I’m currently using a WordPress theme called MyListing to create a directory of wedding officiants, and of course, there are limitations in how much the theme can be customized out of the box. One of the requests from some of the officiants who are signing up to be listed in the directory is to be able
I don’t talk much about 3rd-party Elementor addons, but there are quite a few of them these days. Usually when someone asks, which addon should I purchase, I tell them, “get the one you need for your project”. I mean, no matter how many cool widgets an addon comes with, if you don’t need any
For this demo, I created a tongue-in-cheek team member page, with a photo and bio for the profile of each “staff member”. For desktop, we want to alternate each layout, photo left / bio right, photo right / bio left for each member. We also want each profile to fill the entire viewable area of
I wanted to try a few new features from my favorite page builder, so I decided it would be a good time to redesign my personal blog. Here’s how I did it in just a few short hours.
Does this sound anything like you? The Freelance Web Designer Scenario Mary hired you to create a website, design an ad, make a logo, or any of the myriad design or development work you specialize in. Over time, you’ve learned that you need good communication between you and your clients, so that your projects move
Since the beginning of this century, I’ve worked with small businesses to help them attain their online goals. Most small businesses either didn’t have a website at all, or they had one that was held hostage by a shady web development company. My goal was to change that for as many small businesses as possible.
This isn’t meant to be a comprehensive post on everything pertaining to moving a site from // to https://. Instead, this is more like the quick cheatsheet. This is basically the list of steps I use to move my small sites (all pages) from HTTP:// to https://. There may be bumps in the road or
Have you ever wished you could just click on any element of your WordPress theme and edit the CSS style of it, with the ability to see the changes you make immediately – all without having to write CSS code? Or maybe you don’t actually mind a little coding, but you still wish you could
A long time ago, on a forum I used to frequent, an old acquaintance asked how to convert one of his old Dreamweaver sites to WordPress, with the least amount of effort involved. At first, I thought it would be impossible to make it an easy task, but after seeing some other responses, I