Maps provide important information for users but they can pose a serious UX problem for mobile users. The Problem. Scrolling through a page is one of the most common things a user does when visiting a site. When we scroll, we expect the page to move, up or down. But, when a user encounters a map …continue reading
TLDR: “Show Me The Function” (get the code) The Dynamic Pricing Plugin Is Cool We are currently developing a website for a poultry farm that is taking their business online. Sweet! If you are wondering: Yes, the United States Postal Services does deliver live chicks. Who knew? Anyways, our client price per chick varies with …continue reading
This is a brief example of how to add custom fields to product variations and then showing/hidding the custom field data per the respective product variation selected by the user. Introduction Our client, Almost Heaven Saunas, well you guessed it, makes saunas. The DIY type! Its a pretty cool product. Almost Heaven Saunas makes multiple …continue reading
One of the keys to becoming a better WordPress developer is knowing what plugins to use, and better yet, not use. It is a discipline to keep your site lean and mean in light of the multitude of plugins out there. Plugins are good – they add things to our sites that we need, but …continue reading
Recently I was working on enhancing the functionality of one of our client’s webapps by adding the ability to have the app dump data directly into their Microsoft Dynamix GP ERP system via FTP. This data was previously handled by CSV export that was sent via email, then manually entered, so while the process was …continue reading
Restricting dates on a jQuery UI datepicker is relatively easy – though perhaps a bit more challenging than it first appears. We recently coded a solution that combines the need to restrict weekends with a the necessity to keep the selected day two business days in the futures.