Before/after post content Before/after a specific paragraph in your post (or you can also choose a random paragraph) Sidebar widget Before/after comments In between individual comments Before/after specific HTML elements using CSS selectors (super flexible) At theme/plugin hooks (this lets you take advantage of the hooks that themes like Genesis and GeneratePress offer) And if you purchase Ad Inserter Pro (which I’ll show you in this review), you get: … [Read more...] about Ad Inserter Review: The Best WordPress Ad Management Plugin?
If you're a casual user, reading these posts can be eye-opening as to just how much money there is floating around in the WordPress economy. And if you're running a WordPress business, these reports can take things one step further and actually give you some insights into the pecuniary details of companies in your industry. … [Read more...] about 7+ WordPress Businesses That Actively Share Income Reports In 2018
The drag-and-drop positioning and resizing is super convenient. The responsive design mode is well done. And it’s also way easier for a casual user to grasp how breakpoints work in YellowPencil. You get lots of design controls for each element. If you’re interested, head to WordPress.org to play around with the free version. And if you like it, consider purchasing the Pro version. … [Read more...] about YellowPencil Review: A Beginner-Friendly Visual CSS Editor For WordPress
What gave you the idea for AmaLinks Pro and why did you decide to finally build it? Well… as they say – I was just scratching my own itch. I had been an Amazon affiliate for many years and I had built out many websites that were monetized with Amazon Associates. I had been utilizing other plugins and tools for helping me insert Amazon affiliate links on my WordPress sites. But I was becoming increasingly frustrated with the lack of updates to these tools and, more importantly, the lack of innovation. … [Read more...] about Getting to Know Matthew Allen, Co-Founder of AmaLinks Pro
The product name and logo A text summary A CTA to buy the product An optional affiliate link disclaimer. If you check a box, the block will automatically include an affiliate disclaimer. If the box is unchecked, there will be no affiliate disclaimer, though. Step 1: Create a New Block To get started, go to Lazy Blocks → Add New and give your block a name. This name is what will show up when you go to insert the block while working in the editor: … [Read more...] about How to Create a Custom Gutenberg Block in WordPress (Without Code)