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How to quickly increase the All-in-One WP Migration plugin upload limit

Update 11/09/2018 For the instructions outlined in this tutorial to work, you must use version 6.77 or earlier of the All-in-one WP Migration Plugin. You can download version 6.77 here, all-in-one-wp-migration.6.77 In the constants file… /wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-wp-migration/constants.php Find this… // ================= // = Max File Size = // ================= define( ‘AI1WM_MAX_FILE_SIZE’, 2 << 28 ); and replace …

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Paid Membership Pro – Styling the Checkout Page

I use Avada Theme to design my website and Fusion Builder for page design. I place all my custom css for style Paid Membership Pro Member Checkout form in Fusion Builder custom css section (see the image below). form.pmpro_form > div{ margin: 30px 0; } #pmpro_form .pmpro_checkout h3{ display: block; font-size: 32px; color: #fff; background: …

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How to change revolution slider background color opacity

How to change revolution slider background color opacity

.rev_slider .slotholder:after { width: 100%; height: 100%; content: “”; position: absolute; left: 0; top: 0; pointer-events: none; background: rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.5); } Can do the same for section background image, just need to add a class to the container and put the .classname in place of .rev_slider .slotholder

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Divi – Remove the divider line between content and sidebar

By default the Divi Theme displays a dividing line between the main content and the sidebar. It’s possible to remove this dividing line using CSS. Note that there are two cases in which a dividing line may occur (either on a standard sidebar, or on a sidebar module). Remove divider line between content and sidebar …

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How to Style Your Divi Blog Page into Two-Column Grid Layout

How to Style Your Divi Blog Page into Two-Column Grid Layout

Add a Standard Section and insert a fullwidth column. Click to edit the Section Settings and, under General Settings, change the following: Under Custom CSS add the following: CSS Class: tr_two_col   Save & Exit Implementing the Two-Column Grid Layout By default, the blog grid has a three-columnn grid layout. To change this to a …

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