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Alicia Ramirez



I’m a web designer in Winnipeg, Canada. I specialize in easy to update websites for small and medium size businesses.



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Dynamic SVGs with Custom Fields, and JavaScript

Wed, 06 Sep 2017 16:01:44 +0000

I recently worked on a WordPress project to make a site for an exhibition event (vendors in booths gathered in one place). The client wanted to have floor map that would show which booths were taken, and which were still available (there were over 130 booths). Normally, this would require a graphic that would have... Read more »



ScrollMagic for Beginners Tutorial

Mon, 16 Jan 2017 21:28:18 +0000

ScrollMagic is a JavaScript library for creating scroll interactions. It lets you create animations that start and stop at specific points during the scrolling of a page. It’s quite powerful, but can be intimidating for beginners, since unlike Skrollr, it’s all done in JavaScript. In this tutorial, I’ll cover the basics of adding ScrollMagic to a... Read more »



Advanced Custom Fields Google Maps Tutorial

Mon, 09 Feb 2015 18:10:03 +0000

Update (Oct. 31, 2016): Google Maps now requires that you have an API Key in order to add maps via ACF. The tutorial reflects this new requirement. One of my go-to plugins is Advanced Custom Fields. It is versatile, and makes adding custom fields to posts, pages, custom post types, and even user profiles a breeze.... Read more »



Move WordPress from MAMP to a Server

Fri, 12 Dec 2014 00:50:25 +0000

There are many ways in which you can migrate your WordPress site from MAMP into its final home, to make it “live”. The way I’m going to show, has worked well for beginners. What you will need: Access to the cPanel (or similar) on your server Migrate DB plugin (or similar) in your local installation... Read more »



HTML5 is for Slackers

Mon, 29 Sep 2014 17:47:38 +0000

I can’t deny it, I’m an old curmudgeon when it comes to HTML validation. I remember with fondness the good old days of XHML and a draconian W3C validator that wouldn’t let you get away with anything. I miss the unquestioned pride of a green “This Page is Valid HTML 1.0 Strict”. Why this old lady rant?... Read more »



Integrate Isotope with WordPress, Part 2 (Categories)

Mon, 21 Jul 2014 15:46:12 +0000

A few months ago I wrote a post on how to integrate Isotope with WordPress. Since then, I’ve received some requests on showing how to limit it to one category. In this tutorial I will show how to add the Isotope code and scripts to a  template, filtering the posts that belong to one category by... Read more »