In somewhat old news, I released a new version of NateDillon.com in May. The design isn’t vastly different from what I had before, but the code received some major changes, including a move from Jekyll to Eleventy.Continue reading NateDillon.com v2021
Notes from my week. Continue reading Weeknotes 2021.02.22–2021.02.28
I’ve been working on our build tools at work. Our tools were somewhat outdated, and we were wanting to move away from Grunt. I ultimately decided to go with npm scripts (although the speed of Gulp was tempting). Now that I’m wrapping up, I wanted to write down some notes for things that took a bit of research to figure out. Continue reading Build Tools Notes
Notes from my week.
Continue reading Weeknotes 2020.10.12–2020.10.18
A few weeks ago I spent some time breaking apart Sass files into smaller segments for a project at work, trying to go for a more modular approach for the CSS. Doing this in Sass is pretty simple. Pull out a section of styles into a new “partials” file, named something like
_module.scss. Then in the main Sass file, import the module with