Annoying thing #1,432 about PayPal, the integration through WooCommerce is not appealing. Out of the box, everything in the back end works just fine, but the front end visuals during the checkout process are atrocious, especially when you consider the importance of this part of the sales funnel. PayPal looks ugly ‘out of the box’ […]
Officially announced last September, but implied a long time before that, Google is taking yet another step towards a ‘secure internet’ by now notifying Chrome users, very blatantly, when they are on an insecure page with a form. This update is coming within a few days to all users of Google Chrome. In it’s […]
First, open functions.php. Second, copy and paste this code: /* Enable Shortcodes in Widgets */ add_filter(‘widget_text’, ‘do_shortcode’);
https://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_VersionsI’ve dealt with tons of WordPress installations, nearly all of them self-hosted (not hosted by WordPress.com, but using WordPress as a Content Management System), and I’ve prided myself on keeping all of them continuously up to date. This isn’t easy, it takes time, it takes developer knowledge, it takes patience and an occasional glass […]
So you aren’t able to connect to your newly configured WordPress DigitalOcean Droplet (Specifically Ubuntu Wordpress 4.7 on 16.04) within 5 minutes of turning it on because you accidentally tried to log in to wp-admin with the wrong password too many times? I’ve got you!
I’ve been creating websites for a long time. I’ve been using inspiration from other designers, color palettes from friends, from cars, from random sketches and paint splatter on dribbble. If I can, I give credit. If I can, I purchase directly from other designers or artists, sometimes I’m expected to create a lot of things […]