In this tutorial, I’ll be writing about a radio image control for the WordPress customizer. This was a request, but I honestly don’t remember who asked for it. Sorry for forgetting. I hope you’re following the blog. This type of control is also something I’ve needed for a long while. It’s now being used in […]
This post is part of my ongoing series of helping theme authors out with building customizer fields that they need help with. This request comes from Nilambar Sharma. The specific request was, “Have you developed customizer control for multi checkbox. Say five choices are given and user can select multiple items from there?” The closest […]
A couple of weeks ago, the WordPress.org Theme Review Team (TRT) announced that we’d be requiring theme options to go through the customizer rather than custom settings screens. I wrote the post explaining the details of our settings guideline change. In that post, I volunteered my coding services for building custom controls for anyone who […]
In the past week, an interesting discussion has started on how best to handle stylesheets in child themes. The discussion has centered around the best method for loading a parent theme stylesheet via a child theme. Morten Rand-Hendriksen kicked off the discussion in his post Challenges with the new method for inheriting parent styles in […]
How themes can register multiple default background images using the WordPress custom backgrounds feature.
How to create a parent-to-child post relationship between posts belonging to two different post types in WordPress.
Creating a simple social nav menu using Genericons and CSS attribute selectors.
Simple social media menus using the WordPress nav menu system and CSS attribute selectors.