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Remove Proudly powered by WordPress Twenty Sixteen Theme and Replace with Your Own © Copyright Information

For WordPress Twenty Sixteen Theme users, let’s remove “Proudly powered by WordPress” from the footer by adding simple line of CSS (without of editing any programming part of it), and replace with you own © Copyright information.

Remove “Proudly powered by WordPress” Text

Open Up the CSS Editor:
(Go to the Backend page -> Appearance -> Editor)

footer .site-info { 
 display: none !important; 
}
footer.site-footer:after {
 content: "© YOUR WEBSITE NAME";
}

Replace YOUR WEBSITE NAME as you like.

If you want to center align the Copyright line, add margin:auto like below:

footer.site-footer:after {
 content: "© YOUR WEBSITE NAME";
 margin: auto;
}

Now it’s all good. Feel free to add the font-size and color of your own.

Storefront

Remove Product Description and Reviews Tabs in Woocommerce Storefront Theme

Wocommerce offers the tabs: “Product Description”, “Reviews and/or “Additional Information” in the product detail page. Let’s find a way to remove or disable the tabs while you are using in the “Storefront” theme.

Remove “Product Description”, “Reviews” and “Additional Information” Tabs

Go to the backend -> Appearance -> Editor -> Find “storefront-functions.php” on the right. Input below code in the very bottom. “Update File” after adding the codes.

add_filter( 'woocommerce_product_tabs', 'woo_remove_product_tabs', 98 );

function woo_remove_product_tabs( $tabs ) {

unset( $tabs['description'] ); // Remove the description tab
unset( $tabs['reviews'] ); // Remove the reviews tab
unset( $tabs['additional_information'] ); // Remove the additional information tab

return $tabs;

}

If you wish to keep one or two of the three tabs, just remove the corresponding line from the codes. Enjoy woocommerce!

Storefront

Remove “Storefront designed by WooThemes” on Woocommerce Storefront Theme

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Woocommerce offers a well designed free template for everyone called, the Storefront. By adding the CSS codes below, you can remove the credits, “Storefront designed by WooThemes” without editing or deleting a line of the core programmings. So instead of deleting anything, you are just hiding the text actually. So it’s a risk free, easy and fast!

Remove “Storefront designed by WooThemes” Credits

Place the CSS line on the WordPress backend where CSS is located:
(Go to the Backend page -> Appearance -> Editor)

footer .site-info { 
 display: none !important; 
}
footer .col-full:after { 
 content: "© YOUR COMPANY NAME";
 font-size: 15px;
 color: #777;
 line-height: 140%;
 text-align: center;
 display: block;
 margin: 20px auto;
}

Now you’ll see the line, “Storefront designed by WooThemes” is gone. Feel free to edit the font-size and color of your own.

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Make Clickable Link with JavaScript instead of HTML Anchor

Sometimes you just can’t edit the HTML but still need to make the div clickable. Here’s how with using JavaScript. *Jquery needs to be installed.

<script> 
$('.YOUR-CLASS-NAME').each(function() {
var link = $(this).html();
$(this).contents().wrap('<a href="YOUR-URL-LINK"></a>');
});
</script>

You need to replace .YOUR-CLASS-NAME with your div’s class and replace "YOUR-URL-LINK" with your destination link. Pretty simple, heh?

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CSS Vertical Align Center

[:en]Let’s  vertical align your design elements with CSS and HTML! Despite how popular people search for this method, vertical centering your contents seems not easy than you think for beginners. Below method could be the one of the simplest ways you can make it happen.

DEMO: How to Vertically Align Middle with CSS

Vertical Align Demo

Box One

Vertical Align Center

Box Two

Vertical Align Middle

Box Three

Vertical Align Center

CSS

Copy the code below and paste into your CSS document. You need to make the same min-height and line-height on the outer part of the div. In my case, I have 200px.

.div-outer {
    min-height: 200px;
    line-height: 200px;
}
.div-inner {
    display: inline-block;
    vertical-align: middle;
    line-height: normal;
}

HTML

Copy the code below and paste into your HTML document.

<div class="div-outer">
<div class="div-inner">
<h4>Box One</h4>
<p>Vertical Align Center</p>
</div>
</div>
<div class="div-outer">
<div class="div-inner">
<h4>Box One</h4>
<p>Vertical Align Center</p>
</div> </div>
<div class="div-outer">
<div class="div-inner">
<h4>Box One</h4>
<p>Vertical Align Center</p>
</div>
</div>

You can tweak around with different colors of the boxes or texts. Have fun!

[:de]Let’s  vertical align your design elements with CSS and HTML! Despite how popular people search for this method, vertical centering your contents seems not easy than you think for beginners. Below method could be the one of the simplest ways you can make it happen.

DEMO: How to Vertically Align Middle with CSS

Vertical Align Demo

Box One

Vertical Align Center

Box Two

Vertical Align Middle

Box Three

Vertical Align Center

CSS

Copy the code below and paste into your CSS document. You need to make the same min-height and line-height on the outer part of the div. In my case, I have 200px.

.div-outer {
    min-height: 200px;
    line-height: 200px;
}
.div-inner {
    display: inline-block;
    vertical-align: middle;
    line-height: normal;
}

HTML

Copy the code below and paste into your HTML document.

<div class="div-outer">
	<div class="div-inner">
		<h4>Box One</h4>
		<p>Vertical Align Center</p>
	</div>
</div>
<div class="div-outer">
	<div class="div-inner">
  		<h4>Box One</h4>
  		<p>Vertical Align Center</p>
	</div>
</div>
<div class="div-outer">
	<div class="div-inner">
		<h4>Box One</h4>
		<p>Vertical Align Center</p>
	</div>
</div>

You can tweak around with different colors of the boxes or texts. Have fun!

[:KO]Let’s  vertical align your design elements with CSS and HTML! Despite how popular people search for this method, vertical centering your contents seems not easy than you think for beginners. Below method could be the one of the simplest ways you can make it happen. 테스트 입니다

DEMO: How to Vertically Align Middle with CSS

Vertical Align Demo

Box One

Vertical Align Center

Box Two

Vertical Align Middle

Box Three

Vertical Align Center

CSS

Copy the code below and paste into your CSS document. You need to make the same min-height and line-height on the outer part of the div. In my case, I have 200px.

.div-outer {
    min-height: 200px;
    line-height: 200px;
}
.div-inner {
    display: inline-block;
    vertical-align: middle;
    line-height: normal;
}

HTML

Copy the code below and paste into your HTML document.

<div class="div-outer">
<div class="div-inner">
<h4>Box One</h4>
<p>Vertical Align Center</p>
</div>
</div>
<div class="div-outer">
<div class="div-inner">
<h4>Box One</h4>
<p>Vertical Align Center</p>
</div> </div>
<div class="div-outer">
<div class="div-inner">
<h4>Box One</h4>
<p>Vertical Align Center</p>
</div>
</div>

You can tweak around with different colors of the boxes or texts. Have fun!

[:]

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Resolved! Loading Your Google Fonts Over https (SSL) Sites

I couldn’t believe how amazingly simple it was! I was searching for days and nights how to make my google fonts properly load over on my WordPress https (SSL) site.

Here’s the basic story. I’m running an e-Commerce store with a Secure Sockets Layer installed on the domain. I created the logo with “La Belle Aurore” font from Google. When customers pay for their purchase, they have to land on the cart page showing https. My logo won’t be properly showing when my customer uses IE (Internet Explorer 11) browsers or my Safari from iPhones, so I really had resolve this issue.

I’ve seen some people trying to resolve the issue by creating weird code in the .htaccess file or tweaking the .function file in WordPress theme. I’ve tried it, but none of them actually worked for me.

Ta-Dah! It was simpler than I thought. I deleted the http: part on my CSS file, and it worked like magic! So DO “//fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=XXX”, NOT “http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=XXX”

@import url(//fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=NAME_OF_YOUR_FONT_FAMILY);

I used “La Belle Aurore” font on my site, so here’s what I have. @import url(//fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=La+Belle+Aurore); I hope this method save your time as well. Good luck!

mailchimp

Quick Start Guide to MailChimp for WordPress

This post will be a quick start guide to MailChimp for WordPress plugin. You might use it to collect massive email data from the visitors of your website in order to send a blast of email for your personal or commercial needs. For beginners, MailChimp is a great place to start with your email campaign where that is available to “send 12,000 emails to 2,000 subscribers for free”.

  • 1

    Download the MailChimp for WordPress Plugin. https://wordpress.org/plugins/mailchimp-for-wp/ or go to your WordPress Admin -> Plugins -> Add New -> (Search for) MailChimp for WordPress -> Download & Activate.

  • 2

    Sign up MailChimp website for free. http://mailchimp.com/

  • 3

    Create and name your list. Go to the ‘List’ menu on the sidebar. Create a list.

  • 4

    Go to your name at the top of the sidebar and select ‘Account’.

  • 5

    Create API Key. On the top menu click ‘Extras’ -> API keys -> ‘Create A Key’

  • 6

    Copy the API Key you just created and Paste it onto your ‘MailChimp for WP’ (your WordPress Admin -> MailChimp for WordPress -> MailChimp Settings) then ‘Save Changes’

  • 7

    Check and make sure you see ‘CONNECTED’ sign on ‘MailChimp API Settings’. Click on the button -‘Renew MailChimp lists’

  • 8

    Go to the admin -> ‘MailChimp for WP’ -> ‘Checkboxes’ and check on the ‘MailChimp Lists’ box and save.

  • 9

    Go to the admin -> ‘MailChimp for WP’ -> ‘Forms’and check on the ‘Lists this form subscribes to’ box and save.

  • 10

    On the ‘Form’ setting page, copy the form shortcode below ‘Form mark-up’ and paste into any posts or pages you want to show your subscriber form, or you can use a MailChimp form widget to subscribe emails. (For widget users, go to the admin -> drag and drop ‘MailChimp Sign-Up Form’ to your widget sidebar.

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  • 11

    Test your email. Once you actually test subscribing with your email, you would get a successful message “Thank you, your sign-up request was successful! Please check your e-mail inbox.”, but if miss any steps from above, you might see a message “oops. Something went wrong. Please try again later.”

Enjoy the MailChimp for WordPress plugin / widget!

Weird Code

WordPress Appearing Strange Weird Characters / Codes

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This was pretty shocking moments when seeing the weird strange codes on my WordPress website. I was looking all over to resolve the issue and it worked for me. This could has happened because you have upload your plugin directly through FTP and didn’t go through the backend and install it proper way.

Which I did to make all this mess. I uploaded my files directly through FTP.

weirdcodes

I had back ups files, but these weird strange characters were showing up on top of every pages I go even I replaced it with my backed up files.

If you see the similar things showing, just de-activate the plugin that causing the issue, or you can delete the plugin folder directly from your FTP. And here’s what you should do next, re-install the plugin through the WordPress backend (admin) panel. It worked like a charm.

You might still see after, but don’t go crazy. There is a good chance your browser’s cache might need to be refreshed. Hit “Reload” the browser or Shift + “Reload” and it should work fine.

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A Simple Way to Hide Featured Image inside Post with CSS

Here’s a very simple way to hide your featured image inside your post area, and it does NOT affect your actual featured image on your site’s front-page or the thumbnail image from the list. You are not deleting anything but simply hiding!

This post was originally for the theme “TwentyTwelve”, however, as many people have asked about other recent themes, I have organized the codes for the default WordPress themes from “Twenty Twelve” to “Twenty Sixteen”.

For Twenty Twelve

Copy the code below and paste into your CSS document.

.attachment-post-thumbnail { display:none; }

For Twenty Thirteen

Copy the code below and paste into your CSS document.

.entry-thumbnail { display:none; }

For Twenty Fourteen

Copy the code below and paste into your CSS document.

.post-thumbnail { display:none; }
.site-content .hentry.has-post-thumbnail:first-child { margin-top: 48px; }

For “Twenty Fourteen” theme, the margin of the top header gets weird after hiding the featured image. Adding the second line, margin-top: 48px will fix the issue.

For Twenty Thirteen

Copy the code below and paste into your CSS document.

.post-thumbnail { display:none; }
.hentry.has-post-thumbnail { padding-top: 8.3333%; }

For “Twenty Fourteen” theme, the margin of the top header gets weird after hiding the featured image. Adding the second line, padding-top: 8.3333% will fix the issue.

For Twenty Sixteen

Copy the code below and paste into your CSS document.

.post-thumbnail { display:none; }

For any questions, please leave a comment. Enjoy blogging!