For years I’ve championed the use of Cloudflare wo WordPress developers and business owners. That’s never changed. What has changed is Cloudflare itself. Bigger and better every single year, but that means we need an updated guide for you to reference. Here it is, no frills, just direct settings and screenshots for how I setup Cloudflare for optimal WordPress performance. … Read More
News & Shit
The recent Yoast update came with a cool new feature: Enhanced Slack Sharing. This isn’t magic, it’s using existing Twitter-based meta tags in the HTML to add extra data to previews. Slack uses these still (Twitter dropped support), hence the name. Here’s what it looks like: The extra meta tags added now give us an author and an estimated reading … Read More
There’s one thing I dislike about blogging, and that’s creating a custom open graph image for each blog post. Even with a handy PSD template, I often forget. Worse yet, when I want to change them, I’m left editing all my existing posts. The good news is that there is a better way to do this. Dynamic open graph images. … Read More
One request many Themeco users have is related to the cart elements in the header builder. That request is simple: “How can I show a cart count or cart total in the Pro element?”. This post will answer that question.
The font manager in Pro theme is a life saver for managing your fonts, but what if you have a custom font file enqueued that you’d like to access? Let me show you how.
One simple tweak I make on many of my Woocommerce based websites is to enable the AJAX add to cart functionality. In many cases, having the user directed to a cart page isn’t ideal for your shop, and a hard reload to the same page is just silly. Someone in the Themeco community asked about how to do this, so I’m sharing the code I use.
Themeco’s Pro Header Builder is pretty amazing. But what do you do when the specific page you’d like to target isn’t available as an assignment? How about when you want to show a specific header for logged in users? Or for different user roles? This little PHP snippet will do just that.
The new pro theme by Themeco has many amazing features. One of which is the colours templates. This tip will convert your colour manager palette into global CSS variable that you can use anywhere.
As we continue on the topic of website speed, it’s important to note one of the biggest contributing factors: your host. A great host can launch your site to speeds unimaginable by others, and a poor host can hold you back by great lengths.
Have you ever wished you could create a section in Cornerstone and re-use it on multiple pages? How about doing that, and being able to edit them all in one shot? Well, wish no more. Introducing the Global Blocks for Cornerstone.
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