The default behavior of WordPress is to redirect after logging out to /wp-login.php If you would like to send members to a special page after they logout instead of the normal WordPress behavior, you can use the below script to accomplish this. Just replace the URL with the full URL (including http or https) of… Continue reading OptimizeMember Logout Redirect
Author boxes are nice, but the default WordPress way of handling profile images that show up in the author box at the bottom of blog posts when using any WordPress Theme (including the OptimizePress Smart Theme) is to have a Gravatar account, which can be a little more technical to setup than one might desire.… Continue reading Change User Avatar For Smart Theme Blog Author Box
To make the logo larger for the SmartTheme just add the below snippet of code under “Appearance > Theme Options > Custom Scripts” in a “CSS” block. You’ll need to be sure to enter the width and height for your logo (so if your logo is 300px wide and 65px for height then enter that… Continue reading Make OptimizePress SmartTheme Logo Bigger
Gutenberg (also known as the “Block Editor”) that came with WordPress 5.0, is an all new editor that completely changes the WordPress editing experience. If you are not prepared for it, or have not spent much time testing it out, it might be a better option to disable it for now until you have had… Continue reading Three Options To Disable the WordPress Block Editor (Gutenberg)
Do you have the OptimizePress Plus Pack? If so, then you can use the awesome new Plus Pack Slider element, but if you would like to have a full width slider, all you have to do is set a custom CSS class just like in the image below. To do that, just go into “row… Continue reading OptimizePress PlusPack Slider Full Width
OptimizePress recently released the new SmartTheme which has wider headers. In some cases the Live Editor pages in OptimizePress might not match up, so the code below could be helpful for this. Just drop the code under one of the following locations: Within the Live Editor itself, in each page, under “Page Settings > Other… Continue reading Make Live Editor Headers Have Similar Width & Height As SmartTheme
Do you get a lot of spam comments or just don’t want to be linking to every website on the internet from your blog comments? Yeah me either! So here is what we can do to solve this. First thing you’ll need to do is open up your FTP or File Manager and navigate to… Continue reading Disable URL Field in Comments Form for Smart Theme
When someone searches for something on your blog with the OptimizePress Smart Theme, you may want to show a hero background image on your search results page. Just drop the following CSS code under “Appearance >> Theme Options >> Custom Scripts” within a CSS box.
Do you want to show a hero background image on your 404 page in the OptimizePress Smart Theme? There are currently no options for this but you can use some CSS for that. Just drop the following CSS code under “Appearance >> Theme Options >> Custom Scripts” within a CSS box.
Today I was messing around with the new OptimizePress Smart Theme which is a really awesome new theme. I was trying to get the Blog Hero Images to show up on category pages. After some poking around in the code, I realized that the Smart Theme includes a custom body class for .category and .category-category-slug… Continue reading Smart Theme Category Page Background Image CSS
If you have the Plus Pack (Publisher or Pro account) with OptimizePress, you have some extra element styles for the Tabs element. You may also be able to adapt the code below for other styles, but this code is for the Tabs Style 3 which is the 3rd option down when selecting the tabs element… Continue reading OptimizePress Plus Pack Tabs Style 3 Custom Colors
If you have ever used the OverlayOptimizer element in the OptimizePress Live Editor, and wanted to use some other background besides white, or wanted to set a transparent color background, you can use the below CSS code to do that. You can use a site like colorpicker.com to get an RGB color. Just drop this… Continue reading OptimizePress Overlay Optimizer Transparent Background
The “Content Toggle” element is quite useful. I personally like using it for FAQ sections with a 2-column row. Below is some CSS that can help you change some of the colors in this element. You can even take it one step further and use a custom CSS class in your row options – which… Continue reading Content Toggle Element Custom CSS