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.
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.
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.
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 had a recent project where I needed to create a custom email sign up form, and then send the data directly to the client’s Emma email marketing list. Thankfully, Emma provides a simple API for connecting to their system.
I had a great time helping organize WordCamp Denver 2015. I didn’t get to attend as many sessions as I normally do at a WordCamp, but I still wrote down some random nuggets of goodness to share with you. Here they are, in no particular order.
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.
Oftentimes new users feel overwhelmed the first time they see the WordPress admin screen. I understand. I felt the same way the first time I logged into the WordPress backend. But don’t worry, everyone starts somewhere.