Using Sass with Pinegrow
I recently had someone ask whether Pinegrow supports Sass, so I thought I’d do a quick video demonstration. In this demo, I show you how we activate our Sass stylesheet and how we can use a simple Sass variable to change the color of a heading.
Pinegrow Countdown: Day 1 – Pinegrow Plays Nice with Others
A lot of products in the WordPress space have grown in popularity, primarily because of their open and flexible ecosystem that allows 3rd party developers to create add-ons, extensions, and libraries. Pinegrow also has a great plugin API. But I’m going to show you in this video, that in most cases, you don’t even need it.
Pinegrow Countdown: Day 2 – Pinegrow is STILL not a Page Builder
In this video, I’m going to show you why Pinegrow is different from Page Builders so you don’t fall into the trap of trying to use it like something it’s not, only to get frustrated and give up.
Pinegrow Countdown: Day 3 – Frameworks in Pinegrow
Pinegrow has built some fantastic helpers for popular frameworks. In fact, when you start a new project in either Pinegrow Desktop or the Pinegrow WordPress plugin, you’ll be asked which framework you want to choose. If you are already used to using one of the built-in frameworks, the choice will be easy. If not, this little video will hopefully help you understand what the frameworks do and how you should answer those important initial questions.
Pinegrow Countdown: Day 4 – WordPress Blocks and Themes
When you start a new WordPress project in Pinegrow, one of the first things you’ll need to decide is whether you will create a Block Plugin or a complete theme. In this video, I’ll help you understand their differences so you can start on the right foot.
Pinegrow Countdown: Day 5 – Desktop or Plugin?
With Pinegrow’s Black Friday sale and the WordPress plugin being released on December 1st, you might be asking yourself which product is right for you. I can’t answer that question for you, but I can help you think through some of the pros and cons of each one and why you might want to use […]
Pinegrow Countdown: Day 6 – What’s New
Pinegrow revealed that they would be releasing both the Pinegrow WordPress Plugin and Pinegrow Desktop 7.0 next week on December 1st. In this video, I share some of the new features in both versions, and I’ll talk a little about pricing and the Black Friday / Cyber Monday sale.
WP Tavern Interview on Building Websites With Pinegrow’s New WordPress Plugin
Last week I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Nathan Wrigley for the WP Tavern podcast. We talked about the upcoming Pinegrow WordPress plugin and how it lets my agency build custom, native WordPress blocks and themes for my clients. #51 – Adam Lowe on Building Websites With Pinegrow’s New WordPress Plugin
WordPress Menu Accessibility – Part 2: Detailed Requirements and Final Test
In this video, I do a deep dive into the requirements to make an accessible Website Navigation Menu. I test the newly released Twenty Twenty-Three theme in WordPress 6.1 and show you the specific test criteria as I go along.
Pinegrow’s External Build Process for Tailwind CSS
In this video, I’m going to show you how we install the latest version of Tailwind and configure it to work with Pinegrow’s External Build Process.
More WordPress Menu Accessibility: Four More Menus Compared
By popular demand, here is a "Part 1.5" video as a follow-up to last week's WordPress menu accessibility roundup. Here, I've added practical accessibility tests for Beaver Builder, Astra, Cwicly, and Divi. Let's see how they hold up!
WordPress Menu Accessibility – 10 Menus Compared: Practical Tests
This is part one of a two-part series where I test the accessibility of 10 different menus from some of the most popular WordPress themes and Page Builders.