Truncating lines of text in CSS using line clamp

Line Clamp is one of those tools which I wish had existed when I first started to code similar to Border-radius and Box shadow.  In a nutshell what Line clamp allows you to do is restrict the number of lines to display based on property value in css.

Using Clamp in Css

Thoughts on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

I’ve finally got round to picking up a Nintendo switch. One of the games which was high on my list was Zelda: Breath of the Wild. I’ve played a couple of Zelda games in the past Link to the past, Wind Waker and Majora’s Mask. Here are more thoughts on the game on the recent game.

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Using CSS Variables with TailwindCss

I’m a big fan of TailwindCss, I tend to use it for all of my new projects which I’m building. However in some instances I find myself reaching to write custom styles and I’m unable to use the Tailwind apply directive. In situations like this it’s good to be able to use CSS Variables.

Using CSS Variables with TailwindCss

My most used WP-CLI commands

I’ve only just recently started WP-CLI(WordPress Command Line Interface).  It’s something I wish I started using earlier. Basically what WP-CLI does is allows you to run typical WordPress actions such as updating user passwords, removing plugins and backing up a WordPress database from the command line in the root of your WordPress installation.

Usefull WP-CLI commands