You thought I'd skip this article this year, didn't you? But no, I'm just late this year because I have too much to do. I'm sorry.
Come join me in taking a look at what I think might be some of the ideas for design and web development that could be important in the upcoming year 2023.
Sometimes my articles don't age all that well. And so I'm happy to announce that Elevenfour does have a new package server. Please read on for details.
THIS ARTICLE IS OUTDATED - Some of you might have been waiting for a while for an update from me. So, let's now take a look at how things will (have to) change in the very near future.
Flavius for WoltLab Suite 5.5 was released a few moments ago - this article takes a look at what changed and how you can upgrade.
WoltLab Suite 5.5 was released a few days ago and Elevenfour released updates for most styles and plugins. So, it's time to look at the updates and give you an overview of what's expected to come next.
A few days ago WoltLab released the latest version of WoltLab Suite. From my tests I've learned some important things which I would like to share with you.
In September 2021 I wrote a tweet about a change in the SCSS parser that might affect existing styles for WoltLab Suite. Since then a lot more has changed…
Details on the updates for styles from the past days and end of support for WoltLab Suite 5.3.
Here we are again, at the beginning of a new year and the ending of the last year - which was the second year of the Covid pandemic. (I’m just mentioning this for my future self because sometimes I look back at these articles.)
The beginning of the new year is just around the corner and you thought you've read every single fancy design trends for 2022 that's out there, huh? Well, you're wrong, sorry. Here's my take.
Wouldn't it be great if you had the chance to adapt the design of your website based on the detection of a preference a user made in their OS with only CSS? The good news is you can. The not so good news is: Not everything is available just yet.
What if I told you that most of the sans serif typefaces you’re using - no matter how well and professional designed - are actually not the best choice of typeface for your website? Sounds a little too crazy? Let me try to explain…
Since the release of WoltLab Suite 3.0 back in 2016 the look of WoltLab Suite didn't change a lot - despite being debated from the very beginning. But there are a few ideas that might change how WoltLab Suite looks in the future.
If you’re around in the internet for long enough you might remember that back in the days Internet Explorer had a way to style the browser’s scrollbars using some proprietary CSS. Since then things have changed a little bit.