What does the software we use actually do, and does it work in our favour?
Here are the slides to download from my 2017 WordCamp London talk.
When you submit a form the Gravity Forms default spinner appears. It is a gif, which doesn’t look great when used on anything but a white background, and isn’t retina-friendly. Let’s sort that out. RocketGenius have documentation for the ajax … Continued
Jeremy Keith’s “1 piece of advice around building responsively”, from this week’s interview in responsivedesign.is: I think that even now, there’s still a tendency for people to think of the desktop view as the default, and the small-screen view … Continued
I decided to use the Advanced Custom Fields Gallery field to show some images on a specific post type. Easy enough, but I wanted to set the featured image from the first gallery image, as there’s a performance hit involved … Continued
A woman’s right to choose is a cause I’m passionate about. These slides from WordCamp London 2015 describe why and how the Abortion Support Network – an organisation I volunteer for – helps Irish and Northern Irish women obtain terminations in … Continued
A little late, but here’s the link to my slides from WordCamp Birmingham 2015.
I’m sure you could also do this with pre_get_posts, but this works nicely, replacing post_class() within the article block. Could also be done with CSS :first-child of course.
The below is a collection of functions to alter address formatting in Gravity Forms. The built-in format isn’t very helpful if you’re in the UK, so this changes the labels and allows a “UK/Ireland” choice to be made in the … Continued
I prefer not to duplicate code, so this gist allows for moving DOM elements on window resize, at 768px.