Def’n: a highlighted word or phrase that when clicked links to another part of the document/page or to another location or website. Like this: To make the code for a link click here.
Making links can be easier than you ever imagined.
There are many easy ways to link in the many programs we use everyday.
This video takes you through how to create links in:
Websites using WYSIWYG
Make Your Own Link
Don’t have a easy method for making links?
What if this easy to use link builder can make links easier than you ever imagined?
Enter the URL you wish to link to and then the Words that you wish to be the link and then copy the code from the cell below depending if you wish the linked to URL to be opened in a new window or the same window your are currently in. Then paste that code into the HTML / Source code section of your website.
Are you working with people all around the world and would it be a contribution to be able to know the time in their part of the world?
This fun app that you can attach to Google Calendar on Chrome may be just what you are looking for!
Some of you are aware that I LOVE Divi Theme from Elegant Themes but one of the things that has been frustrating me is not being able to personalise the archive pages on my Woocommerce product category pages. Well I solved it with no plugins pieced together from bits all over the web. So how did I do it?
Here is the step by step tutorial on the video as I show you all the steps:
So what were they again? and what were the magic bits I pasted in?
Here is the quick reference guide:
Create Your Layout
In your WordPress dashboard go to Divi > Divi Library
Add a new layout
Set this layout to Global (you have to do this when making it as it is not changable to global later)
Copy Woocommerce template files to your theme
in wp-content > plugins > woocommerce > templates
copy these to your theme (highly recommend using a child theme for this) in a folder called “woocommerce” (CTRL drag in cpanel)
Change template file names in your theme
find your slug of your product category
use the rename function to rename both of the files to add “-yourslug” before the .php
So “archive-product.php” becomes “archive-product-yourslug.php”
and “taxonomy-product_cat.php” becomes “taxonomy-product_cat-yourslug.php”
Edit the code of this file and change the line “wc-get-template(‘archive-product.php’);”
Change it to “wc-get-template(‘archive-product-yourslug.php’);”
Remove everything after “get_header( ‘shop’ );” all the way down to and leave in ” get_footer( ‘shop’ ); ?>”
Between those 2 lines past in
Change the XXXX to the layout number (found by looking in the URL when viewing the layout editor screen
To update the layout you then just go back into Divi > Divi Library and make your changes!!