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Dude... yes you can. It's part of the HTML spec.January 3, 2016 at 8:34 am in reply to: What is the best Sassified Genesis Starter Child Theme? #175135
Carrie Dils also has a sample theme which she modified and "sassified" it. Here's a link on GitHub:
If you haven't noticed, I HIGHLY recommend a Lynda.com membership. There's a course about creating a SASS workflow. INCLUDING an auto-prefixer which can take your CSS and support past browser versions while simply just writing CSS 3 syntax. It's incredible. All I have to do is edit the SCSS files and save them and BOOM, I get a minimal CSS file at the end with all the extra specific browser stuff added in automatically.January 3, 2016 at 8:34 am in reply to: What is the best Sassified Genesis Starter Child Theme? #175136
Carrie Dils has a "sassified" starter theme here:
In case you haven't noticed, I've been learning A LOT from Lynda.com these past few days. Hope it helps! Happy New Year!
I'm glad I purchased it when I did. This will even become a greater asset over time, provided that you will not have to subscribe to a new "package" to get newly released themes etc.
If, under the current pro plus license, we still get access for themes and support for life, I honestly believe that's a tremendous value. Especially if WordPress and Genesis continue to innovate and keep up with the demands and times.
One thing I would suggest is that you add a tag to your phone-number so that if a user is on a mobile device, they can click the phone number and it would dial you.
<a href='tel:123-555-1212'>Dial Me</a>