There are many times in life when you have to make a decision to DIY or hire an expert. Whether it’s a tile backsplash in your kitchen or updating your WordPress website there are pros and cons to both doing it yourself as well as outsourcing the work. We were recently talking to a client […]
One of our biggest goals in developing a theme is for it to look good on all screen and device sizes. In addition to the size of their browser, visitors also have control over their base font size. Keeping this in mind, it is best to use unit measurements that are flexible. The two most […]
WordCamp 2017 was a blast. Here are 10 takeaways from Ann – everything from project management, plugins, and pricing to hydration and WordPress songs.
Our newest team member, Ann, is working on her coding skills. As a part of this journey, she took on her first project with Advanced Custom Fields (ACF). Turns out it wasn’t as scary or difficult as she thought it was going to be.
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.
WordCamp Denver is a great way to connect with the local WordPress community.
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 […]
I have been chosen to speak at WordCamp Kansas City this year on June 10-12, 2016. The focus of my talk, “Are Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Right for Your Site?”, is all about Google’s new Accelerated Mobile Pages project.
Google has released a new format for webpages that is designed to provide mobile optimized content. By loading special versions of your website pages, they can load instantly, anywhere.
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.