If at first you don’t succeed. Try, try again. I’ve replaced some the code here with a comment // code redacted since that’s not what is important here. Just note that everywhere I put that comment, was the same line of code. Much like the other bits in our Code of Shame, it works. But […]
Code of Shame
We inherit a lot of websites and projects that have been built by someone else. Once, maybe twice, we see code so good that we’ve learned from it. Most of the time however…
A senior dev co-worker sent me this today. It takes a lot to rattle him so I was pretty excited to read the code. I was not let down. There’s a trend of bad code from this particular competitor. If we can even call them that.
I recently had to review a WordPress site built by a designer using a theme builder. This WordPress site was supposed to be WCAG 2.1 compliant.
We found this little gem on a 20 page site.