I recently redesigned my website and in doing so I wanted to really dig into the benefits of gulp and Sass in website development. I’m not new to gulp or Sass, using it regularly in the freelance work that I do, but often the gulp file, or gulp template, is pre-determined by another designer, developer, […]
Many of us have adapted Visual Studio Code as our code editor, but are we using it to its full potential? In this post, I want to discuss some of the further benefits, customizations and features of Visual Studio Code that could take your experience with it to another level.
Is there a difference between a parameter and an argument? Are they synonymous with one another? I’ve been guilty of it myself when talking about functions……using the words parameter and argument interchangeably. I mean, they both come after the function name in the parentheses right? Right! Then what’s the difference between a parameter and an […]
There is a real advantage in showing a potential customer not only what they are getting with a particular package, but also what they are missing out on. For example, if your photography business offers three shooting packages, you may want to list out all of the features of each but cross off the features […]
Let’s say you create a custom post type named Online Bible. You visit your custom post type archive page and the URL is http://example.com/onlinebible. You create a post called Introduction and your URL is: http://example.com/onlinebible/introduction. Great! Now you decide you want a custom taxonomy to categorize your posts by Books of this Bible, so you […]
You Elementor users know you’ve done it a bunch of times……….you know……clicked Edit With Elementor instead of Edit Page up in the admin bar on a non-Elementor post. Its fine if you have built the page with Elementor, but if you have not, then you have just entered Elementor Purgatory, my friend. Or let me […]