Just Another Brick…

Posted on: July 11,2016

Love is like a brick. You can build a house, or you can sink a dead body. Lady Gaga So the fine people of Divi nation (more specifically, those who subscribe to the Divi Theme Tutorials Facebook page) have requested a tutorial on how to implement a masonry layout in Divi from Elegant Themes. This tutorial […]

Bloom Plugin for Divi and a Tale of Selectors

Posted on: July 4,2016

Today’s tutorial will be a little long-winded to give a simple intro to Parent:Child relationships and selectors. While it is written with Divi as an example, it applies generally to CSS on all types of pages. I’ve been spending a bit of time on Facebook lately looking through various groups dedicated to web design. I’m […]

Bloody Hell!

Posted on: April 1,2016

“So why in the name of Voldemort’s saggy left —” So I took the day off from the “Job that shall not be mentioned” to put together a few more portfolio pieces that will hopefully lead to me getting additional freelance work. I’ve started using a new (to me) tool called Divi. Please note that […]

Font-Awesome and WordPress

Posted on: March 19,2016

I’m starting to wrap my head around WordPress – and believe me, with a head this thick that takes awhile! At any point, I love using Font-Awesome (btw – they don’t have a specific icon for their font-awesome product, I think they use fa-flag . They do have one for fort-awesome an interesting way to […]

What sort of hosting is best?

Posted on: March 16,2016

Greetings to all my readers! Inside joke, but seriously, thanks for reading Mom So, I didn’t make it out of bed when I thought I would this morning, so I didn’t have time to post. I thought I would squeeze a quick one in (wink, wink) before dinner. Right now I’m using conventional hosting through […]

Which CMS?

Posted on: March 15,2016

Slight diversion for two things before I get into the meaty goodness of my post. 1. I’ve decided that I should force myself to leave a blog post every morning. Most times I’ll focus on what I’m currently learning both from the perspective of a student and an educator of several decades. 2. Several weeks ago […]