This weeks Gutenberg release comes – among other things – with the ability of block nesting. Continue reading WordPress weekly recap #7: block nesting in Gutenberg and more
This week there were two new releases for WordPress – the planned 4.9.3 version and the unplanned 4.9.4. Continue reading WordPress weekly recap #6: WordPress 4.9.3, 4.9.4 and more
Since WordPress 4.6 it is relatively simple to add validation to customize settings, to give helpful error messages to the user. Here I show you how that works. Continue reading Validating customize settings with displaying error messages
This week the JS docs initiative was started to add inline documentation to all JS files of WordPress. Continue reading WordPress weekly recap #5: JS docs initiative and more
When creating a customize section, you define a title for it. Sometimes it can be useful to change this title during a customize session, for example, to reflect the value of a control, like the GIF shows:
I did not find a solution for that via the Customize JS API, so there was only the way via manipulating the DOM directly. Continue reading Change title of customize section
Not very much going on this week. Gutenberg 2.1 was released, that – among other things – contains visual changes of the up/down arrows. Continue reading WordPress weekly recap #4: Gutenberg 2.1 and more
When you are opening a panel in the customizer, either you get options directly (like in the »Site Identity« panel) or links to sections (like in the menu area). By default, these links look like in the screenshot below for Slider settings – the section title in a light area background with an arrow on the right side.
We want to change this so that we get a describing text with a button to open the section, as shown in the screenshot for Portfolio feature. Continue reading Using a custom template for the head container of a customizer section
Servehappy is a WordPress feature project now, and the next step is getting the information page live. To get this done, the team needs help from designers. Continue reading WordPress weekly recap #3: Servehappy project needs design help and more
Sometimes it can be helpful to close a section in the WordPress Customizer, for example, after a button was clicked. If you know how to do it, it is really easy to do, but I searched for a while recently until finding the solution.
With this one-liner you can close a section:
hannover_portfolio_archive_page_options is the ID of the section you want to close.