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Post Formats were almost a big deal in WordPress, until they weren’t. But Custom Fields and Custom Post Types continue to be highly useful and used. I think it’s time to discuss a Core solution to bridge this gap.
This article explains how to implement inline CSS styles for your TinyMCE editor based on color settings in the WordPress Customizer.
Carousels can be bothersome for user experience in web design. Doing them right is important. FooGallery Owl Carousel gives you simple, effective carousels with just a few clicks.
With Caldera Forms you get both a powerful form builder and a front-end Profile Editor in one. This tutorial walks you through how to build a Profile Editor with Caldera Forms.
Tis the season for bully pulpits, smear campaigns, cheesy ads and LOTS of comedy television. You might not be the type that wants to clutter up their site with political stuff. I don’t blame you. Honestly, as you can see already, I put a banner on my site because… freedom of speech. See below on… Read more Ro-FAWP: Politics!
If you’ve procured a website from spamzilla.io and have revamped it a couple times then you know exactly what “naked shortcodes” are. This post explains what they are, how to clean them out, and alternatives for shortcodes in your content. Naked shortcodes are shortcodes that all your website viewers can see and read plain and… Read more Cleaning Out Your Naked Shortcodes
I recently tried out a handy WordPress plugin called Activity Log. I liked it so much that I reached out to the author to suggest some more features. He kindly said “no”, and he was totally right. Here’s why.
You must have known it was coming. How could I have a Ro-FAWP series without a Christmas edition!? With 44,000+ free plugins on the WordPress Plugin Directory, it’s no surprise that there’s more Christmas-themed plugins available than you can shake a stick at. And if you are hosting an Ugly Sweater WordPress Website Meetup, then… Read more RoFAWP: Christmas Edition
Last week we ended our 2015 year of Advanced WordPress Meetups here in San Diego. I wanted it to go out with a BANG and personally — I love me some Ugly Sweater parties. But for a group of WordPress nerds I thought a different take would be nice. And lo, in the east was… Read more Hosting an Ugly Sweater WordPress Site Party