Over the past few weeks, there has been a lot of work done to the starter theme we use at WDS, known as wd_s. Everything from incorporating a pattern library, migrating our build system from Grunt to Gulp, and adding some really great...Read More A Strategy for Styling Gravity Forms
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WordPress filters are used to modify data before being rendered to the browser or saved to the database, and WordPress plugins typically provide filters to modify plugin behavior. Gravity forms is an extremely powerful form plugin that has many filters available. These...Read More Filtering WordPress Form Data with Gravity Forms
Gravity Forms requires no coding skills to create a number of different forms with different fields, a variety of functionality and many notification options.Read More Products We Love: Gravity Forms
As if giving back to WordPress and the community wasn’t cool enough, our next Five for the Future (#5ftf) event is happening tomorrow, Friday, October 3rd, and the event will include a whopping seven new WebDevStudios (WDS) employees. WDS is growing, and...Read More Friday Is for Five for the Future
If you are anything like me, you are dreading the end of summer. Hearing dates in August makes me cringe knowing that, as a northeast gal, I am that much nearer to closing up the swimming pool, packing away my shorts and...Read More Leveraging Technology on Your Nonprofit Website for Fundraising
There are 1.5 million nonprofit and charity organizations registered in the United States. With an ever-increasing competitive market, it’s sometimes tough for nonprofit websites to stand out. I found myself in this very situation throughout my career at nonprofit organizations. I knew the...Read More Tips for Nonprofit Websites
December 7 is a date which lives in infamy. Chrome 63 was officially released. Okay, so really the attack on Pearl Harbor is what is worth remembering about this date, but let’s talk about why the release of Chrome 63 is important to...Read More Google Chrome 63: Goodbye .dev, Hello .test