Google developed special miniaturized cameras to do a street view of the world’s largest model railroad system. There goes my afternoon.
Another boring Divi post. But as I keep discovering more middling-to-advanced things that need to be done, new problems arise. Today it’s a problem with how rows and columns wrap on a smaller screen. So look here: For this site, a portfolio for an illustrator and cartoonist, we want to break up the monotony of: […]
Who doesn’t love list web sites? I remember pushing — hard — for one back in 2003 (it didn’t go anywhere so who cares if I was a visionary?). But it’s a recursive thing.
I’m trying to make a simple customization to an Elegant Themes product, and their own support forums are giving two highly dubious responses.
I was trying to do a radio-button select form for an evaluation, the kind where there’s a question and then a series of buttons for “agree,” “somewhat agree” and “disagree.”
The default Bootstrap code made it a mess, so here are a few styles you can add to neaten it up.
There’s a couple of little things you can do with a little elbow grease and the Google. We’ve changed the header around, organized the portfolio module better, replicated the contact information bar in a footer widget, added next/previous links to our portfolio items. Hope this helps someone.
Or is it just me. Now that 1/4 of the web sites in the world are using it, and most of them are probably downloading the upgrade package along with various theme and plugin upgrades, things are a little bit slow today.
This time, Evolve. A somewhat overwhelming array of options, many of which make the site look overdone.
They should have kept the marker comp.
“Agama?” I need to change themes more often. It was nice, but it didn’t work. Back to the previous version…
Like the old riddle about the 12 coins, where you have to find the one that’s different.