Divi Theme Builder Tutorial to Create a WordPress Website

divi theme builder
divi theme builder

Visual Builder or visual development tool allows you to create a website page faster. One of the most frequently used development tools is the Divi Theme Builder from Elegant Themes which you can use to build a landing page website.

 

Using the Divi Builder, a website with two or three landing pages is completed in just a matter of hours.

Is it SEO Friendly? Yes.

Is it mobile responsive design? Yes.

Those are some of the advantages of Divi Builder.

 

What is Divi Builder?

Divi Builder is a WordPress plugin that works with almost any WordPress theme – even the ones that were not created by Elegant Themes.

Divi Theme Builder allows you to modify not only the content of your website, but also the design of the website itself, without having to change the theme.

By using the DIVI Builder, you can create web pages (layout, design, etc.) “live“.

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Divi Button Custom CSS

divi button custom css
divi button custom css

Creating a website using the WordPress platform and combined with the Divi button custom CSS that can be customized is very easy.

Elegant Theme really manages to build something extraordinary, you can create a website with any design look you like.

You can start from a WordPress base website with a perfunctory default appearance, to a beautiful website with just a little designer touch.

In the end, this theme really helps web designers and provides thousands of different ways to design the dream website for you or your clients.

Here’s a tutorial on how to customize a Divi button by adding some custom CSS code.

 

Perfect Theme for Web Designers

If you have tried different WordPress themes, there may not be a perfect theme. However, as a web designer, you need to have the following theme criteria:

  • Free or low price.
  • Can be used on many websites.
  • No limited license usage.
  • Not limited by patent layout.
  • Easy settings and customizable page sections.
  • Mobile friendly with short load times.
  • Easy to access from various browsers.

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CMake: Simple C++ Reflection

simple c++
simple c++

Reflection is a very useful tool and if you aren’t familiar with the state of affairs in simple C++.

The cmake-reflection-template repository is a small working example of a few source files with added reflection which generates serialization and deserialization routines (using std::any<> for simplicity – so it requires C++17 – but it can be rewritten to serialize to JSON instead).

  • Each CMake target that wants to have reflection should have the target_parse_sources() CMake function called on it like so
  • Each source file in the reflected projects has an attached custom CMake command so when it gets modified that command gets ran
  • That command runs the parser on the file – named for example my_type.h – which generates code and dumps it in a file called my_type.h.inl in a gen folder inside CMAKE_BINARY_DIR
  • The resulting my_type.h.inl can be included either directly in my_type.h or perhaps elsewhere – the forward declarations of the generated functions are written inside the classes in my_type.h using the helper FRIENDS_OF_TYPE(MY_TYPE); macro.

 

It is a bit like what Unreal is doing for reflection of properties – C++ source code is parsed (and annotated with preprocessor identifiers) and each source file includes the generated code for itself.

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CMake 3.16: Support for Precompiled Headers and Unity Builds

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cmake

Modules are coming in C++20 but it will take a while before they are widely adopted, optimized and supported by tooling.

Release of CMake 3.16 does not require resorting to 3rd party CMake scripts from GitHub for precompiled headers and unity builds:

  • To precompile means that the compiler will parse the C++ headers and save its intermediate representation (IR) into a file, and then when compiling the .cpp files of the target that IR will be prepended to them – as if the headers were included – the contents of the PCH are the first thing each translation unit sees

  • Easy to integrate – doesn’t require any C++ code changes
  • ~20-30% speedup with GCC/Clang (can be up to 50%+ with MSVC)
  • For targets with at least 10 .cpp files (takes space & time to compile)

 

What to put in a PCH

  • STL & third-party libs like boost (used in at least ~30% of the sources)
  • Some rarely changing project-specific headers (at least 30% use)
    • for example if you have common utilities for logging/etc.
  • Each time any header which ends up in the PCH is changed – the entire PCH is recompiled along with the entire target which includes it
  • Careful not to put too much into a PCH – once it reaches ~150-200MB you might start hitting diminishing returns
  • How to determine which are the most commonly used header files
    • option 1: do a few searches in the codebase/target
      • <algorithm>, <vector>, <boost/asio.hpp>, etc.
      • note that some header might be included only in a few other header files, but if those headers go everywhere, then the other header gets included almost everywhere as well
    • option 2: – use software to visualize includes & dependencies

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Free Internal Linking Tool to Boost Your Article Rank on Google

internal linking tool
internal linking tool

The benefit of the internal linking tool is to provide internal links from articles that have been ranked on the first page, to other articles on your website.

This article could be an article that was recently posted, or an old article that still hasn’t ranked in the Google search engine.

Articles that have entered the first page of Google are assumed to have enough power. Usually internal links from these articles are able to raise the ranking of new articles on Google.

How to determine the ideal internal link source article?

You can use Ahrefs to view articles that have entered the first page. Or you can also use the free Google Analytics tool or the Google Webmaster Tool (Google Search Console).

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How to Get Bing Verification Code

bing verification code
bing verification code

Registering your blog or website on search engines like Google Search Console and Bing Webmaster Tools will make it easier for internet users to find your blog.

 

One of Google’s search engine competitors is the Bing search engine. The search algorithm is simple and almost similar to Google.

This Microsoft product is already well-known even though it changes its name frequently. Starting from Live Search, Windows Live Search, to MSN Search and finally replaced by the name Bing.

 

One of the tools from Bing which is also similar to Google in indexing a website is by using Bing Webmaster Tools.

When you have got the Bing verification code and verified your website on Bing Webmaster, you will also automatically verify your website on Yahoo!.

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8 Strategies to Build Internal Links on Page SEO

internal links on page SEO
internal links on page SEO

One of the most common website optimization strategies is to create internal links on page SEO. This strategy is carried out by placing a link on the content published on it so that the link refers to a page on your website.

Being in the top ranking of search engine search lists is not only determined by the quality of the content.

In today’s fierce competition, the influence of internal links on page SEO Optimization to rank your website on search engines is quite large.

The use of internal links and external links appropriately in your content will accelerate your website to reach the main page on search engines.

 

If internal links refer to links within the website, then external links refer to links outside the website. Building an internal link building strategy is very important.

In addition to being detected by Google, building internal links can also make hierarchy and content management more structured and related.

For those of you who have studied SEO, you certainly understand how important internal links are and their effect on search engine rankings.

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Step By Step Guide to Fix WordPress Stuck in Maintenance Mode

wordpress stuck in maintenance mode
wordpress stuck in maintenance mode

Have you ever been in the position of WordPress stuck in maintenance mode? In fact, you are sure that you have updated and completed correctly. Relax, in this article, you will be guided step by step how to fix errors in WordPress stuck in maintenance mode.

 

What is WordPress Maintenance Mode?

Making any changes to the WordPress website, whether changing plugins, editing core files, or updating, the website will usually experience processes that can trigger errors.

 

That’s what causes the website to be slow, down and even worse it can’t be accessed at all. Of course this can cause a bad user experience for your website visitors. An error website can make visitors disappointed so they choose to leave and no longer visit your website.

 

This maintenance mode can also affect the bounce rate and SEO even when the website goes down for unknown reasons making it difficult for web crawlers to index your website pages in search engines. It’s a loss right?

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