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 →
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 →
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 →
All About Your Site’s Home Page Your Home Page is the one that is displayed when a visitor enters the address of your WordPress Site. Commonly, your blog will serve as the home page, and WordPress will automatically add a … Continue reading →
Weaver Xtreme Includes many different Widget Areas which are found in Appearance > Widgets.
This Tutorial explains the various methods available to create Responsive and Adaptive Layouts for multiple widgets inside these Widget Areas.
After reading about Widget Areas in this article, make sure to also read the Article on the X-Plus Flex Columns Widget tool below.
Weaver Themes incorporate several HTML Insertion Areas. Using Custom Fields you can use these HTML Insertion Areas on individual pages or posts.
This tutorial will take you though the process of creating such Custom Fields.
Using your browser developer tools or code validation tools, can help you identify issues, but it can also help you create advanced customizations to the Weaver themes.
This Tutorial will give you the basic principles on how to use these tools to figure out Custom CSS rules for your site, as well as find potential errors in your content.