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jQuery / Javascript

Can I Make Google Maps Match the Color Scheme of My Site?

Brent Reno • September 8, 2017

It’s great having google maps embedded on a site, but sometimes the default color scheme just doesn’t look great with everything else going on. For the purpose of this, let’s assume the API key is already…

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Uncaught TypeError: .sort is not a function ?!

Sarah Berg • August 16, 2017

So i’ve done some ajax calls and wanted to sort my results and ran into the error: Uncaught TypeError: resultData.sort is not a function This is because the returned data is an object and jQuery’s sort…

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Are there vanilla alternatives to jQuery?

Mike Wang • June 30, 2017

jQuery definitely has its shining moments. After all, there must be a reason for its enormous popularity. However, there are also many situations where the use of jQuery adds HTTP requests and data to transfer without enough…

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Is There a JS Library for Generating a PDF?

Brent Reno • June 27, 2017

jsPDF is a Javascript library used to generate  PDF files, that can be downloaded, printed or emailed. Getting Started: To star declare a new instance of jsPDF. var doc= new jsPdf(); You can pass parameters in…

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Can the Wysiwyg in WordPress have a custom Color Swatch Library?

Biz Cook • June 12, 2017

The pre-determined color swatch options in a wysiwyg are colors that usually clash with the overall branding of the website. To encourage the content editor to use colors that coincide with the branding identity of an…

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Is it possible to have a React Front End for your WordPress Site?

Loren Wright • May 30, 2017

As of WordPress 4.7, developers are able to use what is called the WP REST API out of the box without the need for any additional plugins. The REST API takes all of your WordPress posts,…

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What Should I Use to Make Custom Select Fields?

Ashley Wright • May 5, 2017

If you’re looking for a way to customize your select fields, I would recommend Select2.js. Select2 allows you to easily style the select field itself as well as the dropdown list below. Some of the options I’ve…

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Can I add custom styles to my embedded Twitter timeline?

Biz Cook • April 10, 2017

Want to customize your twitter timeline to the branding of your website? Need to delete the media from showing in the embedded feed? With this simple function, you can customize all kinds of styles to have…

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How Do I Autoplay Vimeo Videos Without Sound?

Buttons Kavanagh • February 16, 2017

Using video is a great way to get users on your website engaged with the content. And with video websites like Vimeo you can easily embed content onto your site without having to worry about uploading a…

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CSS

Is it possible to add a background color to every other row in a table after filtering?

Biz Cook • February 10, 2017

Table row styles are usually straight forward, and generally you’d use CSS. Something similar to this: tr:nth-child(even) { background-color: red; } But what happens when a user filters the table rows? Once you ‘display:none’ the table…

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How can I use ScrollMagic for better scrolling animations?

Loren Wright • January 27, 2017

Animations are becoming increasingly popular among today’s websites. One creative way to incorporate animations into your website is to have a user’s mouse scroll trigger the animations. This adds a sense of interactivity that today’s users…

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Fixing Blurry Logos and Background Images

Caleb Szydlo • January 26, 2017

As retina screens and HD monitors are becoming more common developers must account for higher resolution images and icons. Given the wide range of support for newer formats it can be difficult to load the latest…

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Automatically Updating Copyright Year

Caleb Szydlo • December 30, 2016

The holidays are almost over and 2016 is in the books, and as much as some people would like to put it behind them we need to first take care of some simple housekeeping. So leave…

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Console.yuleLog() – A primer on JS logging

Jeffrey Rivera • December 22, 2016

Happy Holidays front end friends. Today I will be doing a dive into some logging functions you may not know about. Debugging is a large part of developing and mastery of the debugging tools available to…

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How can I add a Google Analytics tracking code to a Formidable Form?

Caleb Szydlo • November 1, 2016

Adding a Google Analytics tracking event to a Formidable Form is a fairly quick fix that can be handled through the CMS, without having to mess with any theme files. Inside of the Formidable settings in…

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