WordPress Audio Player Too Wide?

Is Your WordPress Audio Player Too Wide?  this isn’t even really a post - just futzing around with the wordpress audio thingy… It’s too wide… https://wordpress.forlifecoaches.com/wp-content/uploads/audio_not_posted.mp3   Don’t always...

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Optimizepress and Divi

Turns out this can be done! You just have to setup a multisite to run the “other” theme… You should start with a new WordPress install so you can use sub directories unless you don’t mind using subdomains… I have Divi on the...

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ElegantThemes.com’s Divi WordPress Theme

ElegantThemes.com KNOCKED IT OUTTA THE PARK with this one! If you have been looking at Worpress at all - you have undoubtedly heard of Elegant Themes. They make some beautiful themes and offer an affordable subscription plan… Anyway - today I took their Divi...

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A Look @ Cart66

I can keep this REALLY short and sweet… Cart66 blows wp-ecommerce away by leaps and bounds! Installed it today for the first time and even the freebie (lite) version does some very slick stuff - try it before you buy it. Check it out –  for $89 you can...

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WordPress Multisite

Here’s the story - a client wants to have different color schemes for different part of their website but the over all look and feel should not deviate between sites AND they would like to have users broken down into individual groups depending on which section...

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Event Espresso + Worpdress

 = Event Registration Made Easy Event Espresso is billed as the premiere event registration and management plugin for WordPress. Today I installed and deployed it on a client site and I gotta say - I like this plugin a lot. Here’s why – It’s FREE!...

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Flexibility 3 Is Pretty Slick

I have written about Flexsqueeze here: https://wordpress.forlifecoaches.com/?p=156 As it turns out there is a free one too. Even though this one doesn’t have all the sales and squeeze page page elements that it’s big brother has - it does provide one of the...

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Black Studio TinyMCE Widget FTW!

While updating a wordpress site for a client - one thing that kept cropping up was “How do I add or change content that is in a widget?” The thing is you need to install a plugin like Black Studio TinyMCE Widget so you don’t have to type html into a...

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