Tag: CSS

How to Conditionally Enqueue a JavaScript File in WordPress

Enqueuing is the WordPress way to add a stylesheet or JavaScript file on a page. We already published a Quick Guide about including your JavaScript in WordPress. This time, though, we’re adding an extra wrinkle: how do you only enqueue a JavaScript file on certain pages of your WordPress site. That’s the focus of this here Quick Guide.


Flexbox Froggy

If, like me, you’ve known about CSS flexbox for a long time but don’t really know it, I have something that might help. It’s not the solution — I just finished it and I don’t feel like a flexbox-master — but it is REALLY REALLY good as a learning tool. I now would consider reaching for flexbox when before I wouldn’t have thought to.





How to Customize the CSS on Your WordPress Site

WordPress 4.7, which launched on December 6, 2106, makes customizing the CSS on your site a whole lot easier. Easier enough that I think it’s worth an explanation. So that’s the topic of this Quick Guide. If you want to know even more about the cool new developer-relevant features of 4.7, check out Fred’s post from Tuesday.