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Standing desks - anyone use one?

Started by Jen McDonough "The Iron Jen". Last reply by Jen McDonough "The Iron Jen" Jun 20. 6 Replies

Any recommendations for good standing desks? I posted this in the Speak It Forward group as well, but figure this group probably does quite a bit of desk work as well and might know of some good…Continue

What's your biggest struggle with your website?

Started by Jeff Long. Last reply by John Burge Jun 6. 15 Replies

What do you struggle most with maintaining your website? Is it getting it up and looking good, writing continual content or something else? Perhaps there's a way we can all help encourage each other…Continue

Theme Suggestions

Started by Holly Scherer. Last reply by Holly Scherer May 1. 6 Replies

I'm looking to change my theme on my wordpress blog - www.kairosive.net. What I so carefully selected 7 months ago isn't working for me. I would like something…Continue

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Selling artwork - plugin or external site?

Started by Steve Dallape. Last reply by Steve Dallape Apr 26. 6 Replies

Hello, all - I am a new member of the 48 Days community, and thrilled to have all of these excellent resources at my disposal.I am a graphic designer and photographer, who would like to begin selling…Continue

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Comment by Terri Sullivant on May 3, 2016 at 5:59pm

i'm just joining this group today - I have lots of questions for everyone! I have a Wordpress website and blog and am needing to update everything! I will ask lots of specific questions for sure - just wanted to say "Hi" today. 

Comment by David Price on April 14, 2016 at 7:34pm

Hi Everyone.   I know this question has been asked a lot before, but from you all's experience what Premium Wordpress theme do you recommend?  I have tried some free ones and you know you get what you pay for.   I want a main static home page but within that static home page I want to post my latest blog post, and what pluggins do I need to install to make this happen?   Thanks.

Comment by Debbie Jones on March 12, 2016 at 6:00am

I am new to this Wordpress Group - and I love reading the questions and suggestions.  This is one of the most responsive, directly helpful groups I have been in.  

Thanks everyone for really trying to help.  I am not Wordpress or Tech savvy, but am trying to learn and grow too.  

Thanks - I really need your help & support & encouragement!

Debbie 

Comment by Michael Blaes on March 9, 2016 at 7:21pm

It really depends on which merchant processor you use.  For example, we use paypal on our sites and they host our secure pages. If you are just getting started with it I'd suggest them  easy to setup and you get your money pretty quickly and if you go with the paypal standard there are no monthly fees

Comment by Lanese Slagle on March 9, 2016 at 7:15pm

Any advice on PCI and SSL on a Wordpress site? I am wanting people to be able to purchase things from my website but am a nervous wreck about not being in compliance with PCI. Any help or direction would be greatly appreciated.

Comment by Lindsey Jaeger on March 3, 2016 at 3:59am

I'm trying to add an embedded SUBSCRIBE NOW form from Mailchimp on my Wordpress site. In the preview of the page, the text appears, but the form fields are missing. What gives? Have any of you had this problem before? I've tried disabling the javascript like Mailchimp suggested and this didn't work. Thank you in advance for any suggestions.

Comment by Joe Santucci on February 26, 2016 at 4:45am

Eva, Will and Camden: Thanks again for all of your insight. Yesterday afternoon before heading into work I changed my theme. Now as you see you can click to leave a comment on the blog page. I have to be honest, I like the original theme much better. I don't know if that is the design of Accent, but if there is a way to add comment to that design I would prefer it. Will I was not using a plug in, just the comments in WP...any thoughts?

Blessings,

Joe

Comment by Camden Ross on February 25, 2016 at 5:01pm

Joe,

It appears as though your theme does not include comments on the homepage or blog-roll.

Taking a brief look at your site, if you click into your post itself (by clicking the post title), your comment area shows up fine.

There likely is a way to get commenting turned on for your homepage/blogroll, but I would have to research it as it is not something I have done yet ... though I will be doing something similar later this year on an upcoming project.

Hope this helps point you in the right direction.

~Cam

Comment by Will Ratliff on February 25, 2016 at 1:16pm

Joe - 

Are you trying to use a comment plug-in or just the comments on WP? You might try adding a comment plug-in like Disqus just to see if that would work.

It could be several things: a setting on your theme, your theme not liking the comments code and conflicting, Is it a theme from WP or did you buy it somewhere? Not all themes are created equal, I'm afraid.

I'd be happy to hop on Skype sometime and try to help figure it out but couldn't do that until the weekend. But, let me know. I'd be happy to help (sometimes it's easier to actually see it - at least for me anyway!) 

Good luck, brother! I know those things can be frustrating. 

Comment by Joe Santucci on February 25, 2016 at 7:16am

Will it is checked. The crazy part is when I am in the dashboard and view the updated blog from there the comment box is present...then when you view the blog from outside the dashboard it is not. Comments are now showing on the testimonies page...I was thinking about the post and re-adding it with all the correct boxes checked...any thoughts?

 
 
 

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