Things are getting complicated. What if we could go back to simplier times? After all, the browser is a simple place. It can only parse HTML, CSS, and JS. Can we have our cake with a CMS and eat it too with a fast site?
A simple real world example of using Advanced Custom Fields’ Options Page to create reusable Call to Action panels with WordPress’ template parts.
It doesn’t matter how much traffic you get to your site if you can’t get users to complete your funnel and convert.
A simple function to pull in alt text and add custom classes using Advanced Custom Fields (both fields and sub-fields) to keep your theme files nice and tidy.
Ten years ago I started Endo Creative. I didn’t know if it would work. I didn’t know if it would last more than a few months. But I went all in.
When it comes to updating the plugins, themes, and WordPress core files on your site you can choose to take a DIY approach or hire an expert. We examine the benefits (and risks) that come with each approach if you’re torn between the two.
One of our biggest goals in developing a theme is for it to look good on all screen and device sizes.
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.