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We'll show you how to show different menus to logged in users in WordPress because it makes no sense to show a register or login link to users who have already logged in or provide a link to a user's profile when they are a visitor and don't have a profile.
Child themes provide a turnkey solution that allow you to very quickly set up a website with an aesthetic that matches your industry. They’re often based on existing free or “sandbox” themes, too, which means you’ll pay only for the child theme that suits you best.
To celebrate 2019 Lunar New Year, WooVina are glad to offer 30% OFF discount on everything on WooVina store including WooVina Priority Support, WooVina Child Themes and WooVina Child Themes Bundle as well as Renewals.
WordPress has a built-in method of debugging that works great for developers. It offers a warning message detailing what file is at fault and what line to look at. However, this often looks terrible from a visitor perspective. It’s a WordPress error message that can easily dissuade people from coming back.
If you build WooCommerce WordPress sites with page builders, you've probably come across WooVina theme. In case you're not familiar with the WordPress page builder world, WooVina is a free WooCommerce WordPress theme that gives you a ton of control for customizing your site's design via the real-time WordPress Customizer. Not only that, it's also blazing fast!
English speakers generally have it easy in the WordPress world. Themes and plugins all tend to be English centric which results in a more difficult user experience for those who speak and read in a different language.
Poedit is a software that you can use to translate themes and plugins to your preferred local language. This is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux users and can be downloaded from poedit.net. This software has a Pro version but the free version should be sufficient for you to do the translation.
Is there a way to scan your WordPress site for potentially malicious code? The answer to that question is YES, YES, and YES. There are both free and paid tools available to scan your WordPress site for potentially malicious or unwanted code.