Travel Bloggers Weekly Issue 30

Travel Bloggers Weekly curates important stories, ideas and resources for travel bloggers to create, build and grow their travel blog.

Travel Bloggers Weekly Issue 30
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Welcome to the 30th issue of Travel Bloggers Weekly.

Travel Bloggers Weekly curates important stories, ideas and resources for travel bloggers to create, build and grow their travel blog.

WordPress 5.9 Beta 4
WordPress 5.9 Beta 4 released on 21 December 2021 and is available for testing.
What’s Coming in WordPress 5.9 (Features and Screenshots)
WordPress 5.9 is coming soon with new features and improvements. Here is a list of all the features that are coming in WordPress 5.9 with screenshots.
A/B Testing in UX Design: When and Why It’s Worth It
A/B testing in UX design is great if you want to eliminate guessing. Learn all about why and when you should conduct an A/B test.
Our favorite Chrome extensions of 2021 | CSS-Tricks
I hadn’t heard of most of the Chrome extensions that Sarem Gizaw lists as 2021 favorites. Here are my hot takes on all of them, except the virtual learning
CSS in 2022
With 2021 coming to an end, let’s take a look at which CSS language features we can expect to land in browsers in 2022.
Auto Dark Theme | CSS-Tricks
There are a number of ways to approach a dark mode for your website, but essentially you get all the styles ready for it and then apply them when the user has
Introducing Project Shasta
Next generation audio from Adobe is here. Record, transcribe, edit, share. Crisp and clear, every time.
HTTP/3 From A To Z: Core Concepts (Part 1) — Smashing Magazine
What exactly is HTTP/3? Why was it needed so soon after HTTP/2 (which was only finalized in 2015)? How can or should you use it? And especially, how does this improve web performance? Let’s find out.
The State Of Mobile First and Desktop First - Ahmad Shadeed
Is mobile first or desktop first still relevant today? An article that explores both with pros and cons for each.
Designing Beautiful Shadows in CSS
When I look around the web, most of the shadows I see are fuzzy grey boxes. It doesn’t have to be this way, though! CSS gives us the tools to create rich, lush, lifelike shadows. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how.
How to Use Keyword Clustering to Seamlessly Optimize Your SEO Content
Keyword clustering is the SEO tactic to use if you want to seamlessly optimize your SEO content and streamline your workflow at the same time. The best part? It’s fairly simple, and SERPs give you all the information you need to make an informed decision on exactly how to do it.
Google rolling out new map and local interface in search
Google will show local results on the left and a map on the right of those results.
EP 44: Local Search Ranking Factors Interview with Darren Shaw
In this interview with Darren Shaw we take a deep dive into the Local Search Ranking Factors. We look at the key take aways, the strengths and weaknesses of the survey and areas that Local SEO’s should focus on.
Responsive iframes with the CSS aspect-ratio property
Today, I want to show you can use a few lines of CSS to make your embedded iframes fully responsive. Let’s dig in!The challenge with iframes and responsive layouts Unlike images and the native HTML5 video element, iframes do not scale responsively by default./** * This does NOT work */ iframe { ma…