WordPress themes nowadays are usually packed with appearance options which allow theme users to give a personal note of style to their websites and modify them at their will, without touching a single line of code.
Our themes here at CSSIgniter carry dozens and dozens of color and typography customizer settings and for the vast majority of use cases they are more than enough to completely change a website’s appearance. However, there are still times that we get support tickets requiring help on more involved customizations, and we deal that by providing custom styles for our users’ requests on a case by case scenario.
For a few versions now, the WordPress Customizer comes with a powerful native CSS editor which allows anyone to apply custom CSS styles on their WordPress website. This post is aimed at entry-level website owners who are curious enough to delve a bit more into browser developer tools and how to use them, along with the CSS editor, in order to customizer their WordPress theme beyond its delivered capabilities. Although I assume that basic browser developer tools familiarity exists, I’ll give a quick intro on them below.
A few days ago we released version 1.1 of our great new magazine theme for WordPress, Public Opinion, and I’m here to share with you the basics of how we added floating, sticky videos to the theme’s video post formats so that you can easily add it on your own website if you wish!
This time the set consists of 50 user interface icons available in 3 different variations (Outlines, flat & linecolor). In the zip file you will find SVG & PNG version for all 3 versions, a total of 600 icons ready to be used in any personal or commercial project! (Well, just make sure to credit the original author, that’s not much to ask I guess). Enjoy!
If you are a photographer or any other sort of visual artist you are most likely concerned by the fact that your work can be very easily copied from your site and used elsewhere without your permission. This might cost you both directly if you sell your work online, and indirectly by losing potential clients by not getting proper credit for your work.
Due to the nature websites work it’s very hard to properly protect your work from being copied without permission. One of the most effective ways of preventing people from taking your images are watermarks, these generally make pictures unsuitable to display, especially in commercial settings, but even if someone ends up taking the image, you’ll get proper credit through the watermark. Today we’ll take a look at a plugin that helps you easily add watermarks to any image you upload on your WordPress site.
Løge is the perfect WooCommerce theme for retailers. Whether you’re selling high-street fashion, beauty products, or home accessories, it will stand out of the way letting your products shine. Let’s take a look at some of its features.
WordPress 4.9 is live a few days now and it comes with an awesome new widget: the Gallery widget! In this mini-tutorial we’ll see how to turn our gallery widgets into image slideshows using Slick carousel and minimal code!
Here’s another modern and beautiful template for Elementor tailored for a pastry shop, bakery, other food-related companies. The template is fully responsive and retina ready. With more than 10 pre-designed Elementor sections Vintage will take your business to the next level.
Kio is an Elementor template specially crafted for Barbers with everything such a business needs. Your customers will have a perfect view, regardless of their device of choice. Showcase your contact details, geographic location, services, team, and pricelist in style with Kio.
Emily is a minimal Elementor template for online resume, cv, or a personal one-page website. Put together an online resume in minutes. Add a small paragraph about you, your education, work experience and let potential employers get in touch using the contact form.
We love Slack. It’s the place where every single discussion takes place around here. New theme/plugin features, bugs, roadmaps, tasks, the works. We also have to keep an eye on 2 WordPress multisites (our demos) for plugin or WordPress core updates and we thought it’d be cool to let WordPress call Slack whenever something important happens in these site. Better Call Slack, a free WordPress plugin was born.