WPBakery Page Builder Review: A WordPress Developer’s Perspective
This WPBakery Page Builder review is not paid or commissioned by WPBakery or any other company. This is my honest opinion as a professional WordPress developer, who builds and manages WordPress websites for a living.
Beaver Builder Review: A WordPress Developer’s Perspective
This Beaver Builder review is not paid or commissioned by Beaver Builder or any other company. This is my honest opinion as a professional WordPress developer, who builds and manages WordPress websites for a living.
Elementor Review: A WordPress Developer’s Perspective
This Elementor review is not paid or commissioned by Elementor or any other company. This is my honest opinion as a professional WordPress developer, who builds and manages WordPress websites for a living.
WordPress Page Builders, Reviewed: Beaver Builder, Divi Builder, WPBakery Page Builder, Elementor
This article reviews the four biggest WordPress page builders: WPBakery Page Builder, Divi Builder, Beaver Builder, and Elementor.
Cool New Plugin: “Admin Menu in Frontend”
Here’s one of the coolest, and most literal, plugin ideas I’ve seen in a while. Admin Menu in Frontend is a new plugin that simply puts the left-side menu from the wp-admin area onto the frontend of your site when you’re logged-in, saving you lots of clicks.
Some Common Mobile Device Widths
Here is some very useful information on an oddly outdated-looking page. It gives device widths for a range of iPhones, iPads, Samsung phones, and so on.
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?
Stop the Presses: Gutenberg is What WordPress Needs, but It Doesn’t Go Nearly Far Enough
“Everyone’s a critic,” as the saying goes, and nowhere more so than around Gutenberg, the upcoming content editor overhaul slated for WordPress 5.0. Gutenberg has been the subject of soaring vision statements, angst-filled comments sections, and dozens (hundreds?) of cautiously-optimistic-to-mixed-to-confused-to-skeptical-to-concerned reviews.
I recently needed to create a number of masonry layouts for a WooCommerce website I’m building for a friend. I didn’t want to resort to jQuery, and that’s how, at long last, I found CSS3’s columns property. It lets you do CSS-only layouts that look like this: