Read Part 1: Automating CSS Output & postMessage scripts with Kirki In the previous part of this series we saw a comparison of using the WordPress Customizer API and the Kirki shorter syntax to take care of CSS outputs & postMessage scripts generation.

Read Part 2: Automating CSS Output & postMessage scripts with Kirki This will be the first of a series of posts on how to use one of my favorite features of the Kirki Plugin: Its ability to automate the CSS output and the generation of postMessage scripts for the Wordpress...

TL;DR: Separated features as “modules”, separated controls from the API, re-introduced Select2 in place of selectize. Needs testing, release is not imminent.

We all have our addictions. It’s part of our human nature…

A lot has been said and written about Greece and the situation here these past few months… This is just my own, personal view (however limited that may be). This is not like my usual developer-related posts, but it’s just some things that have been bugging me for quite some...

A while back I was experimenting with a new concept for a theme where users would be able to customize the way their templates are structured. They would be able to select what elements they wanted active and in what order these would be. This was just an experiment but...

While I was in WordCamp Europe last weekend I met a lot of the WPEngine staff, we talked, we laughed, I think they’re a great bunch of people! However, while I was there the whole political & economic status of my home country - Greece - took a turn for...

The WordPress Customizer is not just for themes, it can also be used for plugins. I’ve seen for example a brilliant newsletters plugin that used the customizer for composing the actual emails, and the implementation was awesome. In cases like that, you may want to remove the WordPress Themes switcher...

Depending on your use-case, you may want to change the width of your customizer, thus having more real-estate to handle your custom controls and content. You can do that by adding some custom CSS.