WordPress Black Friday 2018 is here! Yes, it’s that time of the year again. Black Friday is the first Friday after Thanksgiving in the USA.
If you are looking for a way to disable comments in WordPress, this article will help you accomplish this task.
Great color can be a key part of your next design project.
Selecting a color palette can be an almost overwhelming decision. What colors to choose? How many? What kind of mood will color create?
Sometimes the toughest step in building a new website or redesign can be the conceptual ones. Selecting a color palette is one of them that can be tough if you don’t have the right tools. So where do you start?
I want to start this article by talking about the general idea of accessibility. If you’ve never heard of this concept then it’s a good idea to identify this as the practice of making the web accessible for people with disabilities.
We all know that responsive design is the way to go. The web is meant to be accessible by any and all devices.
This is a quick tutorial on creating a minimal, sticky, or fixed, navigation with CSS. Let’s get started right away!
I started working with WordPress a couple of years ago when I decided to launch a couple of content sites. Since then I’ve been working a lot with WordPress and in general loving it.
In short, Git is a version control software. It means it helps manage changes to a project without overwrites and loss of work. Therefore, if something gets messed up, broken or overridden Git is going to help you get back the otherwise lost work.