How to create legal contracts with Gravity Form’s HTML and Signature fields, in a final result of a downloadable PDF.
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. […]
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 […]
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 […]