The Four Languages You Must Know to Understand WordPress
How to Add Custom CSS Styles to Beaver Builder Elements
After reviewing WordPress’s page builders in depth, I’ve found that Beaver Builder is my clear favorite, because it caters to people who want to do things right. Case in point: the Beaver Builder team have made it easy to add custom CSS styles to Beaver Builder elements. As with any front-end system, you can do a lot more with Beaver Builder if you understand CSS, and the software encourages this rather than trying to overcompensate for it.
How to Customize File Upload Inputs
This code demo saved my bacon on a client project that needed a very specifically styled file upload input box.
Free Webinar: Understanding Today’s CSS with Algorithms, With Lara Schenck
How to Prevent Browser Caching of a CSS Stylesheet in WordPress
This video and text Quick Guide explains how to prevent browser caching of CSS files, with a special focus on doing this for WordPress sites.
Make CSS Your Drawing Tool
I really enjoyed this little talk I found while idly browsing YouTube recently. Wentin Zhang, who works at Adobe, draws something I didn’t have any idea CSS could so easily: a mustache. I know, I’ve seen the artisanly drawn CSS, like this portrait of Francine. And that’s cool. It’s also not something I feel I ever would learn from.
Some Cool CSS Tricks on Quora
A Quora feed hits my email everyday, and it’s mostly “Why was Thanos afraid of ___ when he defeated ___?” content. I’m not sure why that’s what’s in my feed, but there you have it and feel free to ask me anything about why Thanos is afraid of people.
How to Use wp_enqueue_style to Load CSS Stylesheets
Stylesheets are at the heart of making HTML pages look good, in WordPress and the web. And the way that we make CSS stylesheets load into the page in WordPress is using the wp_enqueue_style function. It’s not too complicated, but there a few common places that people new to using it will get tripped up. This Quick Guide will cover those, and then get you running in a step-by-step guide.
Adding Custom CSS Classes to WordPress Menu Items
Here’s something that I assumed required a plugin: How can you add one or more CSS classes to a WordPress menu item?