How to hide WooCommerce category from the shop page

WooCommerce is a fantastic ecommerce plugin that lets you turn any WordPress website into an online shop. You can create multiple categories for your products, and all of these products, regardless of their category, are listed on the shop page (www.yoursite.com/shop/). Many shop owners want the ability to hide certain products from the shop page… Continue reading How to hide WooCommerce category from the shop page

autoprefixer

I highly recommended running your CSS through this auto prefixer.  https://autoprefixer.github.io/

Standard plugins for maintenance of wp site

These are the plugins I add to all new installations. Allows for easy secuity, seo, caching, custom post types and fields, and also ability to customise wp-admin menu. With managewp as well, I can maintain any site with automated backups too. WordFence Yoast SEO Hummingbird Custom Post Types UI ACF Admin Menu Editor

no style

Personal note. My main business website is looking bland and uninspiring. I’ve focused too much on what I think people want to see and read locally, that I’ve done nothing to inspire anyone or stand out from my competitors.

Microdata

Structured data within HTML. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Microdata http://schema.org/docs/gs.html  

Things plugins do that annoy me

Ask for feedback when you deactivate Use graphics that don’t mesh with the dashboard ui Create lots of ‘notifications’ at the top of the dashboard Spelling mistakes Difficult to find settings Poorly documented /rant

Toolset Types plugin alternative

Alternative to Toolset Types.  Lightweight, easy to use. I recommend combining with ACF as replacement for Toolset Types. Custom Post Type UI

Flexbox vs Grid

I am undecided but currently use flexbox. https://hackernoon.com/the-ultimate-css-battle-grid-vs-flexbox-d40da0449faf https://css-tricks.com/css-grid-replace-flexbox/ https://tutorialzine.com/2017/03/css-grid-vs-flexbox (features a great line “There is no reason to use only CSS grids or only flexbox. Learn both and use them together.”)

100% height of screen minus height of header

Technique to get scrollable nav for menu which is 100 vertical-height minus the height of <header> nav { height:calc(100vh – 100px); /* where header is 100px */ } nav will likely be position:fixed; top:100px; right:0;