If you are an affiliate of a product that doesn’t pay much but you want to offer it to your audience because it is beneficial to them, the last thing you want to do is have that affiliate link open in the same tab/window whereby making your audience leave your site. It’s not worth the loss if time-on-site metrics for such low payouts. But if you are using a banner that is in an iFrame, it’s not just a matter of adding target=”_blank” to the hyperlink’s code. It’s a little different but equally as easy.
If you want to add Font Awesome’s external stylesheet to your head section sitewide in wordpress, add the following code to your child theme’s functions.php file…
If you do an internet search for “nulled scripts”, “nulled themes”, nulled plugins” or “nulled [insert name of theme, plugin or other script here]”, you’ll find a plethora of websites that are repositories for nulled scripts. But you are putting your website, web server and your site visitors’ data in jeopardy if you install any of these on your website site. I just found out the hard way (on purpose).
People change the names of WordPress default folder names for various reason. The main one is because it is believed that it makes their WordPress website more secure from hackers and malicious bots and probably the second-most popular reason is, well, just because…(some people just have to customize everything…lol). In this article, you’ll find out how to change the default name of the WordPress plugins folder from “plugins” to whatever you want.
By default, the Buy Button text for external/affiliate products shows “Buy product” on Woocommerce product pages and on search/archive pages, which is kind of dull and drab. And if your Woocommerce store is strictly all external products (meaning the buy button goes to an affiliate vendor), then you might want to change that programmatically. This article will show you how. It’s very easy top do.