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What are the URLs of default Woocommerce pages?


The popular ecommerce plugin for WordPress, Woocommerce, creates four default pages on your site. I recently needed to know these URLs in order to block Google Ads from being served on my Woocommerce shop pages. It took a few minutes to figure out what pages I needed to add to the Google Ad Exclude list, so I created this list to help someone else in the same situation. To note, I also excluded...

Fixing Mobile Usability Issues detected from Google Search Console


There are several helpful tools for testing and fixing mobility issues on your webpage found by Google Search Console. Google Search ConsoleBing Mobile Friendliness ToolGoogle Developer Tool Bar Error: Text too small to read The goal here is to make sure that on mobile devices, your text is legible and readable without having to pinch and increase the size. From your body or HTML tag, you can...

How to add a WordPress code snippet to your header and footer


Inserting a script or piece of code, known as a WordPress code snippet, into the header or footer of your website is a very common request. A WordPress code snippet is a piece of PHP code that you add to your WordPress site to extend the functionality of your site. Many third-party services such as Google, Facebook, and Pinterest ask you to add tracking scripts to your header or footer. You may...

Common SCAM and SPAM Emails


Questionable SPAM emails, contact form submissions, and even unsolicited snail mail letters are often sent to me by my web design clients. I appreciate that my clients see me as a digital expert and reach out to me directly, even for SPAM email questions, however, I also can’t help but think they could easily find out the answer to these questions themselves with a single Google search...

Alpine.js < template > and x-if or x-if ! (not)


How to use x-if and x-if “not” syntax in Alpine.js I was recently working on a file where I wanted to use an if statement and an if not statement. This is the Alpine.js syntax that worked for me. To note, Alpine.js docs state that “x-if must be declared on a <template> tag.”  My code snippet below was used for a form on a website that uses...

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