Upload and deliver beautiful responsive images with Contensis 11.3

This release of Contensis introduces major new improvements to the way that images are uploaded and delivered as well as giving you greater access to the version history of your entries.

Article originally written for Zengenti

Creating connected content with inline entries

If we are to design and create content that is stored, structured, and connected outside any user interface, in a way that’s readable and understandable by both people and computers, we need tools to support that process.

Article originally written for Medium, Zengenti

Track the DOM element with tab focus using the console

When trying to improve keyboard behaviour in your application you'll need to understand the tab order of of your UI. Sometimes its not possible to see the active element due to a lack of styling. This post shows how the Dev Tools console can help.
til, DevTools, JavaScript, Accessibility, and a11y

New editorial features released in Contensis 11.1

This release of Contensis introduces new editorial features along with performance improvements to indexing and publishing.

Article originally written for Zengenti

Introducing the Contensis open roadmap

I've previously written about the steps we've taken to show you what's new in Contensis by explaining how we built the what's new feature on ZenHub using content types and entries. This post aims to show you how we want to be transparent with what we've got planned now, and for the future, by announcing our open public roadmap using Trello.

Article originally written for Zengenti

Contensis 11 is now available

This release introduces roles and permissions along with entry workflow – giving you complete control over the publishing process within your organisation.

Article originally written for Zengenti

Using the * CSS selector to check for visual alignment

Sometimes it's helpful to check the visual alignment of an element in your front end code, the * CSS selector can help you out.
UX, Design, and CSS

Identifying visual density and hierarchy using the CSS filter property

Use the filter CSS property as a quick acid test to see which elements of your site or application may be getting more attention.
CSS and Design