Category: Websites

Slider quiz for clients

Same quiz on phone screen

Professionals who see clients may want to measure the effectiveness of whatever they’re doing by a quick survey before and/or after each session. If you’re there in person, you can hand them a paper form, but if, as is often the case these days, you’re talking with them by online video, you need a way …

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How to make menu items into buttons

SHows location of Additional CSS in Customize

Occasionally, in your WordPress website, you’ll want to highlight certain menu items by giving them a button-like appearance. I don’t know of any plugin to help with this (though there are so many plugins, who knows, there might be one). I do it with CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). Most themes let you define your own …

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Hiding the credit footer in Graphene theme

Install plugin: Real-Time Find and Replace by Marios Alexandrou. In the WordPress dashboard, navigate to Tools > Real-Time Find and Replace Click Add button. In the Find field, type: Made with <i class=”fa fa-heart”></i> by <a href=”https://www.graphene-theme.com/” rel=”nofollow”>Graphene Themes</a>. In the Replace with field, type: <!– Made with <i class=”fa fa-heart”></i> by <a href=”https://www.graphene-theme.com/” rel=”nofollow”>Graphene …

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SVG file in a web page

The problem with raster graphics (such as your typical JPG, GIF, or PNG file) is that they don’t scale up very well. They get fuzzy if you zoom in on them. However, browsers are also able to display images of a different kind. SVG files are vector-based; they don’t store pictures as an array of …

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On the Difference between Categories and Tags

Many people are confused by the distinction between categories and tags in their WordPress blog. They sort of do the same thing, right? Think of categories as the table of contents of your blog, while tags are the index. The category is the broad type of post, and the tags are the subject of that …

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How do hackers get usernames on your WordPress site?

LOg shows someone tried to login with your ID

Of course you chose a good password — one that potential hackers won’t be able to guess. And you also activated the feature of the iThemes Security plugin that blocks computers that have too many wrong login attempts from accessing your site. So you’re pretty safe from people trying to break in by password guessing. …

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