Email Whitelist Instructions Your providers do the best they can to keep spam out, but sometimes the systems they use mistakenly catch good mail along with it. So- We ask that you add us to your trusted list of senders, contacts or address book. All also known as “Whitelisting.” If you do not see an…

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Here is my solution for Woocommerce checkout expiry (expiration date) field not accepting slash (/) on iPhone… note this is a change in file /plugins/woocommerce/includes/gateways/class-wc-payment-gateway-cc.php starting on line 50. I’ve changed the field type to “” and inputmode to “” in all cases. This will cause the iPhone to bring up the full keyboard screen…

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You can use Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) image field to replace the featured image field. In this example, I’ve created an image field for the company logo using the slug “company_logo”. This allows the client to complete an ACF form to add a new member company without having to know how to (or remember to)…

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How to create an Advanced Custom Field (ACF) repeater shortcode that loops through to include each repeater subfield. Credit goes to FransicoG: https://gist.github.com/FranciscoG/c393d9bc6e0a89cd79d1fd531eccf627 Include the following code in your child theme’s function.php file: /** * ACF Pro repeater field shortcode * * @attr {string} field – (Required) the name of the field that contains a…

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How does one protect all content by restricting access to it for only logged in users and have the logged out users redirected to a custom login page built using Beaver Builder PowerPack? 1. Create a new custom login page with Beaver Builder PowerPack and insert the login module. 2. Add plugin “Force Login” which…

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The best way to change the default sender name and email address for outgoing WordPress emails is by making a quick addition to your theme’s functions.php file. By default, WordPress uses ‘WordPress’ as the sender name for all outgoing WordPress notification emails. And it uses the admin email as the default email. Customizing those items…

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There are a myriad of different ways to block internet traffic to your website from foreign countries.  Most of them cause a strain on your server by comparing each visitor’s ip address with a list of ip address ranges inserted in your htaccess file. There are also country traffic blocking services that are not free…

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Sometimes you want to be able to add a login form anywhere on your WordPress website. You can add the following code to your child theme’s functions.php file. add_shortcode( ‘djs-login-form’, ‘djs_login_form_shortcode’ ); /* Use this shortcode to display a login form anywhere – [djs-login-form redirect=”http://yoursite.com/somewhere”] */ function djs_login_form_shortcode( $atts, $content = null ) { $defaults…

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