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Fixing Extra Break Tags in Beaver Builder

By Tom Nguyen / August 22, 2016 /

Brad Iroff, a known WordPress web designer/developer in the Atlanta area who passed away earlier this year, pitched Beaver Builder to me in a Skype call. He had told me (Tom Nguyen) that Beaver Builder was a game changer for people that work with WordPress. I didn’t believe him. Our company had its go-to premium WordPress themes, but we started coding our own WordPress themes with the Bootstrap framework for our clients that wanted a custom web design solution. With the exception of the Divi theme from ElegantThemes, I wasn’t a believer in drag and drop WordPress content editors. I had no interest in using Beaver Builder, so Brad’s words went in one ear and went out the other.

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How to Pass Payment Transaction Fees to the Customer

By Tom Nguyen / June 13, 2016 /

We’ll show you how to pass the transaction fees to the customer and how to make this optional. This tutorial assumes that you know how to add fields in Gravity Forms and know how to set up Paypal/Stripe on there as well.

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Metro Atlanta Web Designer, Brad Iroff of Kickstand Creative

A Tribute to Brad Iroff

By Tom Nguyen / April 19, 2016 /

On April 10th, 2016, Brad Iroff, a reputable WordPress designer/developer in the Atlanta area, passed away at such a young age of only 36 years old. He died of a heart attack. Brad is survived by a wife, a daughter, and a second child on the way. My deepest sympathies go out to his family. No family should have to go through this.

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How to Unlock a Locked Gravity Form

By Tom Nguyen / March 7, 2016 /

If your WordPress website has at least two users who can access and edit the Gravity Forms section (usually administrators), then you may have seen the locked form message. When this message appears, you cannot edit that particular form. Learn 3 ways to unlock a Gravity Form.

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How to Pass Yelp’s Review Filter

By Tom Nguyen / January 26, 2016 /

If you are a business owner, and you don’t know about Yelp, then read my blog post on Yelp business pages to get yourself up to speed. If you do have Yelp page, then you know that they are strict on what reviews they consider legitimate. Yelp will not disclose any details of their review filter guidelines, so what I’m about to tell you is all theory, but my assumptions have been correct way more often than not.

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How to Update Hours of Operation on a Facebook Company Page on a Desktop and Mobile Device

How Can You Change the Hours of Operation on a Facebook Company Page?

By Tom Nguyen / January 5, 2016 /

Updating the hours of operation on Facebook isn’t so intuitive. We’ve been told that this blog post has been more helpful than Facebook’s page support. When we first published this blog post, you could only update the hours of operation from a computer. That’s not the case anymore.

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2 Recommended WordPress Photo Gallery Plugins

By Tom Nguyen / November 22, 2015 /

If I am putting together a WordPress website that needs a photo gallery that will be updated frequently, I use one of these two plugins.

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3 Must Have WordPress Plugins

By Tom Nguyen / October 12, 2015 /

I use these three WordPress plugins in every one of my clients websites. Yoast SEO is for exactly what it says it is for. Wordfence and BackupBuddy are for security.

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3 Kick-Ass WordPress Form Plugins

By Tom Nguyen / August 31, 2015 /

Many WordPress theme providers have their own contact forms, but these forms are limited in capability. Not only that, you are limited to the amount of form fields the theme provides. As great as the Divi WordPress theme is, their form is very basic. It only has three fields: name, email, and message. The same holds true…

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How to Create Clone(s) of Yourself in Photoshop

By Tom Nguyen / July 14, 2015 /

I used my iPhone 6 and a tripod to take two photos of myself and applied a layer mask to the top photo layer in Photoshop to achieve this effect. I made a video tutorial on this.

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