Recent WP project was working on Bruce Bugbee’s website and updating the shopping cart for Woocommerce and setting up items to be sold. Also fixed up some old styling issues that were lingering around. The Bruce Bugbee Development and Design project was a great opportunity to really dig into Woocommerce and understand the complexity of such a well know E-Commerce WordPress plugin.
You can view Bruce Bugbee’s shopping cart here.
Note: The design of the site was not mine, I only helped fix messed up styles*
Just finished up another site for Cameron Taylor, and this time we went a different route. Using a JQuery parallax template, I converted it to work with WordPress. Check it out here and enjoy! Continue reading “Cameron Taylor Films”
So if you’re designing and you have run into the issue of background images not showing up in Safari and iPhone’s then check out this little trick that will save your life! Just by adding some extra than usual code to your CSS style sheet will help you settle this issue with Safari and iPhones. Continue reading “Having issues with background image showing in Safari and iPhones [solved]”
Recently had the opportunity to work on a construction website. This was fun because a lot of custom plugins and widgets were involved creating this website, along with custom forms. Continue reading “Golden State General Contractors”
Here is the official website for destincantrell.com. Go check it out and share it with everyone! Although this site is still under construction because Destin Cantrell hasn’t given any content, or in my opinion want the site anymore, I think I’m just going to sit on destincantrell.com until someone offers me a price… Continue reading “Destin Cantrell – Freestyle Motocross”
Vistage was a fun company to work for, they really knew what they wanted, which made life easy and to top it off all the employees were on top of their game when it came to online marketing and knew quite a bit about best practices. Working for Vistage was a pleasant experience and would work for them again in a heart beat in the future.
In this tutorial were going to learn how to call classes to paragraph tags, by changing color and font sizes. Continue reading “CSS – Class Element”
In this tutorial we are going to see how to float divs using the “float” element in CSS. Also I’m going to show an example of divs without floating so you get the idea. The reason for using float is to discard using tables and makes life and coding much, much easier and flexible. Continue reading “CSS – Floating divs using CSS”
In this tutorial were going to go over how to link style sheets to your HTML pages so you don’t have to keep changing the styles of text and stuff on all pages. Continue reading “HTML – Linking Style Sheets”
if you go into your “bootstrap.min.css” file and do a search for “.navbar .dropdown-menu:after” and in there you will find a border attribute for “border-bottom” and in there will be a color of “#fff”, just change that hex color to your liking and this will change the color of the arrow.