This is a quick how to crate a WordPress Gallery:
- Log into your WordPress site
- Create a new page or post
- Click on Add Media
- Drag and drop your images, or browse and select your images
- On the left hand side click create gallery
- Make sure all of your images are selected, and now on the right hand side click Create a new gallery.
- Arrange your image order and the number of columns you would like.
- Click insert gallery.
- Click Publish or Update
Use one of the following methods to enqueue jQuery in your WordPress theme.
The Quick and Easy Way
This is the way that I usually enqueue jQuery in my WordPress themes. In your themes header.php file, hopefully you’re doing this in a child theme, you’re going to want to add the following Continue reading “How To Use jQuery In WordPress”
Making a WordPress Child Theme is one of the most fundamental steps to customizing your WordPress site. The reason for this is that once you’ve made a child theme if you mess it up it won’t effect the frame work/parent theme, or if the parent theme gets updated all of those modifications won’t be erased. Continue reading “How To Make A WordPress Child Theme”
Recently I was tasked with integrating TripAdvisor reviews into UberVida’s testimonial section. The idea was simple enough but the task itself was a bit more complicated than I original thought. TripAdvisor offers some widgets to add reviews to your site, but lets be honest they suck when it comes to styling or customization.
[su_highlight]*There is now a complete plugin available based off of this article, you can download it and read how to use it here.[/su_highlight] Continue reading “Integrate TripAdvisor Reviews Into A WordPress Site”