Author: Corey Collins

Visual Composer: Taming and Customizing a WordPress Page Builder

Options are great. It’s always a wonderful thing to have options. I think most of us likely grew up being told that having options was important–for instance, fallback options, or when Plan A falls apart. Sometimes, though, too many options can create headaches and confusion. Maybe each new choice sitting in...

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Solving the Responsive Images Problem with WordPress Responsive Images

The quest for a beautiful, responsive website is ever-present. As front-end developers, we know the tricks of the trade when it comes to making all of those fancy little features work from desktop to mobile. Whether it’s degrading hover-based actions gracefully or just making sure everything falls where it should,...

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Remembering Community in the Face of Negativity (AKA When .Org Users Attack!)

Sometimes it’s easy to forget that WordPress is actually a community. I’m easily reminded of the community aspects when I look at my Twitter feed–where I can catch up with awesome WP community members quickly, jump into conversations, or just revel in the many indispensable links shared by any number...

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