Considering that sliders and slider plugins (usually bundled with purchased themes) are quite slow and cumbersome to use, it’s often preferable in many cases to build your own slider to avoid headaches for both you and your clients. Of course, [...]
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If you are experiencing issues with the position:sticky feature in CSS, meaning it’s not working for you, then the reason is usually one of the following: 1. The feature is not supported by your browser Before proceeding, make sure that [...]
Whether you’ve noticed it or not, recently on the Savvy blog, a message pops up for a few seconds if you land on any post that has been updated in the last 45 days. Due to frequent updates, I thought [...]
If you are looking for a way to add numbered pagination to your WordPress template instead of the default “Next Posts” and “Previous Posts,” you can easily do so using the plugin that most of you probably know, called WP-PageNavi. [...]
The plugin Advanced Custom Fields provides a simple and visual interface for creating metaboxes. The result is very intuitive and easy for the client to edit. The ACF plugin includes several functions that allow you to use your own template [...]
CSS Containment is a module that describes a CSS property called contain. This property allows developers to isolate a specific element’s subtree in the DOM and treat it as independent and separate from the rest of the elements in the [...]
Sometimes the functions get_field and the_field of the Advanced Custom Fields plugin are sufficient for pages with a few custom fields. However, for pages with many fields or very complex fields (such as those in Repeater or Flexible Fields), we [...]
Since I use Relevanssi (feel free to search the blog for the word), I have the option to conveniently view which searches were made on the sub-blog. It seems that many people are searching for the phrase “distribution list” and [...]