I discovered that the code I was using to reposition the calendar export links on single events was no longer working, and had to revise the code I created in 2016 to make the iCal and Gcal buttons show up below the event meta instead of above it. Continue Reading Update: Moving the Events Calendar iCal and Gcal links in 2018 Because code never stands still
On today’s round-table, Sallie Goetsch and John Locke joined the show’s co-host Kim Shivler to share tips for making your websites mobile friendly along with recent news stories. Continue Reading WP-Tonic 250: Tips & Tricks On How to Make Your Websites More Mobile Friendly
This week’s roundtable featured Sallie Goetsch, Adam Fout, John Locke, and Chris Badgett along with host Jonathan Denwood discussing the many uses of custom fields in WordPress, and plugins for managing them like Advanced Custom Fields (ACF), Pods, and Toolset Types. Continue Reading 247 WP-Tonic Friday Round-Table Show: Extending WordPress Using ACF (Advanced Custom Fields)
Neither of the panel’s Genesis enthusiasts was able to participate in this week’s panel. I had a crippling migraine and Jackie d’Elia had a schedule conflict. That makes the discussion somewhat less valuable, or at any rate somewhat less accurate, than it might have been. Continue Reading WP-Tonic 245: Does the Genesis Framework Have a Future in a World of Theme & Page Builders?
Barry Kooij’s Related Posts for WordPress is a great plugin, but the default list view takes up a lot of space. Here’s how to convert that bulky list into a compact row or grid using CSS Grid. Continue Reading CSS Grid Layout for Related Posts for WordPress Customize the display of the free plugin with a few lines of code