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CSS

Making Ems Human Friendly

Caleb Szydlo • May 19, 2017

Ems are great for todays web due to the necessity of responsive designs. Instead of changing each elements pixel font size with media queries to accommodate the differences between mobile and desktop, Ems or Rems allow you…

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Uncategorized

How to pull a static copy of a website

Darren Hagen • May 17, 2017

A client of ours recently found themselves in a bit of a pickle. They had a website that they no longer had hosting access to. The site was live but the developers they previously worked with…

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Wordpress

How to access the last ACF Flexible Content Field

Darren Hagen • May 15, 2017

So, some developers would just list them all and hide all but the last one. That works fine, but if the field volume gets pretty large you will have a heavy page load even though you…

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API

ZERO_RESULTS from the geocode API for business zip codes

Sarah Berg • May 12, 2017

We recently ran into a scenario where finding a zip code internationally was not producing any results. We read a little more into the zip code structure in Switzerland and found …

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jQuery / Javascript

Custom Select Fields With Select2.js

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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CSS

Add custom styles to your 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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Sass

Bourbon + Neat = semantic grid system

Laurel Johnson • April 3, 2017

I’ve used Bourbon and Neat on a couple projects recently and have found the Neat grid to be simple and easy to use.  These are a few of the things I particularly like about it: Rows are…

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Wordpress

Creating Custom Titles for Advanced Custom Fields Flexible Content Blocks

Loren Wright • March 28, 2017

Advanced Custom Fields is a great tool for creating custom content areas within WordPress sites. With the Flexible Content field type in ACF, developers are able to create layouts that can be reused and restructured from…

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PHP

How to List Posts in a Taxonomy by Year

Buttons Kavanagh • March 19, 2017

Listing posts by taxonomy term is a common feature requested when displaying blog posts. Sometimes you also want to separate those posts in sections by their year like this: 2017 News 2017 News Post 2017 News…

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Wordpress

Formidable: Populate select field with a post type

Sarah Berg • March 9, 2017

Setting up options in formidable is easy if you know what your options are.  There are times tho that the list is dynamic and we want to keep it up to date as the site updates….

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Wordpress

WordPress Related Posts Section

Ashley Wright • March 1, 2017

Are you searching for a way to display related blog posts in WordPress? Perhaps they are connected by one or multiple taxonomies? Look no further.  The answer lies in a fairly straightforward and flexible WordPress query….

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Security

Making WordPress Logins More Secure

Caleb Szydlo • February 27, 2017

Most WordPress sites follow a common url for the admin login and core directories. Since this is predictable, bots and other automated tasks can go to the /wp-admin or /wp-login.php and bombard the login with common…

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jQuery / Javascript

Autoplay Embedded 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

After filtering, add a background color to every other row in a table

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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Wordpress

WordPress User Profiles with Frontend Editing and Custom User Fields

Laurel Johnson • February 6, 2017

In this post, we’ll create custom WordPress user profiles that users can update from the frontend of your site. We’ll be using a well-maintained WordPress plugin called Theme My Login (TML) that gives you a head start on…

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