How to create legal contracts with Gravity Form’s HTML and Signature fields, in a final result of a downloadable PDF.
Styling with Class in WordPress
Use the Power of Classes in CSS To Target Specific Page Elements Recently I decided to spiff up the look of my About page. At the top were two square thumbnail images side-by-side – kinda plain. I decided I wanted to show larger images, make them circular, and make sure they looked good on mobile. […]
Move Primary Navigation To Header Right in Genesis Child Theme
For those of you smarties that have bought the Utility Pro theme, you may recognize my name as the one that answers your support queries. If the same how-to question appears several times over it means we either need to update the documentation (if it’s a theme setup-type question) or consider writing a tutorial if […]
Add Font Awesome-ness to a Widget Title in WordPress
We all know the wonders of using Font Awesome, right? They can add a little graphic pizazz to your website without any performance hits from traditional graphic images. While building out my (this) website using my customized version of Utility Pro, I decided to spruce up the Home Welcome widget area — I wanted to […]