The Petfinder Module – Version 3.3.0

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 […]

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Edge object-fit Fallback without a Polyfill or Modernizr

For the A-Z Directory module, I wanted a sensible and aesthetically pleasing approach to displaying contact images. Without knowing the width and height dimensions of the images people would be using for their contact images, I looked to the object-fit CSS property to avoid squashing and stretching the images. Object-fit has great support in modern browsers except for Edge.

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MutationObserver – The Coolest API I’m Not Using, But Should Be

Ninja Kick: WordPress Contact Form Plugin is a great plugin and well worth its modest cost. It provides a responsive, off-canvas solution for displaying forms. You can have multiple Ninja Kick forms on one page, but you can only configure the tab to display one label. In the example below, the default label is “Request […]

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