Having trouble fitting your tables into a responsive site? They look great on a desktop layout, but look miserable on mobile. The Basics First remove any fixed widths from your markup. Before: <table width="540"> <tr> <td width="300"> Header 1 < /td> <td width="60"> Header 2 < /td> <td> Header 3 < /td> <td> Header 4 < /td> < /tr> < /table> After: <table> <tr> <td> Header 1 < /td> <td> Header 2 < /td> .
Widgets are a lot like plug-ins, but they’re easier to add and customize. Here we’ll look at the various widgets available and the simple ways to add, edit and customize widgets to benefit the functionality and user experience of your WordPress website. One of the main benefits of using widgets is you’re not required to change any of the Theme code. If you wish to use widgets in your website, it is important to select .
Installing a plugin is a fairly simple task: Click on Plugins in the menu on the left and click on Add New. Next, simply enter WooCommerce in the Search Plugins field and hit Enter. Verify if the correct plugin is shown on top and click Install Now. Over time results will vary, but the WooCommerce plugin itself should always appear on top. Click on Activate Plugin. Note that in the shown screenshot, we’re installing .
Introduction to plugins ALTHOUGH WORDPRESS STARTED off as primarily a blogging tool, its open source nature soon led to it being used for a wider variety of sites. Now you can not only find your basic online diaries, fan sites and personal promotion pages but artist’s galleries, sites for businesses and high-profile individuals all using the software. Part of the reason for this diversity is the plug-in system. While the default WordPress installation has plenty .