A guide to styling and making Volume your own

Two and half years after Volume was created it was time for an update. What i like to call Volume Remastered. With the advent of GP Premium 2.0 we rebuilt the entire site. Removing multiple custom elements and 100’s of line of Custom CSS. Welcome to a new era of site building.

Block Elements – Theme Builder

GeneratePress Premium 2.0 introduces the first ever Block Based Theme Builder. Through a combination of the Block Element and the GenerateBlocks plugin you can now build and style your own theme elements directly from the block editor.

Style Guide

Heading One H1 Heading Two H2 Heading Three H3 Heading Four H4 Heading Five H5 Heading Six H6 Font: Muli Vernon Adams practiced typeface design from 2007 to 2014. A lifelong artist, during this time … Read more

Styling Forms with CSS

Creating the HTML form

We all want our users to do something when they reach our website.  Forms and inputs are the core fundamental to accomplishing this between our users and our websites.

want our users to do something when they reach our website.  Forms and inputs are the core fundamental to accomplishing this between our users and our websites.

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Using System Fonts in CSS

System-UI – fast, user-friendly, a perfect font choice It seems to me that sites and apps that are meant for reading, education, instruction or documentation are best served by using System-UI CSS fonts. Even heavily … Read more

Browsersync on Windows Linux

Note: The original title for this article was, “Install Browsersync on Windows sub-system with a Python Flask set-up”.  However, these instructions will work with most other set-ups. (I never would have thought that I would … Read more