Posted 24.10.2016 @ 9.19PM
I use flexbox combined with Modernizr when needed for some centering or aligning evenly issues.
First I sort it all out using flex, then I remove the flex and do a basic, reasonable hack like margin-top or something to align the element.
Then you know you're delivering the best result for the modern browser users and something that at least doesn't look like a mistake for the older yucky ones.
Posted 24.10.2016 @ 9.10PM
I agree with Adamdesigns, LinkedIn is probably essential if you call it a social media platform.
I don't use Facebook but am always wanting to post more work related stuff on Twitter and Instagram.
Posted 24.10.2016 @ 9.07PM
I always recommend Squarespace whenever a friend or acquaintance mentions they want a website.
Most of the time it meets their basic needs and looks fantastic out of the box on all devices so why not? The drag and drop features take a bit to get used to but if you've never touched code it is a lot easier to build a site yourself than try and work out WordPress and Plugins.
The ability to add galleries as lightbox or carousel anywhere on a page and have it work perfectly first time is an example of the ease of use Squarespace provide to the non tech heads.
I like to have full control myself of my WordPress themes and features but I think it's important to know how these drag and drop site builders work as they're only going to get more popular and there will be paying customers out there asking for help to setup, tweak and enhance these sites.