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How to make WordPress Menu links open in new tab

If you use WordPress for your website, you may want to have your Menu links open in new tab or window. Here is how to make your WordPress Menu links open in new tab/window. From WordPress Dashboard, click Appearance > Menu Open the Menu that you want to edit Click Screen Options at top of […]

How to add WooCommerce Cart link to WordPress menu

If you are using WooCommerce for an online store plugin for your WordPress site, you may want to add a link to the WooCommerce Cart to your WordPress menu. Just follow these steps below to add a Cart link to your WordPress menu that links to your WooCommerce Cart page. From WordPress Admin Menu, click […]

How to hide result count display in WooCommerce in WordPress

If you are using WooCommerce for an online store on your WordPress site, you may want to hide the result count “showing the single result” or however many products you display on your Shop page and other product archive pages. Just add this WordPress Code Snippet to your CSS stylesheet in your current WordPress theme […]

How to remove WordPress secondary sidebar in StudioPress Genesis

If you are using StudioPress Genesis, you may notice that a lot of the themes have a secondary sidebar that you might not be using and you may want to remove it from the available widgets. Just add this WordPress Code Snippet to the functions.php file in your current WordPress theme in order to unregister […]

How to change the width of something using CSS in WordPress

If you are using WordPress for your website, you may want to change the width of an element or item on your website. Just add this WordPress Code Snippet to your CSS stylesheet in your current WordPress theme in order to change the width of an item in WordPress. Just replace #yourdivname with whatever element, […]