. I was very proud to get them from Helen. 🙂