I was building a Divi site for a client and they wanted a dramatically different looking header for interior pages. The visual differences couldn’t be accomplished with CSS alone. There had to be some structural changes.Continue reading “Different headers in Divi”
My client wanted to integrate Event Espresso with ConstantContact. Unfortunately, Event Espresso did not already have an add-on that provided this integration — they do have one for MailChimp, if that helps you. Credit to the developers of the MailChimp add-on, because I referenced some of their code in creating the ConstantContact integration.Continue reading “Event Espresso ConstantContact Integration”
I’ve used this technique on several different projects, all relating to fetching Joomla article content via an Ajax call and appending
tmpl=component at the end of the URL. As I’ve lamented before, adding
tmpl=component does display only the contents of the page without the surrounding context, but it also loads the jQuery and Bootstrap frameworks.
Petfinder 3.3.0 introduced the Polaroid Effect option thanks to a recommendation from my good friend at GrimeyMedia. You can check it out on the demo page. Once the Polaroid Effect is enabled, a site administrator has the ability to set the maximum degree of rotation for each pet card. The range is between 1 and 10. For example, if the range is set to 5, the rotation of each pet card will be randomly assigned between -5 and 5 degrees.Continue reading “The Petfinder Module – Version 3.3.0”
Recently, I’ve been working to remove jQuery dependencies on personal projects. I outlined some of that effort with the refactoring of my A-Z Directory module. But I turned my attention to my joomla.bmorecreativeinc.com site, which as you might have guessed, is a Joomla site which serves as my demonstration, documentation, and download repository for my three Joomla modules. I was using jQuery for some basic functionality, namely a scroll-to-top arrow in the site footer and a mobile navigation slideToggle animation.Continue reading “Vanilla”