Are you having an issue on images file name updating to its current year? In this guide, I will reveal the trick on how to fix the media file when importing items of your custom post fields using WP All Imports and WP All Exports Plugin.
Choosing a modal way of creating a popup on your Divi might be the perfect fit if you don’t want to get in trouble with plugin compatibility. In this Divi 01 tutorial, I’m going to walk you through how to create a perfect modal for your Extra and Divi website.
Modal Popup Demo:
Things We Need in Creating A Modal
Simply add a classed for your row and section to serve as your popup container and popup box.
In my case, I added a class name pricing_table on my code module and pricing_background for section module.
Don’t forget to add a class name on your button to trigger the modal when click.
Let’s get our hands dirty!
Divi Integration Options
Make sure to add opening and closing script when you add it on Divi > Theme Options > Integration > you can add the code below either in body or head section. By the way, please remove the extra space in the beginner opening and closing <script> below.
In this guide, Bookworm Head will walk you through the most common troubleshoot you can do to fix the loading issue with Divi.
1.Plugin Conflicts with Divi
Some of the plugins can trigger the loading issue. Mostly, these are poor plugins that haven’t updated for years or it’s just not compatible with Divi. In this case, try to disable the plugins temporary to isolate what’s causing the issue.
If the problem solved after that, then you will need to find which plugin is conflicting, simply enable it one by one. If the problem occurs again when activating a specific plugin, then you need to keep that disable.
If you have WordFence and you confirmed that this causing the issue then simply set the Firewall to Learning Mode instead of Enabled and Protected
2. Divi Cache Stucked In CSS File Generation
Also, don’t forget to clear your CSS file generation. Simply go to WordPress dashboard > Divi> Theme Options > Builder > Advanced > Clear or disable the css file generation.
4. PHP Directive Limit and Outdated PHP version
Old version of PHP is unsecured and since Elegant Themes keeps their theme up to date to WordPress best practices, you need to keep your site as well.
How to update my PHP
As an example, I will use Siteground since this is my hosting site.
How to change the php directive values. The effective ways I recommend so far is putting the recommended values below to your .httaccess. This is a hidden file so make sure that you’ve enabled your FTP client to view hidden files, then open up the file labeled “.htaccess” to edit. At the bottom of the file, paste in this code:
5. Harmful custom jQuery on the <head> section or CSS on the Divi Theme Customizer
To access the <head> section, go to Divi > Theme Options > Integration
To access the <head> section, go to Divi > Theme Customizer > Custom CSS
Outdated WordPress/Theme version or Poor child theme
If you still haven’t fixed the error after the above recommended, open your WordPress dashboard in Incognito > right click and inspect the elements, if you found any error in the console then there might be something wrong in the WordPress or Theme installation. If that happens, you will need to reinstall your WordPress or Theme.
How to reinstall your Divi website?
Option 1: Manually update the Divi theme to latest version
You can manually update the Divi by going to File manager, kindly check the tutorial below for more info.
Option 2: Temporary Switch Divi to Twenty Seventeen
Activate any default theme like Twenty Seventeen then delete the current installed Divi theme. Lastly, go to members area > download the Divi.zip and re-upload it to your WordPress dashboard > Themes > Add New
Make sure you backup your custom CSS and jQuery if you have some. Simply put it on the notepad++ so you can re-add it after reinstallation is finished.
How to reinstall the core WordPress files?
1. Go to WordPress.org and download the latest version of Divi. Unzip the file.
2. Open your root directory using FTP and replace all the files except your wp-content folder and wp-config.php
Warning: Always backup your website when doing the reinstallation.
Doing extra customization on your website is pretty common especially if the chosen theme doesn’t support the style and functionality that you want. But most amateur website designers missed this portion which may result in losing all the extra codes every time there’s a new update on your theme. Of course, that’s not everyone’s cup of tea. It’s a waste of time, effort, and money. To avoid this, you need to make sure the parent theme is carrying a WordPress child theme version.
What is WordPress Child Theme?
A child theme is a theme that inherits the functionality and styling of another theme, called the parenttheme. Child themes are the recommended way of modifying an existing theme – WordPress Codex
1. Create a folder under wp-content/themes
Like any theme, child themes are located in wp-content/themes in your WordPress installation. So, navigate there and create a new folder for your child theme.
A best practice is to give your theme’s folder the same name as the parent theme followed with -child phrase. Now, because we’re using the Divi theme, we will call our folder divi-child.
Upload your screenshot.png in the child theme folder, this will serve as preview under appearance > Themes
Create a blank functions.php using atom then upload in the folder you have created
Create a styles.css then write the following code below. You can modify the text field according to your preferred information. Child Theme Syntax:
Theme Name: Level Up Child
Theme URI: http://bookwormhead.com
Description: This is a child theme of Angelic site
Author: Angelic Sanoy
Author URI: http://bookwormhead.com
Lastly, go back to Appearance – Themes and press the activate button.