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In the previous tutorial of this series we introduced WordPress hooks and saw the differences between WordPress Actions and WordPress Filters. It´s time now for some action! This post is intended for making clear what WordPress actions are, how they work, how to use them and how they are hooked to the right...read more
I thought that in case you discovered a premium WordPress theme by means of our WPThemeDetector tool and you would like to use that theme in a website, one of the pieces of information you would be willing to get is whether there is a current discount campaign for that theme. In some...read more
Some days ago I published a post about the Divi WordPress theme. At the end of that post I mentioned I was working on a new site based on Divi, a site you were going to love if you like the Divi WordPress theme, and I also said that I would post about...read more
Divi, the newest theme from Elegant Themes, was announced several months before its release, which took place near the end of 2013, on December 11. In fact, Elegant Themes had not released any new theme since July 18, 2013 and then started talking about their future most flexible and...read more
OptimizePress has just announced a new feature release. This brand new feature is called OverlayOptimizer, and it is intended to increase the engagement and commitment of your visitors. The OverlayOptimizer is used to create a lightbox with any OptimizePress elements inside of it. That means that, if you´re using...read more
Do you like the Twenty Fourteen theme but would like your site centered on the screen instead of left aligned? Would you like to control the content width or even make your posts full width? And how about doing those modifications and quite a few more without touching a...read more