If you have ever found it troublesome when trying to reorder your product variations for a particular product, there’s actually a code you can add to your functions.php file within your WordPress theme. This code will increase variations per page within the product admin screen. Note: Be aware that this
Does your web page have a set of columns that all have buttons within them? Want to align the buttons to the bottom of the columns, but not sure how? Using the following methods can help you achieve that. Method 1 – Using the CSS Flex Method Step 1: Open
When you use the Posts widget from Elementor, it allows you to order your posts by title, date, menu order, or random. However, what if you wanted to sort them based on a custom field date, used by Advanced Custom Fields or ACF? You now can by doing the following:
If you need to add a custom notice below the order review on the checkout page of your WooCommerce site, add the following code to your functions.php file. Be sure to change the styling and text:
If you need to display a custom message on the checkout page of your WooCommerce site, you can place the following code into your functions.php file. Be sure to make your own styling and text changes:
If you’re making a one-page / landing page site and want to have the mobile popup menu close after clicking on a link, copy the following code: Now, paste it into an HTML widget that you’ll put onto the bottom of the popup menu.