Some people suggested me to use GeneratePress as the blog’s theme instead of Astra saying it loads faster. Well, let’s test those suggestions.
All WordPress themes usually have a text in the footer where there are links to the author of the theme and to WordPress, but changing that to something that fits better your website is a must.
Today we are going to see how to make the fixed navigation bar semi-transparent. That is, starting from a normal navigation menu, with an opaque background, if fixed, becomes semitransparent.
Loading fonts from Google Fonts can be a problem according to the privacy legislation in some countries of the European Union so sometimes it is convenient to deactivate them. Today we learn how to do it.
Hiding the header when scrolling on Divi is a really easy thing to do but most people dont know how to do it. That changes today.
The Astra theme is one of the most installed WordPress themes. But we can always learn something new about it, like how to change the “read more” text or button from entries/posts.
With Divi’s built-in settings you can quickly configure the navigation bar to slide. We are showing you how to find the setting and how it looks.
You will always find the add to cart button on the product page, but not in all themes it will be displayed in the catalog, product category file pages, etc. So let’s make that button show in all those places.