In this article we’ll take a quick look at what WordPress Block Patterns are, check out an example of premium Block Patterns, and then find out how to easily create and save them ourselves.
There are WordPress themes that enable you to build attractive pages and websites. There are others that take you a step further. They do so by enabling you to create stunning visual experiences. Uncode is such a WordPress Theme.
We live in a visual world, and our brains, which can soak up information like a sponge, act accordingly. Our brains can process text as quickly as we can read it but can process images 60,000 times faster.
Designing portfolios and websites that attract attention is a key web designing skill. This requires an ability to create truly stunning visual experiences. That in turn, requires an ability to fully utilize the potential power of visuals.
The WordPress RSS feed is an incredible piece of technology. In this post, we show you how you can make the most of it by discussing some quick RSS tricks and hacks.
If you want to disable the email notifications for password changes of users on your WordPress site, just insert this piece of code into your theme’s functions.php file or create a custom functionality plugin and insert this code in there.
Everybody loves Gravity Forms and for a good reason! It works great and looks awesome… but what if you wanted to change the appearance of some of those form fields?
Maybe putting a phone field to the right of an email field? How about splitting a ton of checkboxes into three columns or making a scrollable agreement box? It’s all possible!
Using CSS Ready Classes for Gravity Forms (click that link to open it in a new tab) will help you do all that and more!
Hello, friends! Today, we have a very fresh package with resources for all your design and web development projects. The list is quite varied, including code snippets, icons, design files, WordPress resources and more! Go ahead and take a look, you’re bound to find something valuable here. Enjoy!
WordPress 3.6 introduced the “Heartbeat API”. This API is used internally by WordPress to keep track of logged in users and their active sessions. If you’ve ever been asked to log into WordPress while navigating the admin panel, then you’ve already experienced the API at work.
But when should you use the Heartbeat API in contrast to regular AJAX polling? To make an informed decision, we’ll need to look at both approaches, understand how they work and how to use them, and the advantages and disadvantages for both.
Just a quick tip to share how you can disable Photon, one of the features in Jetpack. A reason to do this might be to have more control over the cropped and resized images it generates.
You just need to go to the JetPack page, then click on ‘Learn more’ in the Photon box, and then ‘Deactivate’.
A quick tip for conditionals when we want to run a piece of code only on the the ‘Add New’ screen.