Sometimes it is easiest to manually update a theme or plugin. These directions apply to any theme or plugin, but specifically apply to any Weaver Xtreme theme or plugin. Download the theme or plugin you want to update to your … Continue reading →
Weaver Xtreme is compatible with most WordPress plugin. However, this post will try to list known incompatible plugins, or incompatible features. Optimization Plugins We have put extensive effort into making Weaver Xtreme as efficient as possible. This includes CSS code … Continue reading →
Starting with Weaver Xtreme Plus Version 3.1, you can specify an alternate subtheme on a Per Page basis. This allows you to have some pages of your site have a completely different look than other pages. Creating settings file for … Continue reading →
Weaver Xtreme automatically adds a link from a page’s Featured Image to a large or view of the Featured Image. If a post is displayed as an excerpt, the Featured Image links to the single view of the post. If the … Continue reading →
Caching Explained Do you sometimes have problems when your Weaver Xtreme or other plugin settings won’t show up after you save them? As explained in other articles, this is very commonly caused by caching issues. Caching is a process that tries … Continue reading →
This tutorial explains how to display buttons allowing users to move directly to the bottom or to the top of the site.Continue reading →
The Weaver Xtreme free version (Version 3.1 or later) of the theme allows you to add a Video either in the Header Area or as a Background Parallax image on the Front Page only. Demo Page of Header Video as … Continue reading →
With version 3, Weaver added a Flex Columns widget in the “Plus” Plugin, which allows you to define a flexible layout of columns / boxes within a single widget.
This new widget is based on a small CSS jewel called Flexbox. Flexbox has a number of very interesting features, making it easy to create arrays of responsive and flexible boxes.
This tutorial will take you through the existing options of this new Widget, as well as give you tips on how to use simple Flexbox CSS rules to customize it even further, or combine it with other tools to make it even more powerful.Continue reading →