September 13, 2018

WordPress

  • Filters by age/gender/type/path
    by /u/xDrizzlex on September 19, 2019 at 9:23 am

    Hi, need help with woocommerce and how to set it up, i want 4 filters by age/gender/type/path, Filter options are all and 3 to 5 choices of age/type/path, for each filter there's 1 option I also want it to show on sidebar with the header like this .. age (all, 3-5, 6-9, 10-12) submitted by /u/xDrizzlex [link] [comments

  • How to Monitor User Activity in WordPress with Security Audit Logs
    by Editorial Staff on September 19, 2019 at 9:00 am

    Do you want to monitor user activity on your WordPress site? Running a multi-author blog or membership site comes with its own unique challenges such as stopping spam registrations and managing editorial workflow. One solution that owners and admins of multi-user WordPress sites seek out is the ability… Read More » The post How to Monitor User Activity in WordPress with Security Audit Logs appeared first on WPBeginner.

  • What are some of your annoyances with your [self-hosted] WordPress?
    by /u/thisisdaveitferris on September 19, 2019 at 8:09 am

    Hey guys. I and a few friends are in the middle of developing a service to help folks with WP-based websites. Yes, I know there's more than a few already out there and we will be offering a lot of the same uptime monitoring, backups, updates etc .... but I was wondering if some of you guys had an itch not being scratched right now? It doesn't matter if you'd pay for the service or not, I'd love to know what some of your gripes are with the system. Some previous feedback; - 'I wish I could make the dashboard the way I want it' [solved with a white label plugin] - 'I'm a photographer, my media library should have folders' [solved with a media folder plugin]. Your feedback would be incredibly valuable to us. Thanks a million 🙂 submitted by /u/thisisdaveitferris [link] [comments

  • Hey guys! How can I translate CPT Screens in the backend?
    by /u/emin2pacc on September 19, 2019 at 8:09 am

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  • Why strip or hide tags ?
    by /u/elnoochy on September 19, 2019 at 7:58 am

    Why do WordPress text editors and CMS text editors often hide <p> tags even in text mode. I can understand them hiding the html in a visual mode but what’s the advantage in hiding or even stripping them in text mode ? One example of this is in Tinymce submitted by /u/elnoochy [link] [comments

  • How would this affect my SEO?
    by /u/thegoochalizer on September 19, 2019 at 7:23 am

    Hey friends, Sorry about the terrible post title. I'll try to keep this short & to the point so it's easier for you to get whats going on. Currently: I have a website, that is around 2-3gb of media files and is basically rubbish. However, the SEO game of this site is pretty strong and ranks high for a lot of popular keywords. I want to redesign this site to be "current" in web design trends and match the new branding of the company. Option 1: I initially wanted to start fresh. Brand new. Wipe the whole site from the internet and reupload a newly designed website, with better use of plugins, layouts, custom post types, etc... I of course would develop this locally and then deploy it once it's finished later on. Option 2: After some thinking, I realized option 1 may hurt the SEO. So, this option would be to develop the templates (elementor pro), export them and then re-upload them over the current site while also doing some serious maintenance (media cleaner, remove plugins, remove unused pages etc...) all while the site goes under a "coming soon page" temporarily. My question to you fine folks: Would option 1 still be viable in terms of saving the SEO? I would do my best to have all the posts & content that ranked for the keywords linked to the same content on the shiny new site, and in some cases, throw in 301 redirects. Why do I consider option 1 over option 2? Well, you know when you buy a new car, a new phone or a new anything - it feels good. It's brand new, virgin - and you get to know everything that ever happened to this 'thing'. Conversely, if instead of buying something new, you just upgrade your shity broken car to have a new paint job, a repaired engine and some new tyres - it's still good but... it's not quite the same. ​ Question continued & recap: If I go for option 1, is there anything besides what I mentioned (same content being linked to, 301 redirects etc...) that I should keep my eyes open for in order to save the SEO performance? What would you personally I appreciate any all input here guys! 🙂 submitted by /u/thegoochalizer [link] [comments

  • Dummy website for a particular country
    by /u/kaswardy on September 19, 2019 at 5:58 am

    I would like to have a different website still display to a particular country only. I have a .com domain and for the rest of the world I would like to display my updated website. However, for a few countries, I would like to retain my old website, since I am not offering the new services to these countries and would like to avoid re-positioning my business to existing clients. submitted by /u/kaswardy [link] [comments

  • Easy way to convert Bedrock back to Vanilla
    by /u/StevenAU on September 19, 2019 at 3:20 am

    Hi everyone, We recently got a new client with multiple sites which needed hosting. We transferred them to WPEngine and then found out their devs had built on Bedrock and hadn’t told anyone. I’ve not dealt with bedrock and have some instructions on how to fix it, but my first attempt didn’t work. Is there are trick to this or could the old devs done something that manual fix might not catch? Cheers submitted by /u/StevenAU [link] [comments

  • Problem with links
    by /u/Jessica_Jellybean9 on September 19, 2019 at 1:33 am

    I don't know if this the right place to ask this. I have a WP blog, I've been working on it for a while. Its a great medium. I have a problem.The category links don't work. When I click on them nothing happens. These are internal links to pages classified by category. I thought I added the categories correctly and I added pages to the categories correctly but nothing is happening. The Wordpress forums and site weren't helpful.Anyway I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. Any help would be appreciated. The code inside each link is http://<a%20href="/index.php?cat=Fiction">Category%20Title</a> submitted by /u/Jessica_Jellybean9 [link] [comments

  • Creating a WooCommerce-based subscription box where users can change their items each cycle?
    by /u/redlotusaustin on September 19, 2019 at 1:20 am

    I'm trying to help someone with an issue that I thought wouldn't be TOO hard to figure out, but I'm kind of stumped. They're trying to create a WooCommerce-based membership box where users can register and then get 15% off all items in the store, including a shipped box of 4 spices each quarter. Members should be able to change their selected spices up until X days before the quarterly ship date; ideally admins could also easily change an upcoming order. The membership and discount isn't hard but where they, and I, are getting hung up is with changing items & updating prices after the initial order. They were trying to use a combination of "WooCommerce Subscriptions", "WooCommerce Composite Products" and "All Products for WooCommerce Subscriptions", which nearly works. WooCommerce Subscriptions allows for the recurring order & billing, the Composite Products plugin lets you combine multiple products into one, and the All Products plugin lets you make that combination product a subscription. However, one of the stated limitations of All Products for WooCommerce Subscriptions is: "It is not possible to modify the contents of a Composite Product in a subscription", which is exactly what they need to do. I've had a couple plugin-based ideas that turned out to be dead-ends. One idea I had while writing this up was that I might be able to create a copy of their last order, with a custom status, and allow them to edit it up until X days, then changing the status to processing: https://businessbloomer.com/woocommerce-edit-orders/ So figured I'd ask if anyone here has done anything similar or has any suggestion? Or are they just hitting the limits of what WooCommerce can do without some serious custom work? submitted by /u/redlotusaustin [link] [comments

  • None of my theme images are loading after reinstalling Wordpress?
    by /u/littlefoot30 on September 19, 2019 at 12:32 am

    Hello everyone! I've been trying to solve this problem on my own for a while but just cannot figure it out. I had a nice website using the Astra theme that was just for fun. I want to try to make a new (very) amateur programming blog from scratch, so I decided to delete everything and completely start over. I use HostGator, and deleted all of the files within the file directory in Cpanel. How hard could it be I thought? This is what I did: deleted all of the files in file manager uninstalled and reinstalled wordpress used a wp reset plugin Now, when I install any theme the images and pictures are missing (see attached photo). I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling the themes, disabling all plugins, and I checked the database for errors (which were none). Any advice at how to proceed? As always, thanks ​ https://i.redd.it/rzyi9gkl3gn31.png submitted by /u/littlefoot30 [link] [comments

  • Help with simple Pods framework display page
    by /u/f4B-0P-r3X on September 19, 2019 at 12:26 am

    Could you WP wizards point me in the right direction as to how to build something like this: ​ - (1)A page with a textfield/dropdown MENU PAGE containing 180 country names: \- each country is an Advanced Content Type (ACT)pod \- contains about 10 fields - (2) User selects one by starting to type and have the name autocompleted in MENU PAGE -(3) User is directed to a PODS PAGE with only that country’s (pod) information. \- PODS PAGE has a template with {@…} tags \- this template is to be used by all countries (pods) -(4) If user tries to go back to page 1 (MENU PAGE) and select another country: \- popup message: please acquire another access code to see another country ​ New to everything here, wp and pods etc… ​ Any ideas how I could get the input from the MENU PAGE and then pass it to the template’s magic tags in the PODS PAGE to display specific ROWS of my table? [the countries rows have ids like 1-180] ​ More specific questions: - (1) is there a way to create a global variable in the pods framework. The url could be generated from the SLUG, or URL, but I don’t see how to pass that info in from the form. - (2) Is there a method in the pods framework that grabs text input from a form? Cuz, then perhaps, I could concatenate that into a MAGIC TAG in the pods template? - (3) Can I refer to a specific pod like this: {@pods_num_123/field_num_234} ? OR another way? ​ Another idea- - (4) An alternative I thought of is: - create a field in the country pod “selected_pod” or something like that, which would pretty much just be a check box (yes/no) - Have the input by MENU PAGE be saved as a flag (like 1) - Have a condition in PODS PAGE to show only pods with the flag 1 - Something like this..: [pods name= [….] where= “selected_pod=‘1’”]; ? ​ Sorry for the long ass post. Tried to be as clear and concise as possible. I would really appreciate the help as I’m working with an NGO and we’re trying to launch this feature asap to help users in countries in need.Thank you all in advance! submitted by /u/f4B-0P-r3X [link] [comments

  • How can I save my website locally?
    by /u/shi-Mada-Mada on September 19, 2019 at 12:08 am

    I created my website and it is really simple , It is not a blog it is just a personal website and I won't change it for another year I think. I want to backup my site locally or even upload it somewhere so if I ever change the domain , host etc... to always have the site I designed and just upload it? Is there anyway to do that ? Thank you submitted by /u/shi-Mada-Mada [link] [comments

  • WordPress Calendar/Event Plugin Question
    by /u/kalathe on September 18, 2019 at 11:08 pm

    Hi, I have a client that has a calendar of events on their website. It's just a simple Google Calendar embedded on the page using an iframe. They want to replace that with something better and I've found a ton of great looking calendar/event plugins for WordPress. One thing the client wants though is the ability for people to subscribe to the calendar using their preferred calendar app. Currently with the Google Calendar they have the ability to download an ICS file which can be imported into different calendar apps but that only gives them all the events that are currently on the calendar. If they add more events next week people have to download a new ICS file to get these new events. Does anyone know of a plugin that will let people subscribe to the calendar and automatically get all the future events added to their calendar apps? It needs to be pretty simple for users to use. The average site users won't really know how to fool around with RSS feeds or anything like that. Thanks in advance for any recommendations. submitted by /u/kalathe [link] [comments

  • Can anyone help me with AdSense?
    by /u/bad_fish87 on September 18, 2019 at 10:26 pm

    I was recently approved and copied the HTML code to the correct spot in my WordPress theme (newspaper theme). It’s been over two weeks and nothing is showing up. Any help is appreciated. submitted by /u/bad_fish87 [link] [comments

  • What could explain an extremely high TTFB (~20-30s) when not logged in, but then drastically reduced when logged in?
    by /u/devilmaydance on September 18, 2019 at 9:13 pm

    Tested this across browsers, essentially my site has a TTFB of about ~25s when visiting a page on the site. However, if logged in as a user, TTFB going to any page on the front-end is drastically reduced (<1s). Once logged out, TTFB goes back up to ~25s. Because the issue is only apparent when not logged in, Query Monitor is useless to me. Unfortunately, I'm not able to troubleshoot disabling plugins since it is a live site for my company, and I can't recreate the issue when copying the site locally. As for plugins, other than the custom ones we have set up (which may very well be the issue), we're using Gravity Forms, The Event Calendar, and Safe Redirect Manager. There's no caching plugin set up. submitted by /u/devilmaydance [link] [comments

  • I cant for the life of me edit the submenu color, or text color in my Astra theme :0
    by /u/TNTmongoose5 on September 18, 2019 at 8:19 pm

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  • Doc Pop’s News Drop: #HeadToWCEU
    by Doc Pop on September 18, 2019 at 8:19 pm

    Doc Pop’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. In this week’s episode of News Drop we talk with Carole Olinger from WPandUp.org about mental health, WordPress, and #HeadToWCEU The post Doc Pop’s News Drop: #HeadToWCEU appeared first on Torque.

  • Selling custom digital products
    by /u/Hannibaldex on September 18, 2019 at 8:08 pm

    Hello, I'm looking for a plugin/work around to sell custom digital products (I upload the files after the customer has placed an order). Are there any good solutions for this? submitted by /u/Hannibaldex [link] [comments

  • Barcode scanning for picking orders
    by /u/Ninja_mistic on September 18, 2019 at 8:06 pm

    Hi all! I was wondering if there is a solution to be able to add picking lists for orders with barcodes so we can ensure that the correct items were picked for that order? If possible maybe even shipping integration to allow us to purchase shipping labels and print them. I have been looking for some time, but never really found anything. Thanks! submitted by /u/Ninja_mistic [link] [comments

  • admin dropdown not working
    by /u/deaurin on September 18, 2019 at 8:04 pm

    Hi guys, I'm working on a WooCommerce store at the moment, but I run into the strange error of accordions not working in the backend (admin panel). The dropdown at the 'appearance > menu's' that contains attributes like 'custom links, messages, categories' does show, but I can't click the arrow to drop it out. I've tried debugging, the console doesn't show any errors and I've tried to deactivate the theme and reactivate it, turn off all the plugins, no luck. Been a few hours trying now and I'm kind of lost of what to try now, any suggestions? Thanks in advance! submitted by /u/deaurin [link] [comments

  • Clearing cache
    by /u/Made_ on September 18, 2019 at 7:45 pm

    Not sure if this is the right subreddit for this, and if not please point me in the right direction, but I've run into an issue quite a bit lately. ​ When the devs make changes it's still showing prev site without changes unless in incognito. I'm using a cache plugin and will purge all cache but will still see the cached version. submitted by /u/Made_ [link] [comments

  • AI and the Path to a More Human Web [Webinar]
    by Alyssa Cuda on September 18, 2019 at 5:11 pm

    There’s never been a better time for companies to capitalize on the promise of AI. Technologies that enable AI, like development platforms and data storage capabilities, are advancing rapidly and becoming more affordable. In turn, practical applications of AI are springing up in a number of industries, from agriculture to banking. Still, efforts to implement… The post AI and the Path to a More Human Web [Webinar] appeared first on WP Engine.

  • Thank you /Wordpress
    by /u/thisisdaveitferris on September 18, 2019 at 4:55 pm

    Guys and gals. I’ve been in love with WP for a long time and the advice and tips and tricks I learn here are insanely valuable to me. I just wanted to thank you all. submitted by /u/thisisdaveitferris [link] [comments

  • SEO vs PPC for Traffic Generation – Which One Should You Choose?
    by Nick Schäferhoff on September 18, 2019 at 4:42 pm

    The SEO vs PPC debate revolves around one question: how to get traffic to your site. Every online business needs it. No matter how great or innovative your product or service is, if nobody sees it, it might as well not exist. One of the main traffic avenues for websites is search engines. Here, you … The post SEO vs PPC for Traffic Generation – Which One Should You Choose? appeared first on Torque.

 

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