Since version 3.5 WordPress has a new color picker, the HiDPI-ready, CSS gradient-based color picker called Iris.
Recently when I was developing custom sites for some clients I needed to use their corporate identity colors and I got tired of copy-pasting the different hex codes in the color picker all the time. So I started to look for a way to add custom colors to the color picker. At the end I succeeded. Read on to see how you can do it as well.
I’m very happy to announce that we opened up our Store! You will find here custom codes and plugins for download and for purchase.
As for now there is one product available, FOR FREE: the resources for the iPad Slider, about which I wrote an article earlier.
Of course, in the future more goodies can be expected, ranging from simple codes to more complex plugins adding some features to the Divi theme.
Head over to the Store and grab your Simple iPad Slider and check back soon for more goodies!
I realized some code was not working in some browsers, so I updated it and now it’s totally browser independent.
The Divi theme is full of wonderful moduls which allow you to do basically anything. The one that I was looking forward to test the most was the slider module.
It didn’t disappoint me: it’s easy to use with lots of options and gives an amazing result. Still, I was wondering how it can be further enhanced, let’s say, with having the slides run within an iPad frame. So I started to do it and here I’m sharing the result with you.
Besides Divi I’m using the Divi Children plugin (developed by Luis Alejandre who runs divi4u.com). It’s a great plugin to help you create a child theme for Divi and adds some extra functionality as well.
I recently updated to Divi 2.3 where the offset function was introduced in the blog module. However, it didn’t want to work. Click on Read more to learn about the “bug” and the fix.