Author: Rob Hobson

Check the Health of Your WordPress Installation

While troubleshooting an issue I had with a Jetpack installation, I came across two handy little plugins, the one called Health Check, and the other WP Crontrol. Both these plugins provide you with invaluable insight into your WordPress hosting environment and installation. Health Check With this plugin, you’ll be able to perform a number of checks on your WordPress install to detect common configuration errors and known issues. It can check your PHP and MySQL versions, some extensions which are needed or may improve WordPress, and it also checks that the services are accessible to your site. One of...

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Slide Anything With a Free WordPress Plugin

In my tutorial “Build Your Own Plugin: A Simple Plugin to Easily Embed A Divi Section Or Module Within Another“, I showed you how to create a plugin which would allow you to embed a Divi Module or Section almost anywhere. Now, as you can image, that opens up endless possibilities. So, while creating that tutorial, I decided I’d create this tutorial to demonstrate that plugin together with another free plugin I discovered recently called “Slide Anything” which, believe it or not, can slide anything! The Example For this example, I’ve used a gif, you can check out the...

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Build Your Own Plugin: A Simple Plugin to Easily Embed A Divi Section Or Module Within Another

If you’ve ever had to add code to your child theme’s functions.php file, or you just want to try your hand at creating a simple plugin, this tutorial is for you. In this tutorial, we’re going to create a very simple WordPress plugin that you can use to add Divi Sections or Modules almost anywhere on your site. Okay, this plugin is very simple but perfect for someone who’s just starting off and wants to learn the basics without getting too caught up in the complexities of a sophisticated plugin. This was my first attempt at creating a plugin and, to...

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Create a Slider with Static Text Using The Divi Slider Module

The Divi slider is designed to display different text on every slide and animate it as it appears, but what if you want the images to change and the text to remain the same with no animation? Well, you can, with just one line of CSS. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how. The Example As you’ll see in the example below, the images slide across but the text remains fixed. Africa experience the majesty Africa experience the majesty Africa experience the majesty Slider Image credits: First Photo by Sergey Pesterev on Unsplash Second Photo by Johann...

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Adding Text to the Right of the Divi Mobile Menu

In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to add text to the right hand side of Divi’s mobile menu (the hamburger) and change the hamburger to an X when the menu is opened. The Example You can check this out at my Beach House Divi layout demo. The CSS Add the following CSS to either your child theme’s style.css file or in the Custom CSS field of the Divi Theme Options General tab. Depending on how you’ve sized your menu bar, you’ll probably have to play around with the bottom value of in the CSS. The End And...

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