Google Maps InfoWindow, Advanced Custom Fields (acf)

I’ve been fortunate enough to use Advanced Custom Fields (acf) add-on of Google Maps several times and have had really nice results (pairs vary well with snazzy maps for google map visual customization). The only thing is that its not documented very well passed its default use.  Often enough you want default functionality that google … Continued

WordPress If Statements

WordPress Conditional Tags and Statements that can help along the way When looking to display specific content on page wether it be an image/copy/etc you will need a specific WordPress If Statement.  Below are a list of WordPress If Statements you may need along the way, as well other specifics. is_home() – home page is_front_page() – … Continued

Magento Simple Configurable Products

Configurable products are great, but when you need to use simple product pricing for different groups then configurable products on their own just wont cut it. Simple Configure Products is free and is actually the best option for this situation. Magento Simple Configurable Products, makes it so the price for configurable products is taken directly from … Continued

Show Magento Custom Attribute

To show and/or display a Magento Custom Attribute after you’ve set it up is very simple. Simple add the following: <?php echo $_product->getAttributeName() ?> Or use in an if statement for more control: <?php if( $_product->getAttributeName() != ”): ?> //echo the attribute here as seen above <? endif; ?> Using either of the options will … Continued

Magento If Statements

Magento can create a few puzzling question along the way and hopefully some of this information will help clear that up! In my personal experience I’ve used “if-statements” in Magento a great deal to keep the structure intact while still have a very high level of control. Here are a few snippets that will help … Continued

Ubermenu not working on Roots Theme?

Using Urbermenu? Is that little bastard not working on your Roots based site? This should do the trick! Add the following to the custom.php file function stop_removing_core_classes(){ remove_filter(‘nav_menu_css_class’, ‘roots_nav_menu_css_class’, 10 ); remove_filter(‘nav_menu_item_id’, ‘__return_null’); } add_action( ‘init’ , ‘stop_removing_core_classes’ ); then replace the current nav in the header-top-navbar.php with this: <nav role=”navigation”>  <?php if (has_nav_menu(‘primary_navigation’)) : … Continued