PART 1 in a series Steep Learning Curve As an early adopter of the Gutenberg block-based editor, using blocks to edit and create content is a breeze for me now. I dove into designing and developing my first WordPress block theme a few weeks ago. I didn't anticipate that building block themes would have such a steep learning curve. There are growing pains. In this series of blog posts, I'll share the major steps in my journey, highlighting my biggest pain points. Setting the … [Read more...] about Building My First WordPress Block Theme – part 1
So Many Choices! According to Extensis, there are at least a half million fonts in the world today! No wonder we sometimes labor over which typeface to use. Let me ease that task a little bit by sharing with you what I consider the 20 best Google fonts. Why Google Fonts? For web work, Google Fonts are my primary source because they are open-source and free, and offer a huge number of typefaces. All of these offerings are viewable through a user-friendly interface with filters to help … [Read more...] about 20 Best Google Fonts
While the terms "typeface" and "font" are often used interchangeably, there are clear distinctions in their actual meaning. "Typeface" refers to an entire family of type styles: Neuton, Garamond, Goudy Old Style, and Lato are examples of typefaces. "Font" is the individual member of a typeface family: roman (or regular), italic, bold, and bold italic are font examples. It's very simple to change the font in WordPress. You just have to select the word(s) or sentence(s) and click on the "B" (bold) … [Read more...] about How Can I Change the Typeface in WordPress?