Now if you are interested in creating an icon system to use SVG not only in your menu but throughout your theme for design elements, within content areas, and inline them programmatically — a custom solution is in order.
This is a very easy solution for a client to implement. All you need to do is create a menu, add your social media links with the menu text and voila – it magically displays the corresponding SVG icons instead.
When we design for the desktop and then try to make it work on mobile – we’re only getting half the project done right. Mobile devices and tablets have unique user experiences, that are different from the desktop.
I’m always looking for ways to improve my efficiency. It’s better for me and the clients I serve.
This week I launched my podcast series, Rethink.fm. I love asking questions and spend a lot of my time with fellow designers and developers discussing what the future holds for WordPress and how we use it.
If we want to style our SVG with CSS, we’ll need to insert the SVG code directly into our HTML as an inline graphic.
Learn how to add custom training videos to your WordPress dashboard and make it easy for clients to learn and use the custom features you’ve built.
Having a handy down for maintenance page that does not require WordPress will come in handy if WordPress is down.
I began to question my branding decision – mostly because it just didn’t feel genuine or very professional for the client market I was targeting. I was regretting my decision, thinking I was just stuck with it.
This post will show how to add a SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) logo to the Utility Pro theme or any Genesis child theme using a header image.
Adding a Sass mixin to generate the necessary code for Retina ready background images in Utility Pro.
For this post, I’ve spun up this demo site to show you how I added a Retina ready logo to the Utility Pro theme.