Let’s say you’re tired of those clunky, ugly, third-party social sharing tools and want to allow your visitors to share your content on their social networks with simple text links, or possibly an icon font. Let’s say you want to do this on your Shopify store. Here’s how.
Guiding your client through the process of pitching and integrating WordPress requires a certain amount of patience and thoroughness. Following a few key steps will help make that process as smooth as possible.
One of the neat effects you can add to a page element is the folded edges to the left and right side. It adds some depth to what can otherwise be a flat layout. Here’s a quick way to do it.
Serving video that adapts well to all viewports, whether on the desktop or your iPhone should be a priority for your web site. Here’s one way to embed your videos in WordPress that takes just a few minutes to complete.
It used to be that adding scripts to your theme was as easy as using the traditional, manual method of marking them up in your theme’s header or footer file. The better way is to make use of the wp_enqueue_script function.
If you’re running many sites that need to run on WordPress, instead of installing a new instance of WordPress for every site, you can run all of your sites from one install.
See the image to the right of this post? That was placed there using the Featured Image (AKA Post Thumbnail) option in WordPress. Let’s learn how to activate and use it in your posts.