One of our biggest goals in developing a theme is for it to look good on all screen and device sizes.
Author: Tim Blodgett
Why Accessibility Matters
Website accessibility is neither something that happens by accident nor something that can be added at the end of a project. It must be an intentional effort and it must be included in a project from the very beginning.
How to Fix WooCommerce Term Meta Functions in Your Theme
Sometimes, something simple can cause big problems. The Problem WooCommerce recently made some significant changes to their plugin. These changes caused a custom page template for one of our clients to break. Product images that were once being populated, were no longer being loaded on the page. The link to the product was still being […]
Using Flexbox to Create Circular, Responsive Elements
Flexbox is an amazing new tool used to build CSS layouts. Learn how to create circular responsive elements using CSS and the new flexbox property.
Copy a WordPress Site to a Local Computer
Having a process to copy a WordPress site to a local computer is an important part of managing your site and testing out new features.
How To Empower Clients to Easily Customize Background Images
Many times when creating a custom WordPress theme, you may want to give your client a simple way to edit the background image of a hero content area. Let’s take a look at how easy it can be to create this option for your client.
How To Customize Product Sorting in WooCommerce
Learn how to customize the product sort order of WooCommerce products on the product category archive page. Show the products that you want at the top of the list.
Advanced Custom Fields vs Custom Post Types: Which One Should I Use?
There are many ways to customize content in WordPress. Two of the ways that I use most often are Custom Post Types and Advanced Custom Fields. Let’s look at how to maximize the use of each of these tools.