ok so the colors are “somewhat” right (partly my fault there), but the npm file is still messing with my structure. Here’s some SS to show what it’s doing: (keeping in mind I’m on a Mac if that matters)
I had to add the color setups to my colors file to declare them (not sure why since they were in the new theme, but it made me do it so I did. I fixed some color issues that I knew were there and once I did all that it’s all working now! Yaaaaay I can’t thank you all enough!
A lot of resources here… Talking about design (for both desktop and Web in my own case), I like this tiny free desktop tool called PMeter: Pegtop PMeter which provides a color picker (taking any pixel on screen) and a rule (to see if things are aligned or how many pixels there).
I used their paragraph writer AI tool and was astounded by the quality of copy it produced. In this example, I entered the term “bathroom renovation”, chose a “casual” voice, and the A.I. output the following paragraph…
If you’re looking to give your bathroom a makeover, then consider a renovation! Whether you want to completely gut the space or just change the fixtures, there are so many creative options and ways you can play with color and design elements to really customize it. From trendy tile patterns to adding extra vanities, from rustic shiplap accents to modern luxury features, you’ll be sure to find something perfect for any style or budget. Plus, updating this room can add value and energy efficiency that will last for years - what’s not to love?
This sort of thing can save me hours of copywriting for clients who don’t provide content, especially when it comes to subjects in which I have little expertise.
Enjoy these tools while they’re still free! Stuff this useful rarely stays free forever.
Great website for creating SVG favicons with fallback for older/unsupported browsers. Just upload your SVG image and it creates the entire package to upload to your root directory, and the code to place in the head.