I’ve been thinking about a line that Eric Weinstein said on Sam Harris’s podcast “Waking Up With Same Harris”, it was in relation to Sam’s over pursuit of the literal truth: “You’re…
During my last visit to Melbourne, I friend of mine gifted me a copy of Viktor E. Frankl’s best selling book “Man’s Search For Meaning”. While I always appreciate a good book (thanks E!) I didn’t think too much of it, I certainly didn’t foresee myself reading the entire thing on my short 2 hour flight home. Then again what did I expect from a book that has sold over 12 million copies in over dozen different languages?
If you’re in the business of WordPress theme development and find your self change options and settings regularly, you’re customers are going to hate you; IF you don’t implement some kind of migration strategy.
In the previous UI/UX post I covered how to re-skin the customizer by enqueuing your own stylesheet that will allow you to override the customizers base styling. In this post Im going to cover adding titles that essentially allow us to ‘group’ sections for better readability and organisation.
In the madness that is a WordPress ‘theme release’ I often find myself playing around with the options in the customizer for WAY too long. While this helps to iron out any bugs that the theme might have, it perhaps more importantly puts me in the shoes of the user.