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Divi Feature Sneak Peek: A New Divi Builder Experience is Coming! - Elegant Themes

An Enhanced Divi Builder in the Backend We are bringing a whole new level of functionality to the Divi Builder on the backend. If you use Divi or the Divi Builder Plugin, you are going to love this new feature…. Continue Reading →

Is Discord The Free Slack Alternative for Your Growing Team? - Elegant Themes

Almost everyone who communicates with people online have heard of Slack. It’s communication software designed to replace email and make team communication a cinch. In a lot of ways, Slack is the industry standard for this kind of app. But… Continue Reading →

How To Fix “Error Establishing A Database Connection” In WordPress - Shout Me Loud

The “error establishing a database connection” message is an especially frustrating WordPress error where your entire site gets replaced by a message that looks like this: If you’re reading this post, there’s a good chance that you’re experiencing this error… Continue Reading →

Get a FREE Accountant Layout Pack for Divi - Elegant Themes

Hey Divi Nation! Thanks for joining us for the next installment of our weekly Divi Design Initiative; where each week, we give away brand new, free Divi Layout Packs from our design team to you. For the second layout pack… Continue Reading →

Design Meeting Notes for July 11, 2018 - Make WordPress Design

For all the details, see the conversation in Slack This week we’re trying a more simplified agenda. This setup should allow us to have more space for everyone’s input. The aim is more discussion and interaction. Trello inbox Trello Calls for design:… Continue Reading →

How the Gutenberg Ramp Plugin Helps You Prepare for Gutenberg - Elegant Themes

With the launch of WordPress 5.0 drawing near, it’s more important than ever to get ready for Gutenberg’s arrival. One plugin that aims to help you do this is Gutenberg Ramp. This enables you to selectively use the new editor on specific… Continue Reading →

5 Essentials to Include in Your Small Business Website - WordPress Arena

If you think that WordPress is just for bloggers, you couldn’t be more wrong. It might have started out that way, but has been transformed into the most popular content management system (CMS) on the Internet. Its popularity stems from… Continue Reading →

How To Create a Blog in WordPress in 2018 – Complete Guide - Shout Me Loud

Want to create a blog in WordPress? This is a complete beginners guide that will help you to start your blog and do check the bottom section to learn how to use WordPress as well. All these pieces of information… Continue Reading →

Introducing Divi Builder Custom Post Type Support! - Elegant Themes

Divi Powered Custom Post Types The Divi Builder can now be used on all custom post types, such as WooCommerce products! Today we are excited to announce that we are extending Divi Builder support to all custom post types, including… Continue Reading →

7 Social Media Marketing Wins & Why They Worked - Newt Labs

Social media isn’t inherently good for marketing—simply posting once in a while won’t achieve much—but it certainly isn’t just a buzzword or a fad you can afford to ignore. In fact, when done correctly, it’s a driver for brand engagement… Continue Reading →

How to Use Fiverr to Reduce Business Busywork - Kinsta Blog

Fiverr gets a bad rap—especially from freelancers. The platform has a somewhat negative association with this group because they feel pressured to create services that can be sold starting at $5. To be sure, a lot has changed since the… Continue Reading →

Build for Gutenberg: How Plugin and Theme Authors Are Addressing the Transition to Gutenberg - Code In WP

At WordCamp Europe 2018, Matt Mullenweg laid out a rough roadmap for Gutenberg over the next several months. In July, there’s going to be a big push to increase Gutenberg adoption, with a 5.0 beta in play for August (or… Continue Reading →

Customise WooCommerce Checkout Fields Based on Products in Cart - Remi Corson

You can easily add custom fields to your checkout page in WooCommerce using custom code, or via the Checkout Field Editor add-on, but none of those methods allow you to display those fields conditionally, based on products in the cart. Here’s… Continue Reading →

21 Best Medical and Health WordPress Themes - WP Beginner

Are you looking for medical and health WordPress themes for your website? Medical and healthcare services websites are different than other business websites, and you would want your design to stand out. In this article, we have hand-picked the best… Continue Reading →

Design triage learning session on August 6th - Make WordPress Design

During the weekly meeting a week ago, there was interest in having a video learning session using Zoom for design triage. This would be how to contribute using both Trac and also GitHub for Gutenberg. It is aimed at being… Continue Reading →

X-post: Revised Gutenberg Landing Page - Make WordPress Design

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Using the Registry Pattern in WordPress - Tom McFarlin

I’ve had a few conversations with various friends and others on Twitter about the notion of global variables in programming languages. For those who are new to programming or who are unsure as to why they are bad: The use… Continue Reading →

Using the Repository Pattern in WordPress - Tom McFarlin

I’ve had a few conversations with various friends and others on Twitter about the notion of global variables in programming languages. For those who are new to programming or who are unsure as to why they are bad: The use… Continue Reading →

14 Divi Sites with Interesting Services Pages - Elegant Themes

An interesting services page is crucial for doing business online. It shows the visitor what you do, how you do it, what it’s like doing business with you, and helps gives them a realistic expectations. Service pages come in all… Continue Reading →

Designing B2B and B2C Websites: A Breakdown of the Differences - WPMU Dev

General best practices for web design are all over the web, but applying those rules to real WordPress sites you’re building is something else entirely. That’s why I tend to write about how to design WordPress sites for different audiences–like… Continue Reading →

HTTP/2: What Is It and Why It Matters for a WordPress Site - WP Blog

Whenever you visit a web page, your browser requests the web server to fetch all the assets of a page and transmit all the requested data to the web browser. Since the inception of the web, this process has mostly… Continue Reading →

How to Use SVGator to Animate Your SVG Files - Elegant Themes

Scalable Vector Graphics (SVGs) are fantastic if you want to design mobile-friendly websites (which you should!). They’re fully scalable, lightweight, and the best part is you can animate them (unlike with regular images). The problem is, animating an SVG can be… Continue Reading →

How to Properly Move WordPress from HTTP to HTTPS (Beginner’s Guide) - WP Beginner

Are you looking to move WordPress from HTTP to HTTPS and install an SSL certificate on your website? We have been getting a lot of requests on this topic because Google announced that Chrome browser will start marking all websites… Continue Reading →

Dev Chat Summary: July 11, 2018 (4.9.8 Week 2) - Make WordPress Core

This post summarizes the weekly devchat meeting held Wednesday, July 11, 2018 (agenda | Slack archive) 4.9.7 Security and Maintenance Release Feedback WordPress 4.9.7 was released on Thursday,  July 5 2018. This was a Maintenance & Security Release. Details here…. Continue Reading →

Agenda for July 12th Support Meeting - Support Everything WordPress

General announcements WordPress 4.9.7, how’s it going? Try Gutenberg callout preparations Checking in with international liaisons Time permitting: Open floor For any other items to discuss, please add them to the comments below, or bring them up in the meeting…. Continue Reading →

GetSiteControl Brings a Set of 7 Widgets to Help You Interact with Visitors and Generate Leads - Macho Themes Blog

Knowing that over 90% of your website visitors leave without taking any action is painful. Especially given how much it takes to bring them to the website in the first place. Emotions aside, user engagement is indeed crucial for any… Continue Reading →

A Quick Guide to the 5 Most Common WordPress Errors and Their Solutions - WordPress Arena

Due to its great accessibility and the numerous functionalities it offers, WordPress is now probably the most popular, powerful and easy to use website and blogging content management system. Millions of people have used WordPress along the years either as… Continue Reading →

7 Techniques to Achieve Clean & Abstract Designs with Divi - Elegant Themes

Deciding on which style you want your website to follow can be time-consuming. Not a surprise if you consider all the design styles you can follow. The style you choose will be a representation of everything your website stands for… Continue Reading →

16 tips to earn client referrals and create raving fans - GoDaddy Garage

If you have freelanced or owned your own business for any length of time, you know how difficult it can be to create a constant, steady stream of qualified clients who are happy to pay you what you’re worth. From marketing… Continue Reading →

How To Start A Blog In 2018: Everything You Need To Start Writing - Blogging Wizard

Have you caught the “start a blog” fever? Maybe you’ve seen those people who make a living blogging about their passion and want to join their ranks. Or maybe you just love the idea of being able to share your… Continue Reading →

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