How to add a Divi Builder item to a theme via code

Alright, so here’s how to do a cool thing! More specifically – here’s how to add any Divi library item to your code! You might have run into this problem… you have a Divi library item (a Divi Builder item) and you wnat to place it somewhere that Divi Builder doesn’t let you. Like the header or footer for instance. Well there’s a really easy way to do that, thankfully! First of all, we need to go to the Dashboard and then Divi -> Divi Library: We need to get the post ID of that...

How To Change the Search in a WordPress Site with Divi Theme to Use WooCommerce Search

Are you using the Divi theme in WordPress? Do you need to get the default search to include nicely themed WooCommerce products? If yes, then you’re at the right place! Here’s our problem: while the search does include WooCommerce products, they’re kind of themed to look like a regular blog post. Like this: We wanted it to look like the standard WooCommerce search that you can use in a widget on the sidebar or something, like this:   So, the way to do it is to simply add a form...

How to Get a United States Passport in 24 Hours

If you need a passport quickly (new or renewed) don’t panic. Here’s how you can get it: Schedule an appointment at a Regional Passport Agency Call the National Passport Information Center (available 24/7) at 1-877-487-2778. You can choose any office across the U.S.. You  might want to start with the closest office and see what dates are available. Many of the larger cities are busy and you may have to wait days (or weeks) to get an appointment.  It’s an automated phone system and you can listen for when the next available appointment...

How to Fix WooCommerce Product Description Tab Border

Sometimes in WooCommerce, the Description tab of a product page can get messed up. Like this:   Well, it’s a pretty simple fix with a little duct tape called CSS. All you need to do is update the main CSS file of your theme. Lots of themes have a spot where you can paste in additional CSS code – it’s totally cool to do this within your WordPress dashboard. Here’s the code: .woocommerce div.product .woocommerce-tabs ul.tabs .description_tab { margin-left: 1px !important; }   That’s it, pretty simple...
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