Updates, tips and notes on design and code
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With a whole bunch of old concept art lying around I figure I may as well revive the better ones and start working those concepts into shiny prints. No point them "rotting" away in the files!Let's kick JawBreaker back into action.
Shopify recently launched a playoff with Dribbble and asked designers to share what design means to them. Almost every single entry was full of light and fluffy designs.
This is not a documented feature so expect this to vanish at any point. Adding this should be considered experimental at best.
When doing general testing and updates to a Shopify site you invariably come across something that needs to be edited. Rather than loading up the admin, heading to the right section, and then editing the object it's far easier to just click an edit button on the page itself.
It's now public news so now I can post something! All the crazy excitement aside (and the fact I found out on my birthday) I have to give serious props to The Wod Life. The crew worked their butts off all year and absolutely deserve the win.
Shopify has a bunch of Form Theme Tags to creates an HTML <form> element with all the necessary attributes (action, id, etc.) and <input> to submit the form successfully.
If you must check if something is a number within liquid there’s neat little trick you can use with the existing json filter. The filter has it’s own datatype check in place so it knows whether to wrap the value in quotes of not.