While WordPress offers a ton of features and flexibility, there is still a lot of functionality missing from the core software. The best way to fill in the missing pieces, of course, is to get yourself the right plugins.
Recently, we took a dive into the very core concepts behind CSS layout and explored the differences between absolute and relative positioning. We’re going to follow that up with another CSS layout talk, this time based around a fundamental question that almost every new developer asks: how do you center something?
While it’s entirely possible to interact with your WordPress website only through the dashboard, understanding how your install is structured, and which files perform which functions, is crucial in order to attain a higher degree of control over your site. At the very least, this understanding will enable…
How often do you hear about UI design colors these days? Unless you’re talking to a UI designer, not often. Browse a successful WordPress website, however, and you’ll see different colors that communicate the brand’s message, convey the website’s structure, improve object recognition, and provide loads of other benefits.
The recent success of Oscar-winning movie “The Artist” proved that black and white films can still compete with those shot in color, but these days that’s more of an exception than the rule. And that’s because color has allowed filmmakers to find new ways to tell stories.