Category : WordPress

In WordPress to remove the divider line between the main content and sidebar area, you need to write the following css in the Customize > Additional CSS section. @media (min-width: 981px) { #main-content .container:before {display: none !important;} } I found this information from this YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0qkHS7Wucc NOTE: YouTube video example uses DIVI theme. I ..

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Tested and works with DIVI version 3.26.3 These instructions are referencing the following blog post: https://divibooster.com/open-divi-map-module-pin-details-by-default/ Before making any changes to your website, make sure you are using a child theme. This plugin works well for me to create child them. https://wordpress.org/plugins/child-theme-configurator/ After I create child theme, I delete the plugin because it’s no longer ..

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WordPress Database Error – First thing you should do is to make sure that you are getting the same error on both the front-end of the site, and the back-end of the site (wp-admin). If the error message is the same on both pages “Error establishing a database connection”, then proceed onto the next step. ..

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Here’s a link to how to add font awesome icons to your menu.  It saves memory because it doesn’t use a plugin and also looks professional. How to Add Icons to Custom WordPress Menus Without Plugins I tried it on a DIVI website and had to add the following css.  Keep in mind your menu ..

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Have you ever noticed that the trending bar in the secondary menu, top left of header only shows 3 posts? What??? Never noticed, until someone mentioned it in one of these groups I’m in. With that said, I of course, had to rectify the situation immediately and did an exhaustive Google Search and found the ..

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Click here for some great instructions on how to add social media icons to the Elegant Theme’s DIVI theme. It does take some technical know how.  Here’s some abbreviated instructions. In the style.css is the list of codes: .et-social-facebook a.icon:before { content: ‘\e093‘; } .et-social-twitter a.icon:before { content: ‘\e094‘; } .et-social-google-plus a.icon:before { content: ‘\e096‘; } .et-social-pinterest a.icon:before { content: ‘\e095‘; } .et-social-linkedin a.icon:before { content: ‘\e09d‘; } .et-social-tumblr a.icon:before { content: ‘\e097‘; } .et-social-instagram a.icon:before { content: ‘\e09a‘; } .et-social-skype a.icon:before { content: ‘\e0a2‘; } .et-social-flikr a.icon:before { content: ‘\e0a6‘; } .et-social-myspace a.icon:before { content: ‘\e0a1‘; } .et-social-dribbble a.icon:before { content: ‘\e09b‘; } .et-social-youtube a.icon:before { content: ‘\e0a3‘; } .et-social-vimeo a.icon:before { content: ‘\e09c‘; } .et-social-rss a.icon:before { content: ‘\e09e‘; } In the includes/social_icons.php file ..

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Here’s some cool mysql scripts templates that you can use to update your database with the new domain name that’s in all those urls on your website.    Reference website: https://wpbeaches.com/updating-wordpress-mysql-database-after-moving-to-a-new-url/ CAUTION: BACKUP DATABASE FIRST AND DON’T DO UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR DOING. Before I get to the update scripts, from your website, confirm where ..

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