How to add content to various areas of your website using the Genesis Extender WordPress plugin from Cobalt Apps: http://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=424971&u=346692&m=29819&urllink=&afftrack= In this video we insert some HTML code with a logo into the header of a website using the Genesis Extender plugin so the logo is on all pages. We also create a widget area […]
Video Tutorial: Genesis Extender WordPress plugin: using hooks and widgets to add content to your website
Adding reusable code or elements like logos or phone numbers in your WordPress website with the free Shortcodes UI plugin. This plugin is very powerful, I just cover the basics of how to create a Shortcode that allows you to add resuable HTML into any location on your website with a shortcode that is created […]
Video Tutorial: Creating Events using “The Events Calendar Pro”, WooTickets, and WooCommerce WordPress plugins
In this video we show how To Edit CSS Using the Genesis Extender plugin for the Genesis Theme Framework from Studio Press, (or the Catalyst WordPress Theme), without overriding work others have done. Genesis Extender plugin from Cobalt Apps: http://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=424971&u=346692&m=29819&urllink=&afftrack= Genesis Theme Framework: http://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=241369&u=346692&m=28169&urllink=&afftrack=
Early this month (May 2013) Google announced they are partnering with fonts.com by offering their complete collection of open source Google Fonts available for free for download to your desktop. To this point Google Fonts have mostly been for use on the web, typically used by web designers to incorporate any of the nearly 500 Google Fonts in their web work (if you […]
Problems Logging In To Your WordPress Website? If you are unable to log in to your SiteSubscribe account (the WordPress Dashboard login), use the password recovery link on the login screen. If you are still having difficulty please submit a Support Request and mention ‘Login Problem’ in your note to us (or you can also call us). […]
Paypal versions are super confusing (I don’t pretend to understand them). Paypal calls the different plans similar things, but they end up being totally different and not compatible with what you expect. Or what is Payflow may be known as 2 different things depending on which version of the API you have (or when you signed up). Very confusing.