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7 min read WebDevStudios
Tutorials | webdevstudios.com | 10 hours ago

Scroll Animations with Intersection Observer

Learn how to use Intersection Observer API to create scrolling animation.

Scroll Animations with Intersection Observer

Tutorials | webdevstudios.com | 10 hours ago

When creating even the most basic scrolling animations, there are many steps involved just to add or remove a class name with JavaScript. With modern ES6 syntax, it’s time to simplify how much effort is needed by taking advantage of the Intersection Observer API. In this article, I’ll show you how to create a basic Intersection Observer that will add or remove a CSS blur when an object has entered or left the viewport. What is Intersection Observer?
Intersection Observer is a really awesome JavaScript API that simplifies scroll-based events in JavaScript. Rather than constantly checking the distance from the top, Intersection Observer watches when an element enters or exits the viewport. It’s really that simple, and you can create features such as scroll animations, lazy loading images, inserting new elements into the DOM, and triggering notifications.
The IntersectionObserver interface of the Intersection Observer API provides a way to asynchronously observe changes in the intersection of a target element with an ancestor element or with a top-level document’s viewport. The ancestor element or viewport is referred to as the root.
Let’s Build an Observer

10 min read Eusebiu Oprinoiu

WordPress Plugin Development Best Practices: Template Files

In WordPress, templates are usually used in themes. But there are plugins like WooCommerce and EDD that use template files to display content as well. In this article, Delicious Brains explains how you can do this too in your own plugins.

WordPress Plugin Development Best Practices: Template Files

When we talk about templates in WordPress we are normally referring to page template files in the theme. However, there are plugins that use template files to display content, and that becomes another consideration when it comes to building WordPress themes. Can you override plugin template files? If so, how? If you are building a plugin that renders HTML, how can you make it easily altered by themes? In this article I’ll answer these questions.
What Are Templates?
The WordPress templating system is one of the most important pillars of the WordPress architecture. Template files are “PHP files that contain a mixture of HTML, Template Tags, and PHP code.”
Template files are loaded in a specific manner, governed by the WordPress template hierarchy. Specific template files are looked for in the theme, and fallbacks are used if they don’t exist. For example, a car listing site has registered a custom post type of ‘car’. When a user visits a page on the site for a specific car, WordPress will look in the theme for a template file called single-car.php. If it doesn’t exist, it will fallback to the single.php template for displaying generic posts.
A

22 min read Matteo Duò
Tutorials | kinsta.com | 4 days ago

WordPress Maintenance 101 (Bonus: 19+ WordPress Support Services You Can Hire)

WordPress maintenance is crucial for any type of website. Learn how to take care of your WordPress site or hire WordPress professionals who can help you!

WordPress Maintenance 101 (Bonus: 19+ WordPress Support Services You Can Hire)

Tutorials | kinsta.com | 4 days ago

Creating a WordPress site isn’t enough. You also need to pay attention to some good ol’ WordPress maintenance. When you’ve put lots of time into creating your site, it can be disheartening to think that the work isn’t over. In fact, it’s only just begun. But it doesn’t have to be a burden.
In this post, I’ll go through some WordPress maintenance best practices and give you some tips to make it more effective. I’ll also include a guide to paying someone else to do it and review some of the best providers of WordPress support services.
Putting Your WordPress Site into Maintenance Mode
Plenty of the work you do to maintain your WordPress site won’t involve putting it in maintenance mode, but sometimes you’ll need to do this—so it pays to know what it means.
When your site is in maintenance mode, it means that you’re telling visitors and search engines that it’s currently unavailable, but that unavailability is planned and temporary (i.e. your site hasn’t gone down).
When you update WordPress, or you update a theme or plugin, WordPress will automatically go into maintenance mode (stuck in maintenance mode?

8 min read Iconic
Tutorials | iconicwp.com | 16 hours ago

How to Use Video to Inspire More Sales in Your WooCommerce Store

In this guide, we’ve outlined four reasons why video is the new standard for increasing sales in your WooCommerce store. As a bonus, we’ve added step-by-step instructions for adding video using a WooCommerce video plugin.

How to Use Video to Inspire More Sales in Your WooCommerce Store

Tutorials | iconicwp.com | 16 hours ago

In this guide, we’ve outlined four reasons why video is the new standard for increasing sales in your WooCommerce store. As a bonus, we’ve added step-by-step instructions for adding video using a WooCommerce video plugin. The plugin mentioned in this guide is available as part of our All Access Bundle, offering a massive 91% discount:
WooThumbs for WooCommerce – Help customers make a buying decision by adding embedded video into your product gallery from either YouTube, Vimeo, or video upload.
Instant Access to All of our WooCommerce Plugins
Save up to a massive 91% on our full collection of WooCommerce plugins. Everything you need for your WooCommerce store.
Get the bundle
If you want to jump to certain points in the article, just click on one of the following links:
WooCommerce video: why you should be using it
Below are four key reasons why adding video to your WooCommerce product pages will boost your sales. We know that creating good quality video for your product pages can be expensive, but the facts don’t lie:
73% more visitors would make a buying decision if the product comes with a video.
So by making video a big part of your store, you’ll be sure

11 min read Adi Spiac
Tutorials | translatepress.com | 3 days ago

How to Add a WordPress Language Switcher to Your Website

Looking to add a WordPress Language Switcher to your website? This tutorial highlights three easy methods and best practices for displaying an effective and eye-catching language switcher in WordPress.

How to Add a WordPress Language Switcher to Your Website

Tutorials | translatepress.com | 3 days ago

No matter what kind of site you have, the easiest way to let visitors view your content in their preferred language is with a WordPress language switcher. In a nutshell, language switchers can be text, a button, or a dropdown on a page that users can click (or tap) to translate the content into another language. Generally, you’ll find WordPress language switchers in the header, footer, or navigation.
It doesn’t matter what form your language switcher takes, the important thing is giving visitors a convenient way to switch to their preferred language. It’s essential for improving the overall user experience of any multilingual website.
In this tutorial, we’ll take a look at some examples of language switchers on popular websites and cover how you can add one to your site with TranslatePress.
Let’s get started.
5 Examples of WordPress Websites with Language Switchers
Language switchers can take many forms, from language codes and flags to dropdowns and localized text.
Let’s take a look at a variety of real-world examples of language switchers.
1. WordPress.org
The official WordPress.org site displays a prominent green text box in the middle of the homepage

16 min read Alex Denning
Tutorials | barn2.co.uk | 21 hour ago

Complete Guide to WooCommerce Dropshipping

Setting up a WooCommerce dropship store is a great option for solopreneurs to start selling online without requiring a huge initial investment. It allows them to easily reach out to customers, build their brand, and efficiently fulfill customer orders. This article explains how you can set up your own WooCommerce dropshipping store complete with product delivery and lead times. It also explains how you can select products and suppliers.

Complete Guide to WooCommerce Dropshipping

Tutorials | barn2.co.uk | 21 hour ago

Setting up a WooCommerce dropship store is a great option for solopreneurs to start selling online without requiring a huge initial investment. It allows them to easily reach out to customers, build their brand, and efficiently fulfill customer orders. With this in mind, in this article, we’ll explain how you can set up your own WooCommerce dropshipping store complete with product delivery and lead times. We’ll also explain how you can select products and suppliers.
Let’s put everything into context before we begin.
What is dropshipping?
Dropshipping refers to a business model that allows you to sell products online without ever holding them in inventory. This lets you minimize the resources needed to launch your e-commerce business and start selling. Essentially, all you have to do is import products from your supplier.
How dropshipping works
Amazon, eBay, and WooCommerce are some of the main channels of dropshipping. Setting up a WooCommerce store in WordPress is incredibly easy and you’re able to set up most things using plugins and add-ons. It goes something like this:
Set up a WordPress dropshipping website and stock it with items that best fit your niche

10 min read Adi Spiac
Tutorials | translatepress.com | 11 days ago

How to Automatically Translate WordPress Site (fast and with minimal costs)

Tutorial focusing on automatic translation as a great starting point to building multilingual WordPress sites faster and cheaper.

How to Automatically Translate WordPress Site (fast and with minimal costs)

Tutorials | translatepress.com | 11 days ago

Creating a multilingual WordPress site is a pretty laborious task. You first need to figure out what languages you want your site to be available in, then find the best translation plugin for your project. Only after this you’ll get to the part where you actually translate your site content. This process is probably the most time consuming of all the above. Automatically translating your WordPress site is a excellent way to speed up the translation process and use automatic translations as a starting point for your multilingual content. You can have everything translated in minutes, not days or weeks.
In this tutorial we’ll go through how to automatically translate WordPress sites fast and with minimal costs by using TranslatePress.
TranslatePress offers both automatic and manual translations. What sets TranslatePress apart from other multilingual solutions is that you can to translate all your site content directly from the front-end, by using a visual translation interface.
Let’s get started…
Why you should Automatically Translate WordPress Site
Translating your WordPress site automatically is an excellent choice that will allow you to go multilingual, while

13 min read WebDevStudios
Tutorials | webdevstudios.com | 28 days ago

Integrating Advanced Custom Fields + Gutenberg Into wd_s

After much back and forth in building, testing, building, testing, and reviewing we are super excited to announce that wd_s is now a Gutenberg-first theme!

Integrating Advanced Custom Fields + Gutenberg Into wd_s

Tutorials | webdevstudios.com | 28 days ago

With version 5.8 of Advanced Custom Fields (ACF), a new way to build Gutenberg blocks was introduced. The mission statement of ACF with this pivotal update was to: …radically change the perception of block development in Gutenberg by reducing learning time, hurdles, environment setup and JavaScript knowledge to an absolute minimum.
They have done exactly that.
For quite some time now, our wd_s starter theme has been powered in part by Advanced Custom Fields. Using the Flexible Content Field, we were able to create a page builder-esque experience for users. This experience lived on the backend when editing posts and pages. We didn’t set out to create a full-on page builder or content builder like the ones we’ve used in the past. We simply understood the need for users to have full control over their content, the placement of that content, and the overall structure of their posts and pages.
And it worked! It worked for a long time. In fact, it still works beautifully.
With the advent of WordPress 5.0, Gutenberg became the hot topic when discussing the CMS. Some absolutely loved the new experience while others reviled it for myriad reasons, such as it felt rushed, it

21 min read Matteo Duò
Tutorials | kinsta.com | Oct. 16, 2019

What’s New in WordPress 5.3 (New Blocks, New APIs, Improved Admin UI)

WordPress 5.3 includes lots of great new features, enhancements, bug fixes! Improved blocks, new Site Health Tool, Twenty Twenty theme, new APIs and more.

What’s New in WordPress 5.3 (New Blocks, New APIs, Improved Admin UI)

Tutorials | kinsta.com | Oct. 16, 2019

WordPress 5.3 is getting closer (now we’re at WordPress 5.3 RC1) and we can’t wait to see all the upcoming new features and enhancements in action. So what can we expect from WordPress 5.3?
First and foremost, a whopping number of releases of the Gutenberg plugin is going to be merged into the core, from 5.4 to 6.6. This means we’ll see a huge number of features and enhancements for both users and developers, as well as an important boost in performance.
But there’s much more than Gutenberg in WordPress 5.3.
In fact, 5.3 features several improvements related to the Site Health Tool, a brand new default theme (TwentyTwenty), enhancements in the Admin User Interface, better support for PHP 7.4, improved accessibility, and much more.
That’s a lot of amazing stuff, right? So, let’s buckle up and dig deeper into WordPress 5.3.
At the time of this writing, the next Major Release of WordPress is far from being stable. We can still expect several bug fixes before the final release, scheduled for November 12, 2019, but no more commits for any new enhancements or feature requests are admitted.
23 September 2019: Beta 1
30 September 2019: Beta 2
8 October 2019:

9 min read Weglot
Tutorials | blog.weglot.com | Oct. 9, 2019

How to Translate Images on Your WordPress Site

It’s important to remember that there’s more to creating a fully translated WordPress site than just the text on the page — images also play an important role in creating a multilingual site

How to Translate Images on Your WordPress Site

Tutorials | blog.weglot.com | Oct. 9, 2019

If you’re planning to translate your WordPress site, it’s important to remember that there’s more to creating a fully translated WordPress site than just the text on the page — images also play an important role in creating a multilingual site. With the right WordPress translation plugin, you can translate images so that you’re able to display different images, text, and image metadata, based on a visitor’s language.
This helps you create a better, more localized user experience, make your website more accessible in all languages, and improve your multilingual SEO, especially when it comes to ranking images in Google image search.
In this post, you’ll learn how you can use Weglot to fully translate images on your WordPress site with a simple step-by-step guide for localizing all aspects of your site’s visual media (including videos).
How to Choose a WordPress Translation Plugin for Images
When you’re looking for a WordPress translation plugin to translate images, it’s important to remember that there are multiple considerations for fully translating an image:
The image file itself. For example, using a different image URL for

7 min read Iconic
Tutorials | iconicwp.com | 16 days ago

How To Improve WooCommerce Related Products

This guide will arm you with the most up-to-date information on WooCommerce related products. Including what they are and how to add them to your store.

How To Improve WooCommerce Related Products

Tutorials | iconicwp.com | 16 days ago

This in-depth guide will arm you with the most up-to-date information on WooCommerce related products. Including what they are, how they work, and step-by-step instructions for how to add related products in your WooCommerce store. We’ll also go into how you can improve your related products with a WooCommerce cross-sell plugin. The plugin mentioned in this guide is available as part of our All Access Bundle, offering a massive 91% discount:
Iconic Sales Booster for WooCommerce – Allows you to add a ‘frequently bought together’ module to product pages, alongside other cross-selling techniques
Instant Access to All of our WooCommerce Plugins
Save up to a massive 91% on our full collection of WooCommerce plugins. Everything you need for your WooCommerce store.
Get the bundle
If you want to jump to certain points in the article, just click on one of the following links:
What are WooCommerce related products?
What are WooCommerce related products?
In WooCommerce, products can be related to each other in three different ways: up-sells, cross-sells, or by having the same tags or categories.
Up-selling is a sales technique that invites your customer to purchase an additional

8 min read Matteo Duò
Tutorials | kinsta.com | 25 days ago

WordPress Version Control (What It Is and Best Solutions)

Learn what WordPress version control is plus some of the solutions you can use to start tracking changes at your WordPress website.

WordPress Version Control (What It Is and Best Solutions)

Tutorials | kinsta.com | 25 days ago

WordPress version control helps you track changes to your WordPress site to monitor what’s happening and roll back those changes if needed. Those changes could be simple tweaks like edits to a post or more technical changes like edits to your site’s codebase. In this post, we’ll explain more about what version control is and how it applies to WordPress. Then, we’ll dig into some of the tools that you can use to implement version control on your WordPress site.
What is WordPress Version Control?
A version control system tracks changes to a file (or files) over time so that you can see how things have changed and, if needed, revert to a previous version.
Applied to WordPress, version control lets you track changes that you, or others, make to your site.
In a WordPress context, version control can track actions like:
Updating or publishing a post.
Installing or uninstalling a new plugin.
Changing your WordPress theme.
Updating your core software or any theme or plugin.
Not only you can see these changes, but you can also undo them or roll back to a previous version if needed.
In a development sense, version control can also help developers manage changes to the

16 min read Adi Spiac
Tutorials | translatepress.com | 24 days ago

How to Translate WordPress (Ultimate Guide)

In depth guide on translating your WordPress site in multiple languages and questions you need to ask before deciding to go multilingual.

How to Translate WordPress (Ultimate Guide)

Tutorials | translatepress.com | 24 days ago

WordPress powers almost 35% of all websites and not all of them are in English. In fact, the number of non-English websites is on the rise, with 53.9% of WordPress sites being created in languages other than U.S. English. This shows there’s a huge opportunity for going multilingual and translating your site in multiple languages. But getting started can be confusing, even for experienced WordPress users. You might be wondering what are the best WordPress multilingual plugins? What are the technical challenges of setting it up a multilingual site? Are there any SEO implications? Should I use machine or human translations?
In this post, I’ll guide you through what you need to know about translating your WordPress site and hopefully answer all your questions. We’ll cover everything from figuring out whether you need to translate your site in other languages, different methods and WordPress plugins for translation, and the best ways to translate your content.
Translate WordPress Index
Do You Need to Translate Your WordPress Website?
Translating your WordPress content isn’t something you do for fun—it’s something you do with a strategy in mind. So if you’re

6 min read Donna Cavalier
Tutorials | elementor.com | 4 days ago

Monday Masterclass — Setting up a Staging Environment for WordPress Websites

Not enough people use staging sites before making changes to their live sites. This article and video helps them understand why they should, and how to do it.

Monday Masterclass — Setting up a Staging Environment for WordPress Websites

Tutorials | elementor.com | 4 days ago

Staging is what we call an environment that we create where we can experiment and test our website before it goes live so that your active site is not affected. It allows you to fix things like bugs and plugin conflicts. Staging has several other advantages, like speed, for example. if you’re using a local installation on your computer, it makes working on WordPress super-fast, because you won’t be relying on your internet connection.
So if you’ve always wondered how, or felt that it might be too complicated, this Monday Masterclass, we’ll be showing you how easy, and fun it is to set up a staging environment.
So let’s get started with staging.
First, we should clarify the main or practical difference between an online environment or a live site, and a local environment or staging site. Let’s say you’re developing a new medicine or drug. The best place to develop it would be in a laboratory, where you have complete control of the environment and materials. Later, once we’ve got it working, it’s ready to go to its first trials, where we test the drug on subjects. When it comes to website building, the local environment or staging

23 min read Alex Panagis
Tutorials | gotchseo.com | 5 days ago

How to Write Product Descriptions That Convert (5 Examples)

Do you run an eCommerce store? We all know that writing effective product descriptions isn't easy – check out this 4,000+ word guide where I dove deep and tear down some good and bad examples...

How to Write Product Descriptions That Convert (5 Examples)

Tutorials | gotchseo.com | 5 days ago

Looking for actionable information about how to write effective product descriptions? You’ve come to the right place.
In this 4,000+ word product description guide, we’ll take a look at:
Product Description Examples
What Is A Product Description?
A product description is the most important, high-touch marketing copy that helps your website visitors understand whether a product is for them and will influence the outcome of their purchasing decision. This is the perfect opportunity for you to showcase who the product is for and who it isn’t by not only presenting features but also the benefits, in such a way that it will compel your ideal customers to make a purchase.
Sadly, product descriptions are often overlooked and kept very simple or stuffed with generic blocks of text that just describe a product and not only harm your reputation but also affect your website’s ability to rank for a particular keyword.
The great thing is you can do something about it.
While we can’t promise that this guide will help you write the perfect product description for your eCommerce website every single time or your clients’ eCommerce websites, it certainly the best

8 min read Adi Spiac
Tutorials | translatepress.com | Sep. 23, 2019

How to Translate Sliders in WordPress (Any Slider Plugin)

There's lot of friction when trying to translate slider content (text, buttons, links etc.), mostly because it exists outside the WordPress editor. This tutorial focuses on how you can achieve this easily and for free, independently of the slider plugin used.

How to Translate Sliders in WordPress (Any Slider Plugin)

Tutorials | translatepress.com | Sep. 23, 2019

Love ’em or hate ’em, sliders and carousels are a popular design choice for a lot of WordPress sites. But if you’re looking to create a multilingual WordPress site, figuring out how to translate sliders in WordPress can be difficult because slider content exists outside the WordPress editor. You might be using a dedicated slider plugin or the slider widget in a page builder plugin like Elementor. Either way, you’ll need to be able to translate those sliders to ensure a cohesive multilingual experience for your visitors.
To help, we’re going to show you how to translate sliders in WordPress using a simple, non-technical interface like this:
This method will work with all slider plugins and you’ll be able to follow this tutorial for free – no need to purchase a premium plugin just to translate your WordPress sliders.
What You Need to Translate Sliders in WordPress
To follow this tutorial and create multilingual sliders on WordPress, you’ll only need two things:
Your slider – we’ll create an example slider with the free Smart Slider 3 plugin, but the method that we’ll outline will work with any slider plugin/widget including

7 min read Matteo Duò
Tutorials | kinsta.com | 24 days ago

How to Fix the "MySQL Server Has Gone Away" Error in WordPress

Learn how to fix the "MySQL server has gone away" error message in WordPress with these three effective methods and what's causing it.

How to Fix the "MySQL Server Has Gone Away" Error in WordPress

Tutorials | kinsta.com | 24 days ago

Databases are key components of most modern websites so errors that affect yours tend to be particularly worrisome. The “MySQL server has gone away” error, for example, may make you believe that your database was lost. That means you might have to resort to your latest backup to get your site up and running. Despite how intimidating it sounds, however, the”MySQL server has gone away” error is pretty easy to fix. In fact, with the right instructions, your website should be back up and running in a matter of minutes.
In this article, we’re going to show you what the “MySQL server has gone away” error looks like and break down what can cause it in WordPress. Then we’ll teach you how to fix it and prevent this error from showing up again in the future.
Let’s get to work!
An Introduction to the “MySQL Server Has Gone Away” Error
First, let’s take a quick look at what the “MySQL server has gone away” error looks like:
The error itself is pretty straightforward and it almost always appears in the same way. Depending on which browser you use and your server’s configuration, however, the specific wording

Tutorials | pluginrepublic.com | 6 days ago

WooCommerce memberships: how to create a membership site

This is a complete guide to creating a membership site in WooCommerce, from beginning to end

WooCommerce memberships: how to create a membership site

Tutorials | pluginrepublic.com | 6 days ago

In this article I’m going to guide you, step by step, through the process of creating a simple WooCommerce memberships site. There’s a fully functional demo site so you can see exactly what we’re building with this tutorial. The demo site even has different user accounts so that you can experience the site from the point of view of different membership levels.
WooCommerce memberships: the complete guide to creating a membership site
This tutorial will take you from start to finish through setting up a WordPress membership site, using WooCommerce and WooCommerce Members Only.
You can use the menu below to navigate around the article, or just read it from start to end.
Our memberships site’s requirements and settings
Let’s start at the beginning.
In our imaginary scenario, we’re a well-known food blogger and we’d like to expand our WordPress website into a membership site.
We’ve got a large online following and we’d like to starting monetising that. So we’ve decided that we’ll starting creating members-only content, e.g. recipes, blog content, and products.
We’d also like to offer certain benefits, like exclusive

16 min read Matteo Duò
Tutorials | kinsta.com | Oct. 9, 2019

How to Delete a WordPress Theme (3 Effective Ways)

Need to delete a WordPress theme? Learn three different methods to properly delete all theme files and data to keep your site secure and fast.

How to Delete a WordPress Theme (3 Effective Ways)

Tutorials | kinsta.com | Oct. 9, 2019

From time to time, you’ll find yourself switching to a new WordPress theme on your site. When you do this, it’s a good idea to delete the old WordPress theme, once you’re sure you won’t be switching back to it. Removing themes or plugins that you aren’t using from your site is good practice: it’ll make your site more secure and could make it faster. In this guide, I’ll show you the methods you can use to delete a WordPress theme so that you know how to do it safely and thoroughly.
When You Might Want to Delete a WordPress Theme
There are a few scenarios in which you might find yourself wanting to delete a WordPress theme:
You’ve installed a new WordPress theme and want to get rid of the old one.
You installed a theme for testing but then decided it wasn’t for you.
You’re not using the default theme and want to remove it from your WordPress installation.
The way in which you delete the theme is the same whatever scenario you’re in.
You might be tempted to hang onto that theme you aren’t using anymore: after all, it’s not doing any harm, and you might decide to use it again in the future.
But it’s good

6 min read Tom Zsomborgi
Tutorials | kinsta.com | Oct. 8, 2019

WordPress Salts: What They Are, How They Work, and How to Use Them

WordPress salts, along with their companion security keys, are a cryptographic tool that helps secure your WordPress site’s login.

WordPress Salts: What They Are, How They Work, and How to Use Them

Tutorials | kinsta.com | Oct. 8, 2019

At a high-level, WordPress salts are a way to keep your WordPress site secure by helping to securely store and authenticate the passwords of users at your site. In this article, you will learn:
What Are WordPress Salts? In More Detail
WordPress salts, along with their companion security keys, are a cryptographic tool that helps secure your WordPress site’s login.
Specifically, salts and security keys secure information in the cookies that WordPress uses to log you in.
See, once you log in to WordPress, you have the option to stay logged in so that you don’t need to enter your username and password every single time. To accomplish this, WordPress saves your login information in cookies, rather than using PHP sessions.
That’s super convenient for users, but it also opens the potential for a security issue if someone were able to hijack your browser’s cookies.
To avoid this, WordPress uses salts and security keys to secure your login information so that malicious subjects can’t do anything with it. Think of them kind of like “extra” passwords for your site that are almost impossible for a malicious actor to guess.
Because of their importance, you

Tutorials | cssigniter.com | 24 days ago

How to hide tags or categories from your site • CSSIgniter

Hide posts under a certain tag or category from your WordPress site by following this simple and easy tutorial.

How to hide tags or categories from your site • CSSIgniter

Tutorials | cssigniter.com | 24 days ago

Sometimes you might have a category or tag that you want to prevent from displaying on category list widgets, tag clouds, the post’s meta, or anywhere else for that matter. For example, in our popular blogging theme Public Opinion we use the tag featured to denote the posts that will appear on the theme’s featured section. We did not want to display this tag on places tags are listed since it’s there just to help you manage your featured post with ease and not provide any info to the site’s visitor. Today we’ll create a small plugin to help us hide a category or tag on any theme. The plugin
Let’s start off by creating a new plugin folder under the /wp-content/plugins/ folder of our installation. In our example we will call this folder ci-hide-cat-tag, once the folder is created go ahead and enter it and create a new file named ci-hide-cat-tag.php.
In the new file paste in the plugin’s header.
<?php
/*
Plugin Name: Hide categories and tags
Plugin URI:
Description: This plugin hides categories and/or tags
Version: 1.0
Author: cssigniterteam
Author URI: https://cssigniter.com/
License: GPLv2 or later
License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html

9 min read Adi Spiac
Tutorials | translatepress.com | Oct. 10, 2019

How to Translate Divi Sites (visually)

Learn how to visually translate all your Divi site content using TranslatePress. Whether you're using the Divi theme or Divi page builder, or both, creating a multilingual Divi website has never been easier.

How to Translate Divi Sites (visually)

Tutorials | translatepress.com | Oct. 10, 2019

With both theme and plugin versions, Divi is one of the most popular and flexible ways to build a WordPress site. But while Divi gives you a ton of design flexibility, there’s no built-in way to translate Divi sites, which is why you’re probably here reading this post. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to translate a Divi site using the free version of the TranslatePress plugin.
If there’s one thing Divi users love, it’s visual design, and TranslatePress brings that same visual approach to creating a multilingual site with Divi.
By the end of this post, you’ll be able to use a visual interface to translate all of your Divi content, including images, forms, buttons, and more, by simply pointing and clicking on a live preview of your site:
Ready to learn how? Let’s dig in…
*This method will work for both the theme and plugin version of Divi.
How to Translate Divi Sites With TranslatePress: Step-by-Step
Here’s a bird’s eye view of the process of creating a multilingual site with Divi:
Design your content using the Divi Builder
Set up the basic TranslatePress settings
Use TranslatePress’ visual translation editor interface

13 min read Matteo Duò
Tutorials | kinsta.com | 29 days ago

How to Fix the "Sorry, You Are Not Allowed to Access This Page" Error in WordPress

Learn how to troubleshoot and fix the "Sorry you are not allowed to access this page" message in WordPress. Here are eleven possible solutions you can try!

How to Fix the "Sorry, You Are Not Allowed to Access This Page" Error in WordPress

Tutorials | kinsta.com | 29 days ago

There are few situations more alarming than being locked out of your own WordPress admin dashboard. If you’ve encountered a message reading “Sorry, you are not allowed to access this page” when trying to log in, you know the feeling first hand. Fortunately, there are several solutions at your disposal for troubleshooting this error. With a little patience, you can clear up the mistake and get back to managing your WordPress site in no time.
In this post, we’ll dig into the “Sorry, you are not allowed to access this page” error and what causes it to occur. Then we’ll walk you through the many potential solutions to help you find the one that addresses your specific situation.
Let’s jump right in!
Understanding the “Sorry, You Are Not Allowed to Access This Page” Error
Although we’re referring to it as an “error” for the purposes of this post, the “Sorry, you are not allowed to access this page” message in WordPress is meant to be a helpful security measure.
Ultimately, seeing this notification simply means there’s a permissions setting that’s blocking you from a certain area.
This becomes

12 min read Tom Zsomborgi
Tutorials | kinsta.com | Oct. 22, 2019

How to Upload an HTML File to WordPress (3 Effective Methods)

This guide shows you 3 different methods of uploading HTML files to your site.

How to Upload an HTML File to WordPress (3 Effective Methods)

Tutorials | kinsta.com | Oct. 22, 2019

By default, you can build pages and create content within WordPress without ever having to upload any custom HTML files. That’s because the WordPress core comes with built-in content types. In addition, the WordPress theme you use will likely have its own set of pre-designed page templates that you can take advantage of to create a unique website that meets your needs. Beyond that, there are plenty of WordPress landing page plugins you can use to create customized page templates for site visitors to land from search results, email campaigns, and even social media.
So really, there is very little need to upload HTML files to WordPress because, usually, everything you need to format your website is already there. That said, there are some reasons why you’d want to know how to upload an HTML file to WordPress, some of which go beyond uploading a template for design purposes.
That’s why in this post, I’ll show you how to upload HTML files to WordPress. I’ll also discuss in detail why you’ll want to have this skill, so no matter what, you’re prepared.
What is an HTML File?
HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language and was first developed by Tim Berners-Lee