Up and running with installing Sass on macOS

Sass Macos

Up and running with installing Sass on macOS Big Sur or earlier OSX Sass  (Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets) is a CSS pre-processor tool in which you write your CSS code using variables, selector inheritance, mixins, and nestings and  and then compile that code to spit out regular CSS. The benefits of SASS are more advantageous in…

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Add a CSS class on a current active menu item

Add Css Class Active Menu

With manual menus you may need to add a CSS class to the current menu item that is active, below is a jQuery solution, that utilizes the URL of the page to match the link and add the CSS. (function($){ $(function() { // Document Ready activeMenu(); }); // Functions // @link https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4866284/jquery-add-class-active-on-menu function activeMenu() {…

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Show All Loaded Scripts and Styles on a Page in WordPress

Scripts Styles On Page

To show all loaded scripts and styles on a page in WordPress you can use a foreach loop and show the name of the script as referred to as a $handle add_action( ‘wp_print_scripts’, ‘prefix_show_me_the_scripts’ ); /** * Show what Scripts and Styles are running on a page */ function prefix_show_me_the_scripts() { global $wp_scripts; global $wp_styles; echo…

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