I knew this Gravity Forms code would come in handy sometime. Mostly, I’m writing it down for my own reference material, so I can Google it later. So, this is some code I wrote in late-2016 for a custom theme project where I had to style Gravity Forms radio buttons to have different color “bullets” […]
Getting different web browsers to show the same element the same way can be tricky, especially when it comes to form inputs. One of the most finicky HTML elements to style consistently across different browsers is the select element. Here are some tips for styling the select element to make it look the same from […]
Over the last couple of posts, we’ve talked about why having an email list is important and how to start building a list for free with MailChimp. Today, I’d like to show you a couple of plugins that will help you integrate MailChimp with WordPress, and potentially add even more subscribers to your list.
The #1 mistake I see businesses making is not building an email list. Many businesses focus on Google AdWords or Facebook Ads, which cost money and don’t convert as well as an email list which you can start building for free. A 2013 study by Monetate’s E-Commerce Quarterly showed that email marketing converted 4.5 times […]
Contact Form 7 is a common plugin used on WordPress websites. It works great for simple contact forms. But recently, I noticed many Contact Form 7 emails going to spam in Gmail. I figured out how to fix this in my situation. Here’s a few troubleshooting tips to try when you’re debugging this problem. “From” […]
For most websites, getting users to the contact page is a primary mission. Building a Contact page in WordPress with the Contact Form 7 plugin makes that process easy. Contact Form 7 is the most popular contact form plugin on the WordPress plugin repository, with over 5 million active installations. Today I will show you […]