Katy DeCorah

September 2, 2014
DRY Yaml
For the class that I’m teaching this Fall, I created a Jekyll site to hold the course materials. I’m in the camp that Jekyll can do anything and I want to use it always (Jekyll, you fantastic son of a bitch).
September 1, 2014
Kaaterskill Falls
This weekend we visited our families, ate a ton a food, and hiked to Kaaterskill Falls in the Catskills.
August 26, 2014
Two years ago on CodePen
Two years ago on CodePen I was picked for the first time ever.
August 24, 2014
Five Rivers
This weekend we explored Five Rivers in Delmar.
August 15, 2014
After writing the Guide to Responsive-Friendly CSS Columns on CSS-Tricks, I was invited back to write up an Almanac post for each multi-column property.
August 10, 2014
Cascade Falls
Yesterday morning we work up early and drove out to North Adams to explore Cascade Falls once again.
July 30, 2014
A case for :empty
At work today, I’m styling an app. The code is automatically generated, making me a CSS jockey. It can be challenging, but it makes me flex my CSS powers. This morning I found a great use case for :empty.
July 27, 2014
Pine Hollow Arboretum
Yesterday we visited the Pine Hollow Arboretum in Slingerlands. We saw the sign for the arboretum during one of our drives out to Rensselaerville.
July 26, 2014
Static Mapbox API for Jekyll posts
I’ve done Static Google Maps Image for Jekyll Posts, Mapbox for Jekyll Posts, but it’s time to settle down.
July 25, 2014
Guide to Responsive-Friendly CSS Columns
With CSS columns you can create a print-inspired layout with little added markup that can adapt beyond a fixed canvas. A supported browser will make calculations to wrap and balance content into tidy columns. If you’re already working with a fluid layout, the columns will flow automatically. With the right combination of properties, CSS columns can be an interesting layout option that is responsive-friendly while degrading gracefully.