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Hello there, welcome to my new site! and this site had so much overlap that I decided to merge content. In that process, I’m keeping most pages, articles, and tutorials, but some of them won’t make it here. Knowing how much running into a 404 from a search result in Google (or any other search engine) disappoints me, I decided to create a different experience for those who bump into a link for a non-existing page. Tadaaa, this is it.

Were you looking for a specific Elementor tutorial?

Elementor related articles are grouped under Page Builders & Gutenberg and tutorials under Tools & Tips. At this time (March 2023) I am still in the process of moving articles over. If you are sure there’s an article missing here that lived on, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Chances are I simply forgot to move it.

Searching on this site

I have not yet implemented an easy way to search. This new site is made with GREYD.suite. At this time I struggle with the accessibility and styling possibilities of the native Search Block. The development team from GREYD.suite is developing a magnificent accessibility-ready FSE theme, and in that they will also implement a Search Block that is up to standards.

There’s a great chance that, in the future, I will add an additional taxonomy to the tutorials, to separate them from regular posts. I would place them as a menu on the archive page of all Elementor related posts. If this is too much “geek speak” for you: this means adding another kind of category to filter on, separate from the regular post categories. I can then turn that into a menu for tutorial topics, such as accessibility tips, ACF, CSS, custom post types, HTML, PHP snippets and more.

By the way, my go-to plugin to add taxonomies is Custom Post Type UI from WebDevStudios. It’s freely available from the WordPress Plugin Directory.


– Anne

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