Have you ever wanted to do some custom CSS for your website’s users based on what Wishlist membership level they’re in? A good example of this would be hiding nav items for certain wishlist member levels. All you have to do is paste the code below in your functions.php file and it will add a […]
I have two plugins I want to write about today — more as a reminder to myself than anything else. 😉 Ether Content Layout Builder This plugin is awesome, and ever since learning about it, I’ve been using it on all of my WordPress sites. Basically, it allows you to easily create fully-responsive website layouts, […]
Tomorrow we’re going to take a look behind-the-scenes into how WordPress themes are built and organized, but for today we’re going to lay a fundamental groundwork to make sure you know how WordPress sites are structured. Click here to download the infographic as a pdf.
WordPress sites have lately been the target of “brute force” hacking attempts, which is where the hacker basically tries a million passwords until they guess correctly. Today I will show you a quick and easy tweak to prevent that, using the “Limit login attempts” WordPress plugin. For more WordPress training, check out my step-by-step WordPress […]
Using the simple approach outlined in this video, you can easily have delayed content on your website. (So in other words, it’s content that shows up after the user has been viewing the page for a certain amount of time.) Click here to download training assets.
If you know the correct steps, transferring a WordPress site to a new host isn’t too difficult. But if you miss just one step, it could cost you! Read on to learn the process I go through to transfer my WordPress sites. 1. Download current site via FTP FTP, or File Transfer Protocol, is how […]
Akismet is a great WordPress plugin for reducing comment spam. In this video, I will show you how to set it up on your website.