Was your business website built on WordPress? Want to know how to maintain it to ensure maximum speed and security? Continue reading “50+ Essential WordPress Maintenance Tips”
I bet that you have more than one type of content on your WordPress site. So why is your sidebar the same across every single page and category? Using different sidebars for different pages and categories allows you to offer readers a browsing experience that’s much more specific to their needs. Continue reading “How To Show or Hide Specific Widgets In Your WordPress Sidebars”
Twenty Seventeen theme is the newest theme by WordPress.org. With a focus on business sites, it features multiple sections on the front page as well as widgets, navigation and social menus, a logo, and more. Here I have shared some css code to stylize your twenty seventeen theme. Continue reading “20 Ways To Restyle Twenty Seventeen Theme Using CSS”
An SSL Certificate (Secure Sockets Layer) creates a secure link between a website and a visitor’s browser by ensuring that all information passed between the two remains private and secure, SSL encryption prevents hackers from stealing private information such as credit card numbers, names and addresses. Continue reading “What Is An SSL Certificate?”
How can I add shortcodes in WordPress sidebar widgets? That seems to be a very common question that Ive heard plenty of times. By default shortcodes do not work in sidebar widgets. In this post I will show you how to easily use shortcodes in your WordPress sidebar widgets. Continue reading “How to Use Shortcodes in your WordPress Widgets”
You might find a really cool theme and then think to yourself it might be nice if it had an extra navigation menu in the footer with important or frequently used links to increase the usability of your WordPress site.
It only takes a little bit of coding to get your menus into place, and ready for you to style to match your theme. Continue reading “How to Add More Navigation Menus to your WordPress Theme”
To change the “Proudly Powered By WordPress” on Twenty Seventeen them the first thing you’ll need to do is to create and activate a child theme (hint: if you want the really easy button, just go download the pre-built child theme).
Once you’ve created and activated your child theme, copy the footer.php file over from Twenty Seventeen into your child theme directory. Next, open up footer.php and look for this bit of code: Continue reading “Change Proudly Powered By WordPress Twenty Seventeen”
To add a back to top button to a WordPress theme, it’s WordPress best practice to create a child theme so that any changes you make will not be erased by future updates of the original theme. If you’re not sure how to do this, you can check out my article on how to create a child theme. Continue reading “How To Create A Back To Top Button”
Twenty Seventeen has only two footer widgets. If you need three footer widgets this tutorial will show you how to do it. Continue reading “How To Add A Third Footer Widget to Twenty Seventeen”