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    How to Design Custom Account Pages for WooCommerce, EDD, Memberpress, and more with the Divi Builder
    If you have ever built an e-commerce site or membership site with Divi, you have probably run into the challenge of matching the design or your Divi site with the account pages generated by your plugin to handle membership or e-commerce functionality. These Account pages (also called front-end pages or reserved pages) handle things like… […] The post How to […]

    WordPress Plugin Conflicts: Your Ultimate Guide to Preventing Them, Identifying Them, and Resolving Them
    Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. You: My computer went crazy. Support: Okay. Have you tried restarting it? You: Yes. And it’s still crazy. Maybe even crazier. Support: Well, let’s try it again. Just in case. Sound familiar? It should. It’s basically the first 15 seconds of every tech support call that’s ever […] The post WordPress Plugin Conflicts: Y […]

    Organizing the “Client Side” of our Divi Web Design Business
    Welcome to part 5, the final chapter in our series Scaling Your Divi Web Design Business where we’re exploring proven tactics and actionable strategies that will help you grow your Divi based web design business. In the final post of our series, we’re going to focus on the client-facing side of your business to be […] The post Organizing the “Client Side” of […]

    How to Get More Followers on Instagram in 2018
    Love it or hate it, Instagram is a major force in marketing these days. It’s no longer a social network for just the cool kids. Instagram has hit the mainstream, and that’s excellent news for you. Like anything else going mainstream, coming in late can feel impossible. Playing catch-up is not fun or easy, but […] The post How to Get More Followers on Instagr […]

    How to Require a Terms and Conditions Agreement On Your Contact Form
    Every website should have a Terms and Conditions Agreement in place. Although it isn’t required by law (like a Privacy Policy), it can be extremely vital to the health of your online business. The Terms and Conditions (T&C) agreement can also be referred to as Terms of Service or Terms of Use. It is a […] The post How to Require a Terms and Conditions Ag […]

    Paint.NET: A Free and Simple Photoshop Alternative for Windows
    Paint.NET is a free image and photo editing app for Windows. It was designed to have the look and feel of Microsoft Paint, an app that’s simple and intuitive, while providing advanced features of high-end graphics software such as layers and effects. It can be expanded through plugins. Paint.NET started as a college design project […] The post Paint.NET: A F […]

    Solidifying Systems and Processes for Your Divi Web Design Business
    Welcome to part 2 of 5 in our series Scaling Your Divi Web Design Business where we’re exploring proven tactics and actionable strategies geared towards helping you grow your Divi based web design business. When you’ve prepared your mindset and you’ve solidified your strengths and weaknesses, it’s time to take the first step towards scaling […] The post Soli […]

    5 Ways to Check If Your Theme Is Secure to Use
    One of the most important choices you’ll make during your WordPress career is which theme to use for your website. Not all themes are equal though, and some are safer than others. Choosing the wrong theme can leave your site vulnerable security-wise, so it’s essential you don’t base your decision on looks alone. WordPress theme […] The post 5 Ways to Check I […]

    GIMP: A Free and Open Source Alternative to Photoshop
    Photoshop transcended being a piece of software to become a verb indicating any kind of image manipulation. The problem is that it costs you money. The cost isn’t quite as extravagant as it was years ago because of Adobe’s Creative Cloud subscription bundles, but it’s still a decent investment, and many people go out looking […] The post GIMP: A Free and Ope […]

    PayPal vs Stripe: Which Payment Gateway Should You Choose?
    When you buy something online, there’s a really high chance that your payment is going to pass through either PayPal or Stripe. Outside of payment gateways like Amazon Pay and such that set themselves apart on purpose, Stripe and PayPal are really the big players in that market. If you sell stuff on the internet, […] The post PayPal vs Stripe: Which Payment […]