If you’ve had any experience working with parent and child themes in WordPress, you’ll know that the template files in your child theme override those in your parent theme. For example, if your parent theme has a page.php file and you create a new one in your child theme, WordPress will use the one in the child… Continue reading A Guide to Overriding Parent Theme Functions in Your Child Theme
April 29, 2020 I’ve always loved exploring how to make semantic, accessible elements aesthetically pleasing. And yes, it is possible. Challenging myself to do this has improved my CSS skills. Today we are going to talk about input[type=”range”]. These inputs where you select a value from a slider that has a thumb on it. You… Continue reading Creating an Accessible Range Slider with CSS
What You’ll Be Creating Slugs. Slimy little critters that have a nasty habit of getting into your vegetable garden… Or maybe not! In this post, we’re talking about a different kind of slug, and that’s the slug that forms part of the address (or URL) of the individual pages and posts in your WordPress website.… Continue reading What Is a Slug in WordPress?
The act of card sorting is a hands-on and quick way of creating a category tree (information architecture) based on users’ understanding of the topics of a product. The simple idea of the workshop is to ask users to organise cards that already contain written content into groups. In this tutorial you will learn how… Continue reading How to Conduct a UX Card Sorting Workshop
WooCommerce is the world’s most popular eCommerce platform. That’s partly because it’s built on the world’s most popular content management system (WordPress), and also partly because it’s free. But it’s also because WooCommerce, like WordPress itself, is incredibly flexible. If you install WooCommerce on your site, not only can you use it to quickly set… Continue reading Use the WooCommerce API to Customize Your Online Store
The presentation is a convenient way to provide a short yet concise information about any of your projects whether you are a student, office manager, businessman, startupper, or financial advisor. Sad to say but bad presentation happens oftener than the good one. As a result, your audience gets bored and want the presentation to be… Continue reading How to Create Presentations that Don’t Suck
Flat design took the word by storm. It influenced not only web design, but UIs and logos too. Lately we saw a lot of huge corporations, such as Google and Bing adopting their logos into flat design principles. A logo should be simple, remarkable, and beautiful to fit in the whole branding style of the… Continue reading 25 Creative Flat Logo Designs You’d Love