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Navigating PHP 8.1 Compatibility: A Case Study with One Click Demo Import Plugin

With the advent of PHP 8.1, WordPress developers are increasingly encountering new challenges due to stricter error handling and type enforcement. Today, I want to share a recent experience involving the One Click Demo Import plugin while preparing a theme for submission. This case study will provide insights into the nature of the compatibility issues and offer practical solutions for other developers facing similar situations.

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Aligned Images Spacing Issue under Mobile Screen

Aligned Images Spacing Issue under Mobile Screen

If you insert an aligned image (left or right) in your post or page content, it probably will look good under Large Screen resolutions (Desktop or Tablet screens). But under Mobile screens there could be an issue with reduced space for text around the image (screenshot above).

If you face such issue, you could check our suggestions how it can be resolved:

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Old Themes: Handling potential jQuery issues in WordPress 5.6

In you use an old premium theme (older than 1 year) and upgrade your WordPress to version 5.6 (or newer version), there could be some issues with JavaScript on your site (i.e. not working Slider).

The reason for that is the jQuery version upgrade in latest WordPress versions and stop jQuery Migrate helper script by default.

If you have such issue, here is how to resolve:

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How to Reduce Header Space in Twenty Twenty Theme

How to Reduce Header Space in Twenty Twenty Theme

Twenty Twenty is currently the default WordPress theme. It has more than 1 million active installations which probably makes it the most popular WordPress theme.

We use that theme in our plugins demo site. Recently, we found out that the header space is too large and we decided to reduce it’s top and bottom space. Here is how it can be done:

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How to Convert Old Posts to Gutenberg

After update to latest WordPress, you probably use the new built-in Editor (Gutenberg) which format the content into separate blocks (Paragraphs, Headings, Images, Read more, etc.)

Once you get used to with it (after writing two or three posts, you probably will become addicted to Gutenberg editor … and you won’t even want to use anymore the old (Classic) editor.

When you open an pre-existing post (created before the Gutenberg update), it will be opened with the old editor. So, here is how to convert it to Gutenberg:

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Twenty Nineteen Theme Review

Twenty Nineteen Theme Review

If you have updated to latest WordPress version (and you should have done that already), you probably have noticed there is a new default WordPress Theme: Twenty Nineteen.

I have played with the theme, reviewed its code and here you can check my thoughts about it and things that made a huge impression on me:

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Define Customizer Starter Content

Define Customizer Starter Content

Introduced with WordPress 4.7, starter content allows you to define a default content (such as widgets, customizer settings, menus and pages) which will be displayed when user opens Customizer (Admin Panel -> Left Menu -> Appearance -> Customize) of a newly installed WP sites.

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Issue with Beaver Builder Plugin

Issue with Beaver Builder Plugin

We have recently received a customer query about Beaver Builder plugin support with one of our themes – tMovies. We made the necessary investigation and found the reason for the issue:

1. Our themes rely on latest jquery/jquery.ui standard js libraries.

2. The plugin relies on old and deprecated jquery/jquery.ui js libraries.

The best solutio would the plugin to be updated to use latest jquery.ui library, but it’s not something we could do (it can be done only by plugin author).

In case you want to remain using the Beaver Builder, we can suggest the following theme update that you can apply to resolve the issue: Read More…