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Create WordPress Demo for any Product with Demo Builder
Ultimate solution for building beautiful WordPress demonstarions of how your product works and providing trial back-end accounts of your themes and plugins. Best plugin for displaying the key benefits of your work via the personally crafted front-end presentations and access to back-end trials.


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Divi Extended Google Fonts

This plugin does a very simple job… it extends the number of Google Fonts offered by Divi significantly. There’s no setup process.. simply activate the plugin and when you customise the site via the ‘Divi theme customizer’, Theme options panel or any Divi Builder font selection list you’ll see not 50 fonts there but over 700!


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How to add sovial logos to divi heafer and footer

Hi All! Hoping this can help a few of you newer folks out. This is the “hack” I use to easily add Instagram, Youtube, Pinterest and other social networks logo to my top and bottom bar without adding code and being able to keep all the options in the Divi General Options area.

Hope it helps!


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NASA Image and Video Library

No matter if you enjoy taking or just watching images of space, NASA has a treat for you. They have made their entire collection of images, sounds, and video available and publicly searchable online. It’s 140,000 photos and other resources available for you to see, or even download and use it any way you like.


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Website Security for Non-Techies

Never Lose The Time, Hard Work, Money and Sacrifice You Invested to Build Your Website – Just Because You Overlooked to Secure Your Website!
Website Security Can Be Done Even By a Non-Techie Like You


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10 Dropdown Animations for Divi Submenu – Divi Tutorials Directory

Divi theme has some cool dropdown animations built in and you can easily select the desired one in the Customizer settings but I would like to expand this list of dropdown animations by sharing with you 10 more effects. I have been experimenting with menu animations and found some really cool ones. They are based on pure CSS and work well with Divi after I made some CSS code adjustments. The only problem is that the “backwards” animation does not work due to the fact that Divi adds et-dropdown-removing CSS class to the dropdown menu on mouse leave which hides dropdown menu by applying display:none; rule which is not animatable, hence the submenu disappears immediately. Anyway, the animations look nice, feel free to check out the original demo here and the demo for Divi by clicking the demo button below. If you like what you see then continue reading the implementation instructions.


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The Ultimate Guide to Using Images within Divi

Divi makes adding images to your website easy. The challenge for some however, is knowing the correct image sizes to use in each instance. There is no standard “perfect” size for all websites because each website is different. But, there are some things you as a web designer can do to make sure your images are a good fit for your Divi site. Which is where this post comes in!

In this article I’m going to take the guess work out of using images within Divi and teach you how to find (or create) the perfect size images for your Divi website, every time.


change browser tab title when tab not active

Learn how to change browser tab title when tab not active. It’s quick and simple, but it helps your Divi site stand out from the crowd. One day I was browsing the web looking for WordPress tutorials. I always leave lots (20+) tabs open trying to find the answer I’m looking for. One website called my attention. Sadly, I don’t remember the website URL. When the page tab wasn’t active in my browser the title changed to something like “We miss you, come back“.

How does it work

Switch between tabs in your browser and leave this page open. Check that the title changes from the name f this blog post to something like “Miss You ”.

If ever crossed your mind doing something like this in your blog or Divi project, this tutorial is for you


Maintaining your Divi Web Design Business and How to Keep Clients Coming Back | Elegant Themes Blog

Welcome to part 4 of 5 of our Divi mini series How to Become a Successful Divi Web Designer. In this series, we’re showing you a proven path that you can take from learning to build websites to becoming a professional web designer. We’ll provide you with actionable steps that you can apply no matter if you’re just starting out or if you’re already an established web designer wanting to go to the next level.


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! Tablo – A New Home for Publishing

We believe that everyone should be able to share their story. Tablo is a place where you can publish your writing, connect with a global audience of readers, and find new opportunities for your work.


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See admin changes on your WordPress site with Simple History

The easiest way to catch admin changes

Simple History is a WordPress plugin that keeps track of the changes the admin users on you site make –
like what pages do they edit (and what changes did they make), what plugins do they install, what images do they upload, and so on.

Simple History is pretty much the number one essential tool for WordPress sites with multiple admins, authors, editors, or basically any other kind of user.


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8 Essential Web Development Cheat Sheets

The evolution of web development has been accompanied by a wealth of documentation. Yet, this virtual smorgasbord of fonts, developer languages, and methodologies (to name a few) can be overwhelming. Here are eight essential cheat sheets that will make your life easier when developing your next website, with two new ones for 2016.


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Mouse Jiggler – Home

Useful for avoiding screensavers or other things triggered by idle detection that, for whatever reason, you can’t turn off any other way; or as a quick way to stop a screensaver activating during an installation or when monitoring a long operation without actually having to muck about with the screensaver settings


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! Change the breakpoint for mobile nav

Change the breakpoint for when the mobile nav kicks in, like this:

@media only screen and ( max-width:1280px ) {

#et_mobile_nav_menu { display:block; }
#top-menu-nav { display:none; }

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Facebook feed plugins for wordpress

I collected these that people praised a lot, check them out and see how they go:










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Woo Commerce 3.0 and Woo Layout Injector

The Woo Commerce 3.0 update just happened, and there are a few things to consider before updating. So I thought I would take this time to not only cover the basics of the update, but cover both Woo Commerce 3.0 and Woo Layout Injector.

If you decide to download this layout to the article, you will need Woo Commerce (and it’s FREE!), and if you want the products to look like the “Injected” versions, you will need to go out and get Woo Layout Injector, I will explain why you should consider offering stores & shops.


8 Plugins to Help Supercharge Your WordPress Media Library | Elegant Themes Blog

The WordPress Media Library is a baked-in element that offers basic media file management for your website. While its feature set is generally sufficient for the average user, for media-heavy sites its limitations become increasingly apparent. For example, you could struggle to find previously uploaded images, find that unoptimized media is causing strain on your server, or even find your site’s speed suffers as a result of a bloated media library.

In this post, we’ve rounded up eight plugins that will make your life easier when using the WordPress Media Library. Let’s get started!


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How to fix a broken photo gallery and lightbox after WooCommerce 3.0 upgrade – Create and Code

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If you’re experiencing a broken photo gallery and your lightbox has gone missing after upgrading to WooCommerce 3.0 you’re not alone. Read on to find out how to fix it.

Help my WooCommerce lightbox is no longer working!

Prior to upgrading to WooCommerce 3.0, you used to have an option in WooCommerce -> Settings -> Products -> Display that looked like this.


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!Google Analytics Dashboard for WP — WordPress Plugins

This Google Analytics for WordPress plugin enables you to track your site using the latest Google Analytics tracking code and allows you to view key Google Analytics stats in your WordPress install.

In addition to a set of general Google Analytics stats, in-depth Page reports and in-depth Post reports allow further segmentation of your analytics data, providing performance details for each post or page from your website.

The Google Analytics tracking code is fully customizable through options and hooks, allowing advanced data collection using custom dimensions and events.

= Google Analytics Real-Time Stats=


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Divi is Mobile – Divi Mobile Menu | Awesome Themes

Have you ever wanted to display a completely different menu to your mobile visitors?

Now you can! With Divi_is_mobile, you can easily and seamlessly display different menu items to your mobile visitors.

Divi_is_mobile targets all 5 of the different header options within Divi so no matter if you are using the default, slide-in, full-screen, or the centered-inline menu, this plugin will seamlessly show a completely different set of Menu items (that you choose of course) to your mobile visitors


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How To Customize The WordPress Read More Link Text | Elegant Themes Blog

If you have your WordPress site setup to display posts as excerpts, chances are that a set amount of text will display followed by a link commonly known as the “Read More” link.

The purpose of this link is to offer the user a quick excerpt of the post so they can quickly navigate through all of your recent posts on your blog. Doing this offers more choices for your users thus providing a richer experience.


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Behind the famous ‘36 questions that lead to love’ – Hack – triple j


We’re always told love is complex. Love is blind. Love hurts. Love will happen when you least expect it.

But what if falling in love is actually a recipe – where all you need is one partner, three dozen questions, and four uninterrupted minutes of looking deeply into each other’s eyes?

Arthur Aron, professor of psychology at the State University of New York, is now famous for developing 36 questions that bring people closer together – most recently brought into the limelight by an iconic New York Times Modern Love column.

Some of the questions are pretty innocuous; others confronting.

Completed all at once, they can be a shortcut to intimacy in an hour.

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How the questions came about

In 1967, Arthur Aron found two profound things: love, and the basis of his life’s work.

“When I was in graduate school, in social psychology, the culture back then was to look for a topic that people don’t think can be studied scientifically – and do it,” Arthur Aron told Hack.

“I fell deeply in love with Elaine Aron, my long term partner and collaborator. I looked around and there was almost no research on love. So I said, ‘there’s my topic’.”

Thirty years later, the Arons published the results of their study’s “closeness-generating procedure”, or what we now know as the 36 questions that lead to love.

“The idea was that we wanted to study what goes on with closeness, how does it affect your hormones, your brain, your behaviour,” Dr Aron explains.

The questions ended up having a knack not only for generating closeness between strangers, but making them fall in love.

“The very first couple that pilot tested the questions were research assistants in our lab involved in some other research, they didn’t know what this was about.

They actually fell in love and got married, and invited the rest of the lab to their wedding.”

Why the questions bring people together

The questions are divided into three sections (read them at the end of this article), which gradually become more and more intense.

One of the first questions asks if you’d like to famous; one of the last asks which death in your family you would find most disturbing.

“One of the main things [about these questions] is self-disclosure. Revealing things about yourself, and going both ways, and it has to be gradual,” Dr Aron says.

“If you say too much too fast, it puts the person off. But if you start with something that’s not too personal and then gradually move to personal, both are comfortable and it develops a great deal of closeness. We have a few questions in there that are things like, ‘name some things you’ve noticed about the other person that you like,’ or ‘name some things that you have in common with the other person.’


Arthur and Elaine Aron working together in their younger years.

“Turns out that actually being similar doesn’t matter very much, but believing you’re similar matters a huge amount. And if the information matches your own information, especially with attitudes, you’re more likely to like them and want to get to know them.”

There’s been a lot of hype around the 36 questions: the New York Times column, threads on Reddit gushing about its success, apps, Youtube experiments and articles galore.

But do the questions bring people closer together, and keep them close? Or is it temporary?

“There’s been not much study of long term impact, most of our studies have looked at the effect in the lab. After doing this procedure, an hour later people report being very close to the other person, but what that would be six months later, we don’t know,” Professor Aron says.

“The one place where it has been looked at with a little bit bigger and longer term effects, is with pairs of married couples. The not only get closer to the married couple, but they get closer and increase the passionate love for their own partner.”

What about unrequited love?

Falling in love is the best thing about romance, Dr Aron says; getting rejected is the worst.

“What we know is that [unrequited love] is very common. Almost everyone has experienced it once in their life. Typically it happens where the person is appropriate for you, and you have misinterpreted something they did initially as indicating they make like you,” Dr Aron says.

“How you react depends on what we call attachment style which comes from how you were raised. If you were raised in a way with parents that were very unavailable or difficult or even abusive, you may be what we call ‘avoidant’. Avoidants actually have the best experience with unrequited love, because they’re not really looking for a relationship.

“Then there’s what we call ‘ambivalents’, and these are people who were raised with parents who were inconsistent – sometimes very there and sometimes not very there. Ambivalents tend to be really attracted to people, but don’t believe they’ll be attracted back, and they’re the ones who suffer the most.

“Then there are the majority of people who are called ‘secures’, who had reasonably okay upbringings, and for them it’s not as common to have intense unrequited love, and usually when they do it it’s through a mistake and understanding of the other’s response.

When people are rejected, of course it’s very hard on them. But it does get better over time. That’s hard to tell people, they don’t want to hear it – but in fact it does.”

The secret to a long, loving relationship

Arthur Aron has spent his life studying love, and he’s been with his wife Elaine for fifty years. So what’s the secret?

Dr Aron says that there’s four major things that can put strain on a relationship and make it worse: poor mental health in either partner, a life-changing stress like the death of a child, poor quality of friends or family around you, and poor communication skills.

Keeping those things in balance as best you can will strengthen a relationship, Dr Aron says, and there’s also a few things that can go a step further.

“One of the biggest is doing exciting, challenging, novel things with your partner on a fairly regular basis. Turns out that’s really impactful on increasing the passionate love and maintaining it and rekindling it.

“Another one that’s very easy for couples to do is called capitalisation. It’s important of course to support your partner when things go badly, but it’s important in terms of making things good in your relationship, to celebrate their successes.”

Try out the 36 questions with a partner or stranger below. Did you have a surprising result? Email us: hack@abc.net.au.

The 36 questions

Set I

1. Given the choice of anyone in the world, whom would you want as a dinner guest?

2. Would you like to be famous? In what way?

3. Before making a telephone call, do you ever rehearse what you are going to say? Why?

4. What would constitute a “perfect” day for you?

5. When did you last sing to yourself? To someone else?

6. If you were able to live to the age of 90 and retain either the mind or body of a 30-year-old for the last 60 years of your life, which would you want?

7. Do you have a secret hunch about how you will die?

8. Name three things you and your partner appear to have in common.

9. For what in your life do you feel most grateful?

10. If you could change anything about the way you were raised, what would it be?

11. Take four minutes and tell your partner your life story in as much detail as possible.

12. If you could wake up tomorrow having gained any one quality or ability, what would it be?

Set II

13. If a crystal ball could tell you the truth about yourself, your life, the future or anything else, what would you want to know?

14. Is there something that you’ve dreamed of doing for a long time? Why haven’t you done it?

15. What is the greatest accomplishment of your life?

16. What do you value most in a friendship?

17. What is your most treasured memory?

18. What is your most terrible memory?

19. If you knew that in one year you would die suddenly, would you change anything about the way you are now living? Why?

20. What does friendship mean to you?

21. What roles do love and affection play in your life?

22. Alternate sharing something you consider a positive characteristic of your partner. Share a total of five items.

23. How close and warm is your family? Do you feel your childhood was happier than most other people’s?

24. How do you feel about your relationship with your mother?


25. Make three true “we” statements each. For instance, “We are both in this room feeling …”

26. Complete this sentence: “I wish I had someone with whom I could share … “

27. If you were going to become a close friend with your partner, please share what would be important for him or her to know.

28. Tell your partner what you like about them; be very honest this time, saying things that you might not say to someone you’ve just met.

29. Share with your partner an embarrassing moment in your life.

30. When did you last cry in front of another person? By yourself?

31. Tell your partner something that you like about them already.

32. What, if anything, is too serious to be joked about?

33. If you were to die this evening with no opportunity to communicate with anyone, what would you most regret not having told someone? Why haven’t you told them yet?

34. Your house, containing everything you own, catches fire. After saving your loved ones and pets, you have time to safely make a final dash to save any one item. What would it be? Why?

35. Of all the people in your family, whose death would you find most disturbing? Why?

36. Share a personal problem and ask your partner’s advice on how he or she might handle it. Also, ask your partner to reflect back to you how you seem to be feeling about the problem you have chosen.

Final task / suggestion: Stare into each other’s eyes for four minutes.

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Where in the World is Jane?

May 2017
Travel / Blogging in Xinjiang, NW China

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Urumqi, Turpan, Korla, Kuqa, Aksu, Kashgar, Tashkurgan.

Hiking in Wakayama, Japan - Kumano Kodo pilgrimmage trail

July - November 2017
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December 2017
South Korea - family visits
Chiang Mai - study

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