I was on a podcast discussing my proposal for improving how the WordPress block editor handles CSS.
If you’ve used an old version of Internet Explorer recently, you’ve probably seen some sites that look different than what you’re used to in other browsers. If they’re broken, that’s a big problem, but if they’re just different, that’s ok. Let me explain what’s going on.
It’s a bit of a “buzzphrase”: “You should always separate content and design.” But this was also a mind-blowing and useful concept when I first learned it. Join me as I share various applications of this idea and try to nuance it just a bit.