There are lots of choices out there to help make your website mobile friendly. From doing nothing to building out an entirely separate mobile version of your site. Here’s an overview of the options.
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This video covers what an “Author” (a WordPress user level) sees and can do when they’re posting their first posts to a WordPress site.
It’s just an image and it’s just a sidebar. The trouble is that the widgets (the content ares that populate sidebars) don’t have much as far as design or layout tools. So what do I usually do?
Want that header and footer area going full-width, wall-to-wall, the full length of the browser when you stretch it? Got that covered.
I personally love the full-width slider in Scrollider, but I wanted something like it in Canvas. I’m sure the WOO Ninjas will bring it into Canvas at some point, but until then, here’s how to get a full-width slider into Canvas.
So you’re ready to set up WordPress. There a zillion options, a kajoolion plugins and even options on the plugins. Ready?
Don’t want those drop down arrows in the main navigation of WOO Canvas?
Powerful plugin that lets you redirect error pages from within the WordPress admin to the new pages you’d like them to go to.
Can’t get those links into the comment section of a site you want to comment on? Try these tricks.
Using the .htaccess file is a powerful tool to make some simple URL redirects.