Mailchimp offers some great features for building your mailing list. One of the best is the slick popup signup form that easily integrates with your existing WordPress site. However, when you do set one up, you may initially think that it’s broken because it doesn’t display when you test it live. A common mistake people make is to test the… Continue reading "Don’t Panic – Your Mailchimp Popup Signup Form IS Working"
Depending on your site structure, you may sometimes want to have a navigation menu with drop-down sub-navigation items but not have the root of the navigation point to anything. For example, you may have a top level menu item called Products but you don’t want a top level Products page; you just want pages for the products. In this case, on… Continue reading "WordPress: How To Make Top Level Navigation Item Have No Link"
If you’re like me, you would think that a feature like this would be made very obvious in the WordPress admin interface. In my experience, in the majority of cases, there’s no reason to give your visitors the ability to comment on a normal Page on your site. Posts, sure, but Pages? Especially when developing a site with a child… Continue reading "Disable Comments on WordPress Pages Only"
TheDashbaord page of yourWordPress admin interface offers a quick and useful high-level view of your site’s content with the ability to quickly take action as well. There are a number of modules on the dashboard, one of which is the QuickDraft module. Not only does the QuickDraft module allow you to quickly begin a draft of a new post but it also… Continue reading "View WordPress Page Drafts in the Dashboard"