In the latest version of Thrive Architect, we've included a brand new feature that will become central to how our templates and landing pages will evolve in 2019: global button styles.
Check out the video to see how this feature can save you a lot of time and to discover the possibilities global styles and global colors will open up in the near future.
A question I'm often asked is:
“How can I create and sell online courses with WordPress?”
I’ve always wanted to have a good answer for this problem, but could never give one in good conscience.
Because every time I set out to assemble a recommended tools list for building paid online courses, I run into problems. I tried many times, but I never found a solution that addressed my 4 critical concerns.
A while ago, we released a new headers & footers feature for landing pages. While working on further improvements to it we noticed that there were some header designs we couldn't accomplish the way we wanted, with the current features.
As a solution, we've added a new “Scroll Behavior” feature in Thrive Architect. Watch the video to see how you can use this feature to create awesome header layouts and how it can be used in various other ways to enhance your pages.
When you need to place Call-to-Action (CTA) buttons on your website, should you limit yourself to the standard designs you’re used to… or can you achieve something far more engaging?
Well, if you build your posts and pages using Thrive Architect, you can leverage the Content Box element to fancy up your button designs however you want.
“Fancy up how?” you ask.
Well, how about a Content Box acting as a button where the entire area is clickable, uses engaging hover effects and offers unlimited ways to incorporate, modify and resize icons or images within them?
Will there be a Black Friday sale for Thrive Themes products? What about a Cyber Monday deal? Or a special offer around Christmas?
This is a question we get asked a lot, around this time of year.
Read on to find out about the answer...
What makes great content great?
To find out, we want to learn from the master. And the master is some awesome content, in this case. We already had a go at this in part 1 and today we're back with a second example of an expertly crafted article and lessons we can learn from it.
The article's title is a mouthful: Why UX, UI, CX, IA, IxD, and Other Sorts of Design Are Dumb
This article deals with a niche topic related to design, but even if you don't know the first thing about design,you should stick around. There are gems in here that will help you improve your content marketing, no matter what you write about.