Divi Switch is a third-party plugin for Divi that adds lots of new features to Divi that you can toggle on or off at the flick of a switch. Many in the Divi community know of Divi Switch as it’s been around for several years, but their 3.0 update brought lots of new features and improvements worth looking at. Some of those new features include: a new dashboard, a mini plugin for importing and exporting, pre-loaders, new theme customizer settings, logo customizations, custom 404 and maintenance pages with built-in layouts, support for SVG images, and more. In this article, we’ll take a look at the new Divi Switch and pay close attention to it’s updated feature set. Installing Divi Switch Upload and activate Divi Switch like any plugin. A new tab is then added to the Divi Theme Options menu in the dashboard called Divi Switch. Input your license key and activate the plugin. The tab will then reveal a new intuitive dashboard. Divi Switch Dashboard Divi Switch has been … [Read more...] about Divi Plugin Highlight – Divi Switch
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When you visit your site and click customize, you can change the layout of your website to its Tablet and Mobile counterparts. What exactly are the default breakpoints set by WordPress for Desktop, Tablet, and Mobile? If possible, can I change these default values? … [Read more...] about What are the default breakpoints set in WordPress?
I am using vvv for local WordPress development and cannot get xdebug to pause on breakpoints. I have ssh'ed in and set the xdebug_on command. phpinfo() shows xdebug installed and active phpinfo() shows remote_autostart and remote_enable both set my xdebug client (VS Code) is configured to listen on the same port as xdebug is configured to broadcast. When I add a breakpoint (for instance, on the first line of substance in WordPress's index.php) and tell my client to listen, then load the page in my browser, I expect xdebug to pause on that line. This expectation is based on previous usage of xdebug. This doesn't happen, but xdebug and my client seem to connect. That's the part I don't get. Here is the xdebug log:  Log opened at 2019-03-09 20:08:19  I: Connecting to configured address/port: 192.168.50.1:9000.  I: Connected to client. :-)  -> <init xmlns="urn:debugger_protocol_v1" xmlns:xdebug="https://xdebug.org/dbgp/xdebug" … [Read more...] about xdebug connects but won’t break in WordPress with vvv
Sponsored Last Updated on: September 9, 2018 Colin Newcomer Leave a Comment Ever wished that you could go beyond your theme’s style settings and style every little bit of your WordPress site? You could fix that plugin that looks weird with your theme…or you could change how that one widget looks to make it work better… Well, CSS is a markup language that lets you do just that. It’s super powerful for customizing your WordPress site but…there’s a catch. Unless you’re a developer, or at least familiar with the basics of HTML, it’s nigh-on impossible to use CSS to style your own site. Basically, casual users can’t benefit from CSS because the learning curve is just too big. YellowPencil is a freemium WordPress plugin that changes that. It lets you make CSS style changes to any element on your WordPress site using a beginner-friendly, visual interface. Whether you’re a casual user and want more control over your site, or … [Read more...] about YellowPencil Review: A Beginner-Friendly Visual CSS Editor For WordPress