17 February 2019
This year Kirki got 5 years old and broke the 2 million downloads barrier.
It was a big year with a lot of improvements in all areas of the plugin.
I wrote a lot of code, replaced a big part of our old codebase and there were major refactors across the board. As a developer I grow through Kirki, I discover new techniques and strive to improve it all the time.
However, while working on the Kirki plugin in 2018 one thing became evident. Things need to change. Kirki can’t move forward in its current form. It is bloated with a lot of code that the majority of theme developers will never use, or code that they use and I wish they never did (like for example using the
25 February 2018
Accessibility is one of the hardest things to accomplish on a site. One of the confusing things when trying to make a website accessible, is choosing the right color for your links.
17 February 2018
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.
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 Customizer.