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 →
This tutorial explains how to display buttons allowing users to move directly to the bottom or to the top of the site.Continue reading →
One fairly common request we get is the ability to set a Custom Header Image on a per Category or per Tag basis when a Category or Tag archive page is displayed. Weaver Xtreme will support a variety of custom … Continue reading →
Thanks for your interest in the Weaver Xtreme Plus plugin, which adds over 100 new features to Weaver Xtreme. This page has the instructions for installing, activating the plugin, and finally, activating the license key. Install and Activate Weaver Xtreme … Continue reading →
Once you’ve gotten Weaver Xtreme Plus loaded and installed for the first time, you will be able to return to the Weaver Xtreme Plus site (Shop.WeaverTheme.com) to monitor your license, and re-download the plugin’s .zip file if need be. Normally the … Continue reading →
If you are using the Legacy Weaver Xtreme Admin Interface and receive the message when you click Save Settings WARNING – Your current settings have not been saved! Your previous settings are intact. it means that you will need to … Continue reading →
The Weaver Xtreme Plus plugins allows you to add “Mega-Menu” elements to your custom menus. The content of the Mega Menu can be arbitrary HTML, including links, images, and even shortcodes. Because the MegaMenu content is wrapped by a standard Menu, … 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 →