Fixed and parallax background images are a great way to add beautiful imagery to your website. But what exactly is the difference? To answer this question effectively, I have created some visual examples using SiteOrigin Page Builder and Widgets Bundle Plugins to provide a little help. These examples will assist in clearly explaining the difference between Fixed vs Parallax Background Images.
When building pages and posts, it is important to organize your content in a way that makes it easy to identify, edit and update. Two ways of achieving this include:
- Grouping content that relates to specific sections on the page
- Labelling specific content in each section
Page Builder‘s new Live Editor is going to change the way you build websites. We’re now giving you the ability to perform all the actions you’d need to create a new page, completely inside the Live Editor with its near real-time updates of what your content is looking like.
One-page websites are incredibly popular right now – and for good reason. Not only can they be easier to conceptualise and create, but they can also give better results. Higher conversion rates, increased sales and a more focused design.
Huge, complex slider plugins are great when you want to add a huge, complex slider to your WordPress site. The problem is, that’s a lot to learn when all you want to do is add a nice simple hero image to your site.
We’re making things a lot easier with the Hero Image widget, that’s part of the latest release of the SiteOrigin Widgets Bundle. All you need to do is enter your content and add a few buttons and you’re good to go. Simplicity is what it’s all about
We released Widgets Bundle 1.3 last week, and wow was it a big release. The feature we’re most proud of is that we’re giving developers a way to add TinyMCE fields to their widget forms. This field works anywhere you can imagine, including sections and repeaters and inside Page Builder, the Customizer and the standard WordPress widgets interface.