While reading some threads in the ClassiPress forums about embedding YouTube videos into the ad listings, i figured out a nice way how to accomplish this using the custom fields and form layouts. The advantage of this way is that you don’t need to care if html is enabled or not.
Sometime it’s helpful for your visitors to see if a specific item has been approved by the website admin. This will show that the admin has checked the item details and will give the visitors a good feeling. But it doesn’t make sens if the ad owners can purchase this sign, so you should not sell it. After we are done here, you can activate this sign on specific listings only from the admin area.
As this feature seems to be very popular, i decided to write a new tutorial for the current ClassiPress version.
I assume that you have ClassiPress and your own child theme running. Time to get started:
Did your customers ever complain about email spam comming from your ClassiPress site? Let’s try to make it a bit more difficult for the spammers. In this tutorial we will replace the simple math question under the description with a reCAPTCHA. Of course we don’t touch the core files! We do all our changes in a child theme.
While working in the AppThemes forums i visit websites from our ClassiPress customers nearly every day – especially when they are facing problems getting some settings sorted. While doing that, i’ve recognized that only a few people have membership packs activated and working in a profitable way. In this tutorial i’d like to show you a sample of how you can use the power of ClassiPress Membership Packs and make some nice extra money.
In the last couple of month i found several threads in the AppThemes forums about translating themes from AppThemes into another language. There is a tutorial available, but it seems that it’s not clear enough for some beginners. In this tutorial I will try to explain how a translation is done and how to edit only some words in an existing translation. For this tutorial i’m using the ClassiPress theme. Here we go in two parts:
Do you really need those default WordPress widgets on your ClassiPress site? Well, i don’t! WordPress installs some standard widgets like Meta, Archives, RSS, Blog Categories, Recent Posts etc. etc… as default. Let’s remove them in less than 3 minutes, starting from now!