Good planning makes a website much easier to design and deliver, making you more profit and getting the website to the customer faster and more efficiently. Let’s ignore all the fluff and magic that makes up the appearance of the website, but instead take a look at the data structure underlying your design. We are going to look at how WordPress and Ultimatum give you the tools to make your website design Data Centric. (more…)
There are many ways to implement a sticky scroll header menu feature in WordPress and Ultimatum; this blog post will focus on making a sticky scroll header menu in an Ultimatum partial header layout without using a sticky scroll plugin or the sticky header option in Ultimatum layouts.
Many users have asked me how to do ‘Smooth Scrolling One Page Navigation’ in Ultimatum, as is used in the Ultimatum Parallax Theme. Unfortunately, there is no automated way to do this, so I need to show you how to do this using code, in the easiest, least painful way that I can. So, get your fingers ready for coding; the easy way – the Ultimatum way! (more…)
Many users of Ultimatum ask us how to achieve the Parallax effect in the child themes they are making. Whilst it is possible to add the effect using a plugin, this tutorial will take a look at the features already built-in to Ultimatum. (more…)
When you are designing a website the images, the content and the typography would only look great if you have a great color scheme. (more…)