Since version 4.7 it is possible to let WordPress generate preview images for uploaded PDF documents. Therefore, your server has to meet the following requirements:
You have to install Imagick — ImageMagick and Ghostscript are installed by default. To retrofit Imagick, you just need to run the following command on the shell and can enjoy PDF preview images for new uploads:
Perhaps you use border-bottom instead of text-decoration: underline to underline links or other text. But if this underline is too far from the text, you have a problem, because you cannot position a border closer to the text. Here I show you how you can resolve that.
For my latest WordPress theme, I modified the output of a standard WordPress menu so that at the frontend URLs to social media channels are displayed as SVG icons. In this post, I show you my solution.
The technique responsive images prevents users from downloading unnecessary large images. Lazy loading only loads images if they are almost in the visible area, so the user does not download images he does not see. This post shows you how to use lazy loading with responsive images in WordPress.