I am a very versatile creative artist, web designer, WordPress consultant and theme developer in Tampa Bay, Florida. I also create logos, brochures, and other marketing collateral.
I can honestly say I’ve not worked with anyone more creative and talented in web design than Christina.
Fresh from my blog
If you updated to 4.8 WordPress you’ll notice a lot of nice improvements, but there is one thing that was done that I felt was like an artist over-working her painting: changing the Text widget to use a rich text editor. There are already plugins for that. The old pre 4.8 text widget was a way to add little snippets of html in your widgetized areas (aka sidebars). In many Genesis child themes, we rely ... Read More
This logo was a joy to design. It’s so pretty and makes me happy. Which is appropriate since… Sukha is a Sanskrit and Pali word that is often translated happiness, ease, pleasure or bliss. Well, that’s all I have to write. ... Read More
Heavily Modify Simple Social Icons Plugin: Add another social network, re-order, use latest Font Awesome…
This post is OUTDATED. The plugin has been update. See their GitHub Readme for how to add icons. It’s been a very long time since I last blogged. I’ve been busy with projects and life and couldn’t squeeze in the time. This is pushing it as well, but I had an urge to share. I have also not updated my site too. I guess I’m suffering from the “plumber has a leaky faucet” syndrome. In ... Read More
In the StudioPress.com forum a person asked about having her columns naturally collapse so that the content will be 4 columns where there’s the width for it and, as the viewport decreases in width, the columns will start stacking in to 2 and then 1 column. The column classes that come with Genesis, Bootstrap, and others don’t do that. They use floats. You can use Flexbox or you can use inline-block. Flexbox is still buggy ... Read More