I see a lot of sites using Bootstrap and many of them use additional plugins to make their popups. This post walks you through making a plugin to add Bootstrap 4 popups to your WordPress site. You can grab a …
Best Reloaded – Bootstrap WordPress Theme
The theme should be currently running on this site.
You can download it from:
To demo the theme you can try to search in the navigation above,
or check out some of the latest posts at the bottom of the page.
The theme comes with a custom frontpage template used to create a unique layout for use as your sites frontpage. Each row can be toggled on or off individually via options in the customizer.
At the top of the frontpage there is space for an intro message. This message appears only on the frontpage.
The slider row contains a slider and a right side widget.
The slider can be configured to show any number of posts you choose and can include all categories or pull from a specific one. It also has an option to cap all items in the slider to a matching max size.
A widgets row is available on the frontpage and can handle widget width resize based on the number of widgets you add to the section. Widgets always appear in a single row so I suggest that in most cases 3-5 is best number to use here.
The posts row contains a left widget area and a slot on the right to output latest posts.
This will display the latest posts from all categories or from a specific category you select in the customizer. To prevent duplication it will exclude any posts already shown in the slider if that is used.
The Best Reloaded theme can be configured to use a left sidebar or a right sidebar by default. Page templates exist for left sidebar, right sidebar plus a full-width no sidebar option.
This is follow on to my adventures putting Docker containers into production. The previous article covered building WordPress containers for production. This article deals with how you would run multiple WordPress instances on a single host – by using a …
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