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.
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.
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.
Over the past year, my development workflow has changed dramatically. I’m now building client sites locally using DesktopServer, GIT and Sass.
I work with a lot of images everyday. I haven’t always followed best practices when inserting images into my WordPress posts and pages.
WordPress and Headings Heading 1, Heading 2, Heading 3… Writing local content that is unique is one of the best ways to rank better in search engines and attract more… [Read More] about Don’t Use Headings to Make Text Larger
This month I’m designing a website for a client that’s already using WordPress. They’ve got years of posts, pages and images. I’d made an initial copy of their site a… [Read More] about How WordPress handles media files uploaded to old pages
One of the things that I really like about the Winning Agent Pro theme is the Community custom post type that’s built into the theme. Heads Up: This post contains… [Read More] about Genesis Communities CPT Plugin
Add style to your Genesis Site Title using this handy plugin. Genesis Site Title Styles adds a span tag around each word in the site title so you can style each word using CSS.
Add a circular image or gravatar to your widget area.