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
Special guest John James Jacoby joins the WP-Tonic posse to discuss how to setup and use WordPress Multisite. John has been a WordPress core contributor and lead developer for both the BuddyPress and bbPress projects. He believes Multisite should be enabled by default. Continue Reading WP-Tonic 241: Advice on Setting up & Using WordPress Multisite
What’s going to happen to WordPress page builders when the new Gutenberg editor adds page layout capabilities? The WP-Tonic Roundtable speculates. Continue Reading WP-Tonic #239: The Future of WordPress Page Builders
This week’s round-table gathered to discuss Design Elements for your WordPress website including selecting a color scheme, and fonts. Sallie Goetsch, Adam Preiser, Kim Shivler, and special guest Amanda McCoy joined host Jonathan Denwood. Continue Reading #237 WP-Tonic Round-Table “Basic Design Principles From Color Palette to Layout for Your Website”