How to Test a WordPress Site in Different Browsers (Cross Browser Testing Made Easy)

Do you want to test your WordPress site in different browsers? Cross Browser Testing is extremely important when changing WordPress themes or implementing a new design because it helps you make sure that your website looks good on all different browsers, screen sizes, operating systems,… Read More »

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Move wp-config.php to a Non-public Folder

According to the WordPress Codex, the config file is one of the most important files in your WordPress installation. This file is located in your WordPress root directory and contains important information such as database connection data (username, password, etc.) and various settings.We can harden the security by somewhat by moving this important information carrier outside the root …

Storefront 2.3.5 release notes

Storefront 2.3.5 has been tagged for release and uploaded to WordPress.org. Here’s what’s changed pulled directly from the changelog: * Fix – Use Pointer Events API for consistency across touchscreen devices when interacting with menus. * Fix – Removed CSS rule that was incorrectly changing the width of image logos to 100%. Download the latest release of&ellipsis;Read the full post »

How to Add a Click-to-Call Button in WordPress (Step by Step)

Do you want to add a click-to-call button in WordPress? As more people visit your website using their smart phones, adding a tap-to-call button makes it easy for them to contact you. In this article, we will show you how to easily add a click-to-call… Read More »

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Alpha-Test The New Javascript-driven WooCommerce Interface: Dashboard, Activity Panel, and Reports

Today we’re excited to give you a glimpse into some javascript-powered changes on the way for WooCommerce in early 2019, including: New and improved reports Improved notification experience and improved store management tools A brand new dashboard While it isn’t ready for use on production sites, we are developing the new interface publicly so our&ellipsis;Read the full post »

How to Easily Add JavaScript in WordPress Pages or Posts (3 Methods)

Do you want to add a JavaScript in your WordPress pages or posts? Sometimes you may need to add a JavaScript code to the entire website or into specific pages. By default, WordPress does not let you add code directly in your posts. In this… Read More »

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