Image widget is a plugin that I use on every site. It’s free and easy to use.
I was going to create a video for this amazing plugin, but have found that the one that the plugin developers made is better than any I could do. Link to their site for downloads and more information is https://smartslider3.com/. Smart Slider 3 Standard Free Version How To Use Smart Slider 3 Pro Version How… Continue Reading Working with Smart Slider 3 Plugin
If you have multiple events with multiple prices and you want people to sign up on your site, as well as pay via the sign up form, your options are to create a form for each price point or have a drop down with choices. This video will show you how to create a drop… Continue Reading How to Payment Options in Gravity Forms to Multiple Choice
You have a form set up for registration and the price is $25, but you also need a registration form that only shows the price of $35. If you update the price on the form that has $25, then it updates across the site. So, the best thing to do is duplicate that form and… Continue Reading How to Duplicate a Gravity Form in WordPress
Gravity Forms is one of the most reliable WordPress plugins around. It’s installed on all of my sites. This video will show you how to create a new form.
I have to admit, that setting up PayPal to work with WordPress is not the easiest, but just follow their instruction on what to change and what to add.
Gravity forms is my go-to plugin for all forms. In this video, I’ll show you how to create a new form.
Adding a Gravity form within the new WordPress Gutenberg is not the same process as it was before the “upgrade”.
There are lots of calendar/event plugins available and we use several of them. This one seems to be the one we are using the most often.
WordPress plugins are like small apps or small programs that you can add to your WordPress structure allowing you to have special functionality. For example: I added a forms plugin so that I can add a form to my website.