I love gravity forms. It makes creating forms really easy and does so pretty securely with WordPress. It is also seems lightweight and does not take over my site nor create a bunch of CSS that is hard to override. It seems like it was made by smart people 🙂 What I like most is […]
What is Pods? I have written about Pods before, but I decided to rewrite and combine all the info I have gathered on using it, into one concise post. It will probably be ongoing, whenever I learn a new way to do things with it. This post assumes you know what post types are and […]
Getting ajax to work on the front end of a wordpress site is quite easy once you get the hang of it. And it can make for a better user experience! So let’s get it working!
If your working on a theme or just trying to customize one a bit, you may find working with the comments section a bit daunting. I was working on a theme and styling the comments section. I normally do this by simply looking at the inspector and using the classes WordPress spits out to customize […]
Need to get a website made? This page will show you what’s involved, how it all works, and what to expect. And if your looking to become a web developer or designer, this might help you get started.
Update: I changed my theme and moved a lot of stuff around and thumbnails might looks a bit off… sorry 🙂 when I get a chance I will fix them… Relationship Fields Continuing from the last post, the only custom field in pods I have not spoken much about is the relationship field. It’s a […]
This post assumes you know what post-types, custom fields, and taxonomies are. Google them for more knowledge, and read the first article in this series. I tried to make this post as friendly as possible with front end developers in mind. So forgive the fact that I explain a bit too much and perhaps a bit […]
I have been using Pods for quite some time now and I cannot imagine creating a personal site or a private theme without it! I have decided to document all that I do with it, so that I and perhaps others can gain from it and always have it at their disposal. What started out […]