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Adding custom content to WordPress media modals

This is a short tutorial on extending the WordPress media modal with your own content. Here we add a button in the media upload image details section. The wp.media class When adding, choosing and editing images in WordPress, most of the time you will see a modal...

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Finally – WordPress image editing at its best

Finally – WordPress image editing at its best

Blogs live not only from their written content, but many of those out there live off their pictures. The most known examples coming to mind are travel and food blogs, fashion and jewelry, sports and news and that’s just the big keywords.  For most creators, this...

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Plugin: Image Slider Block

Plugin: Image Slider Block

Download from WordPress.org A simple image slider block plugin for Gutenberg blocks Create a fully responsive image slider gallery as a block. Features:– Simple Image Slider– Enable/Disable arrow navigation– Enable/Disable dot navigation– Enable/Disable autoplay–...

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Custom Gutenberg Blocks for Custom Websites

It often occurs, that one is building a website for a customer who has very specific design needs. And it happens even more, that the people publishing posts are not the ones designing the looks. So writers don’t know how things are supposed to be, yet they should...

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5 Great Tools to Test Your CSS And Browser Support

5 Great Tools to Test Your CSS And Browser Support

When writing code no matter for what, one of the hardest part is keeping up. Constantly there are new standards and CSS compatibility problems with all browsers, users, sizes, etc. Designers and programers usually have the most recent browser updates installed and use...

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Plugin: WooCommerce Unique Selling Propositions (Woo USP)

Plugin: WooCommerce Unique Selling Propositions (Woo USP)

Remind your customers why they should order your products right when they might need a push – on the single product page. With this plugin, you can: insert up to 5 Unique Selling Propositions (USP) display them right underneath the „Add To Cart“ button on WooCommerce...

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What to do if an update breaks your WordPress site

What to do if an update breaks your WordPress site

Updates are important, if not to say mandatory. They make your site more secure, more compatible, more functional and durable. Nevertheless, they can also cause sites to break, usually caused by numerous different kinds of conflicts between old and new code If things...

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How to update WooCommerce like a Pro

How to update WooCommerce like a Pro

WooCommerce in a WordPress installation can be a powerful e-commerce setup. To stay that way, the CMS and the plugin need to be upgraded to ensure performance, to stay secure and to look and function continuously well. As important as these updates are, there can...

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Geschwindigkeitsoptimierung und WordPress

Geschwindigkeitsoptimierung und WordPress

Ladegeschwindigkeit ist wichtg. Sehr wichtig. Eine Infografik auf Loadstorm zeigt, dass schon eine Ladezeitverlängerung von 1 Sekunde zu Verlusten in Conversion, Page Views und Kundenzufriedenheit führen. Zudem beeinflusst die Ladegeschwindigeit dein Google Ranking....

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SEPA and WooCommerce Subscriptions

SEPA and WooCommerce Subscriptions

In Europe and in my experience a lot in Germany, direct debit is a commonly used payment method - no matter if for single payments or subscriptions. Credit Cards on the other hand are much less widespread. Instead there are still many households who don’t even own...

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The Storefront Parallax Image Plugin

The Storefront Parallax Image Plugin

The Prallax effect is a nice add-on for modern websites. While adding some interesting looks, it's not obtrusive and it makes scrolling down a page more fun - at least in my opinion. WooThemes has a nice extension that integrates with Storefront: Storefront Parallax...

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Removing the Storefront header padding

Removing the Storefront header padding

Storefront can be a great theme, but it comes with some hard-coded features, I personally don't like. One of them is the huge padding around the header. I like headers to be rather slim and less "in your face". The setup used in this post is the Storefront Theme and...

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