I’ve been spending a lot of time with Beaver Builder lately, and will be sharing what I’ve learned as I go. Here’s the first in what I hope is a series of “How To” articles about Beaver Builder.[Read more…] about How To: Add Toggle Fields In Beaver Builder
It’s been a while since I’ve written, and a few things have happened since my last post, so I wanted to provide an update.[Read more…] about Giving Up On React…For Now
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Whenever you come across a new CSS technique or feature, you probably ask yourself does this work in IE? It's a normal question for web developers, and the answer is often no. But how often do you ask yourself: "Is this accessible?" If you're not, you're actually excluding more of your audience than you realize.[Read more…] about Color Blindness vs. IE Usage: Who Wins?
Have you been using Gutenberg, only to notice that your custom taxonomies have disappeared? It's true, they have. Sort of.[Read more…] about How to Fix Custom Taxonomies in Gutenberg
When Gutenberg releases to the wild, expected to be sometime in April, 2018, WordPress will become more accessible. While part of that is from the constant improvements being made by the WordPress Accessibility Team, the new Gutenberg editor is bringing in some impressive features that greatly improve the accessibility of content produced using WordPress.[Read more…] about The Top 3 Accessibility Features of Gutenberg