12 Best WordPress Digital Agency Themes

When it comes to digital agency themes for WordPress you might run into small problems. The thing is that there’s no specific niche for “Digital Agency themes” on theme markets such as Envato or Creative Market. You can find a few themes but they are usually a part of multipurpose themes or they are hidden behind names such as “Creative Agency themes”.

In this post I’ll show you a few “hidden” themes that can be used for this specific niche.

Maintainable WordPress Development 1/3: Introduction, Structure, Tools & Automation

This is the very first of total 3 blog posts from the “Maintainable WordPress Development” series that we will publish over the next two weeks. Through this and next two blog posts that will follow we will show you how to build a WordPress project that is easy to build, maintain and extend while having multiple team members on board. We will show you the do’s and don’ts of WordPress development which will, hopefully, help you avoid unnecessary setback in the development process. Now let’s get down to it.

The quick guide to CSS length units

CSS length units have an important role in measuring and building websites. A lot of CSS properties, such as margins and paddings (to name a few), depend on length measurements to properly display various page elements. It’s no surprise, then, that there are several different units for expressing length in CSS, each serving its own specific purpose.

WordCamp Croatia Overview

After long time preparations for WordCamp event we were finally ready for our road trip to Rijeka. This beautiful city was the host of the first WordCamp Croatia. To help with its organization Agilo (our sister company) designed a visual identity for the conference.

Building Custom WordPress Forms – The Easy Way

Dealing with HTML forms can prove to be a challaging task. This is especially true when it comes to data binding, validation and error handling. That’s why we’ve open sourced Formjack –  a library that helps you build, render and validate custom WordPress forms with just a few lines of code. In this short (but sweet) tutorial we’ll see how we can use the Formjack library to build a fairly simple contact form within a WordPress theme. Let’s go.

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The Quick Guide to CSS Specificity

CSS is pretty easy to get into, mainly due to the simple nature of its syntax. It’s clear and easy to understand. It’s so simple, that anyone could style a basic website within a first few hours of learning it. But first impressions can be missleading. Writing CSS without the firm grasp of it’s specificity concept can lead to a messy and hard to maintain style sheet.

Create a Simple fullscreen navigation menu

Lately we can find a lot of full-screen navigation menus on new, modern websites. They became very popular because of their simplicity. In this blog post we’ll describe to you how to create one with a smooth transition effect between showing and hiding it.

How to create stunning animated navigation icons

Love CSS animations and transforms? In this simple tutorial I’ll show you how to use these 2 things to create beautiful animated navigation icon. Icon transforms from “hamburger” to “x” icon.

A Quick introduction to CSS gradients

CSS gradients are type of images in CSS3. They are specified using the background-image property or the shorthand background property in CSS. They allow us to create smooth transitions between two or more specified colors without using actual images.

How to create a responsive offcanvas navigation menu

Nowadays every modern website have some sort of responsive navigation menu that is adapted for touch devices such as tablets and smartphones. In this blog post I’ll show you how to create simple offcanvas navigation menu because it can provide an extremely useful and beautiful experience for your users. Let’s go!