Project management is often misunderstood. This is because in many ways it can be seen as a multidisciplinary field, because it seeks to manage and bring together various departments, skills, systems and people from within an organisation. As such it is incredibly important to all projects that roles and responsibilities are defined from the outset, as normal hierarchies often don’t apply.
There’s a certain class of web designers and developers who insist on going about their web design exploits with more of a full-stack approach, justifiably so too because at the very least you want to maintain the level of technical skill and knowledge you have. It’s all good and well making use of the likes of WordPress as a CMS solution to facilitate rapid development, but those developers who pride themselves on their hard-coding, ground-up knowledge want to know that they can always go back to basics if it ever gets to a stage where the most popular CMS solutions providers decide to start charging for the technology which is currently deployed on the open source model. Continue reading “How to Remove Unused CSS from your Stylesheet Files” »