On my client’s website’s WordPress admin page, there was a nice and well-intentioned message to add a “Spread the message. Stop the virus.” bar to the website. I was curious so instead of just clicking no, I clicked yes. I figured that I would get an instruction or how-to page. But no. After I clicked […]
The Advanced Custom Fields plugin is a very useful plugin for creating a layout for clients to enter formatted content in the WordPress admin. The client or user will be given an interface that has rows and entry fields for the content that is required or even multiple instances of that content, like a listing […]
When showing a category of posts or an archive page while displaying a breadcrumb, the breadcrumb will generally show something like “Home | Archives for Blog”. It’s perhaps not desired or necessary to show that it’s an archive page. So we can edit the breadcrumb text in Genesis by adding this code to the functions.php. […]
Browsers cache stylesheets, which is good. It keeps sites running faster. This is bad though if we make stylistic changes to the stylesheet when WordPress’s version isn’t upgraded (WordPress adds a version number to the stylesheet which coincides with the WordPress version number). A user’s browser which has already visited the website will not know […]
I found a great resource to move the page title or entry-title to between the navigation and page content areas – https://swellfire.com/code/move-genesis-entry-header/ I’ve modified it a bit to include a div and wrap. //* Remove the entry header markup (requires HTML5 theme support) remove_action( ‘genesis_entry_header’, ‘genesis_entry_header_markup_open’, 5 ); remove_action( ‘genesis_entry_header’, ‘genesis_entry_header_markup_close’, 15 ); //* Remove the […]
Project Power-Tip We have created dozens of PowerPoint presentations for our clients. We create professional, custom presentations with sophisticated use of content and interactivity and informative visuals that make our clients look professional in front of the most demanding audiences – so we know our stuff. We like to be as efficient as possible for our […]
Images always get blurred or pixelated when they are scaled up. But when getting scaled down they generally only blur slightly because the computer is trying to interpolate more pixels into less pixel information. But they generally, PNG images still look acceptable when scaling down. I completed a landing page design that showed a PNG […]
WordPress will display an ellipses after an excerpt by default. I feel it’s more user-friendly to show a “read more” link or something to let visitors know that they can click to read more even if they can click on the post’s title to view it.
I’ve been working on a site where they have registered marks (®) for their product names, which are also used as page titles and are therefore shown in the menus and breadcrumbs.
I needed to have a parent menu item remain selected when the user rolled over a child menu item. I found this great article and code by Sridhar Katakam: http://sridharkatakam.com/accessing-parentancestor-menu-item-hovering-submenu-items-genesis/ I followed the instructions and everything worked great. Thanks so much Sridhar!