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This is the second post in a two-part series about creating a Gulp workflow for WordPress theme development. Part one focused on the initial installation, setup, and organization of Gulp in a WordPress theme project. This post goes deep into the tasks Gulp will run by breaking down what each task does and how to tailor them to streamline theme development.
Now that we spent the first part of this series setting up a WordPress theme project with Grunt installed …
This is the first part of a two-part series on creating a Gulp workflow for WordPress theme development. This first part covers a lot of ground for the initial setup, including Gulp installation and an outline of the tasks we want it to run. If you’re interested in how the tasks are created, then stay tuned for part two.
Earlier this year, I created a course for building premium WordPress themes. During the process, I wanted to use a …
One thing that has long surprised (and saddened) me is that the
clip-path property, as awesome as it is, only takes a few values. The
ellipse() functions are nice, but hiding overflows and rounding with
border-radius generally helps there already. Perhaps the most useful value is
polygon() because it allows us to draw a shape out of straight lines at arbitrary points.
Here’s a demo of each value:
See the Pen clip-path examples by Chris Coyier (…