The Learning Lab

Two Decades of Web Development Excellence

January 16, 2024 News

As of May 1, 2024, 10 Pound Gorilla will celebrate its 21st year in operation, marking twenty years, or two full decades, of successful business in an ever-changing digital landscape. This milestone is significant for any organization, especially one thriving in constant change, with new technologies, platforms, and trends emerging regularly.

Join us at DNN Summit 2024

January 12, 2024 News

DNN Summit is an annual technology conference educating users of the DNN (DotNetNuke) content management platform. This 2-day virtual event is designed for all user types: business owners, end-users, developers, designers, and marketers. Although geared toward DNN users, several sessions focus on general design, development, and marketing best strategies that are not specific to DNN, making the conference an excellent opportunity for anyone trying to improve their digital presence.


5 Ways to Turbocharge Your SASS Development

January 06, 2024 Web Development

Sass, the dynamic preprocessor for CSS, is not just about nesting, variables, functions, and mixins. Beyond the popular --watch flag, Sass offers a variety of lesser-known compiler flags that can optimize your development workflow. Let’s uncover these hidden features, providing insights into their uses and ideal application scenarios.


Website Accessibility: What is it, Why it Matters, & How to Get Started

January 05, 2024 UI/UX Design, Web Development, Accessibility

The internet has become an integral part of our lives, serving as a platform for communication, information dissemination, and interaction. As our use and the adoption of internet services continues to grow, it becomes imperative to ensure that everyone, regardless of their abilities, can access and navigate websites seamlessly. This is where website accessibility and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) step in to pave the way for a more inclusive online environment.

Improve Your Content Editing Experience in 5 Minutes

January 04, 2024 Web Development

There will always be a need for WYSIWYG editors; they provide content editors the ability to create large blocks of paragraph-based content with common elements like lists, links, images, blockquotes, and standard formatting like bold, italics, underlines, etc. The problem most content editors will experience is that the style displayed within the editor will only sometimes display the same to end-users.