Building on WordPress
Content, templates, and tools to help simplify your WordPress journey.
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How to Create Custom Submit Buttons For Your Gravity Forms And Place Them Anywhere
Easily add Font Awesome icons to your Gravity Forms Fields
Power CS Charts with Google Sheets
Build your own scroll depth progress bar for WordPress with this simple snippet
Creating Query Strings for WordPress and Cornerstone
Building layouts for your WordPress Custom Post Types (CPT) from start to finish
Simple Gravity Forms CSS to Easily Modernize The Style of Fields
Easily create pricing tables with toggled views on WordPress
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Dive into our growing library of written tutorials over on the blog or jump right into the YouTube channel for the ultimate experience.
Explore, download, and customize our growing library of quasi-native Cornerstone elements designed to serve as a baseline for your next build.
Discover some helpful mini-tools created entirely on WordPress to help streamline various tasks during your build.
About Building on WordPress
Building on WordPress is a growing passion project showcasing the endless potential of WordPress and the Cornerstone builder with the goal of keeping things simple.
From beginner tips and tricks to advanced customizations and everything in between. I'm a fan of WordPress and I think you should be too.
The Cornerstone builder is at the heart of everything I build. Sure, you can use the majority of the concepts found on this site with just about any (quality) builder out there but why not use the best?
One of the most powerful things about the Cornerstone builder is the ability to easily tap into element parameters to create custom native elements that can be imported into any site. So, I'm creating a library to showcase, share, and sell those elements.
As a tinkerer I love building things that people might find useful, building them directly on WordPress with minimal code, and documenting those builds for you all on the channel. So, feel free to explore some of my mini tools.