Most of the time when you see a little snippet of WordPress code somewhere on the internet, you’re told to just put it in your theme’s functions.php file. Problem is, when you update your theme, you’ll lose that code.
When you make a change to your Beaver Builder child theme CSS, changes may not appear for people who have visited your site unless they clear their cache.
What if you want to sell tiers or packages of your course using LearnDash and Easy Digital Downloads? Fortunately this is relatively easy to do with a bit of customization!
Easy Digital Downloads checkout styling isn’t too bad, the spacing of some elements like the terms and conditions and purchase total are a bit off. Here’s some styling to fix that.
I just updated to the latest version of El Capitan (10.11.6) and was no longer able to access any of the virtual hosts in VVV due to an HTTP timeout.
You have an add-on that you want to give away as part of another purchase for certain prices. Yet, you want to allow updates in case there are any.
Using this method you can use git for the majority of your source code control while only pulling in your changes using git when you need to push an update to your users.
So what’s the issue? Well if someone misses that little checkbox to agree to your terms and conditions, the whole page will refresh and all the data will be lost.
Using MailChimp for WordPress you can avoid errors and with Boxzilla, allows you to create a popup on link click or slide in when they scroll down the page
If you create a “pro” or premium version of your free WordPress plugin and don’t handle things properly, you might run into annoying support issues.