January 25, 2023
Particularly for use on the home page when design layouts do not include title text in the content area.Read More
Great for drop downs, fly outs, and mobile menus.Read More
You can achieve more stylistic versatility within your WordPress backend, and theme, if you’re able to inject fonts within the WYSIWYG editor.
This is possible if you are using embedded fonts, or if you are using fonts from a hosted library using the below function, and the Advanced TinyMCE plugin addon.Read More
November 23, 2015
Sub-navigation must be in a containerRead More
IFrames can be difficult to customize. If you want to add a border, or a box shadow to them, it can be simpler to do so if you wrap them in a parent div, and apply the necessary changes to this container. Border-radius will work with a parent div, when you couple it with overflow: hidden; forcing the clipping of the contained elements, and giving the illusion of the effect you’re looking for.Read More