I’ve been working on a client’s site which has some specialized form needs, and have been using Formidable Forms to achieve the goals required. Formidable Forms is an incredible piece of software, probably the most advanced Forms tool I’ve used with WordPress, but there’s some additional functionality I needed. Fortunately, Javascript is here to help!…

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This guide will show you how to disable greylisting for your domain in Plesk. Greylisting protects your domain from spam so you can expect that, after disabling greylisting, you will experience a larger quantity of spam reaching your email addresses. An alternative to disabling greylisting is to whitelist only those email addresses or domains which…

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WordPress provides a great mechanism for exporting and importing data simply by using Tools > Export or Import. However when used on large datasets, you’re bound to run into timeout issues, especially when that data includes images since it takes time for the importer to grab those images from their source and download them into…

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This guide will show you how to configure your development site to ensure it is not indexed by Google. If you’re looking to set up a development environment, take a read over our guide here to learn how to do so then come on back here. Why is it important that your development sites not…

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Looking to get your PayPal API credentials? It’s not the same thing, but it often goes hand in hand with setting the IPN URL when connecting an eCommerce solution. Putler has done a great job with their guide. There’s plenty of guides out there showing how to do this with the old PayPal interface and it seems…

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If, when attempting to access any given page on your website, you get a blank white screen, you’re in the right place! You may see a line or two of text describing an error. If you’re using WordPress 5.2+ instead of a white screen, you will likely instead receive an error like “The site is…

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In the 14+ years we’ve been in business, we’ve worked on a lot of websites and worked with a lot of designers and developers. Sometimes the website has been hacked and needs a cleanup and secure home. Other times the developer disappeared and the client needs help with maintenance. Some are trapped in a proprietary…

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This has happened to us a few times, namely every time we migrate a site using Thesis. The problem is that Thesis stores all its CSS (custom, skin, and editor CSS) in the database. It also stores the variables that drive that CSS in the DB. Something about how that data is transferred over when…

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