If you’re curious about how to add a slider showcasing Woocommerce featured products on the shop page of your theme, you’re in the right place.
If you’re curious to know how to add some new Customizer options to any WordPress theme (no code required), this is the video for you.
If you have a WordPress-powered business website, chances are you’ll want to help your customers find you in the easiest possible way.
One of the best ways to do so is to add a Google Maps pointing to your business location.
In this video I’m going to show you how to add Google Maps functionality to my Pizzaland WordPress theme for restaurants, bistros, and cafes.
It’s quick and involves little to no code.
Here’s a short video to show you how to add social sharing functionality to your WordPress website: no coding required.
If you’re curious to know more about how to format and display text on the web using CSS, don’t miss my latest article on SitePoint:
I think the Gallery component in WordPress is quite cool. It’s a pity that if you link the gallery image to the image file, the browser displays the image file on its own page and you’re left without any other way of going back to the website except for clicking the back button. This is far from ideal.
Users will have a much better experience if, by clicking on the image, this pops up with a fancy lightbox effect without leaving the gallery page.
In this post I wrote for SitePoint, I show you how to add a lightbox effect by integrating jQuery Colorbox with the WordPress Gallery from inside your theme. All this without bloating your website’s code with one more WordPress plugin:
WordPress themes users more and more expect to be able to change aspects of their theme’s appearance without touching any code. The latest tool to deliver theme options is the WordPress Customizer. Kirki is a great, evolving Customizer wrapper that optimizes development time with the WordPress Customizer.
If you’d like to know more about how to work with the Kirki Toolkit, here’s my latest article on SitePoint:
One common customization request from clients is to have a different typeface for their WordPress theme. If you’d like to do the same in your theme, you need to apply a different
font-family in the CSS document.
In this short video, I’m going to show you how to replace the fonts in the Twenty Fifteen WordPress theme with your own chosen fonts.