As WordPress users, we all have many things in common. We want to build our own website and we believe that self-hosting is better than being shackled to an expensive subscription plan. We spend way too much time checking out new themes and plugins. And at one point, we've all installed Contact Form 7 and were frustrated to learn that unless we get into the CSS code, yes, it really does look that ugly.
We've added a new element to the Thrive Architect plugin, which will help you out with that last problem.
Check out today's update to learn about our new contact form element and discover the 4 rules for creating the optimal contact form.
The Fancy Divider is like a powerful tool. Or better yet, a spicy food ingredient.
It can really spice up the design of your website, making it both attention grabbing and user friendly, if you know how to use the feature right.
However, if you overuse the Fancy Divider feature, your website may end up tasting like an over-spiced dish your visitors may hesitate giving a try.
It's finally here! In today's video, you get a first look at the new, fully visual theme builder we've been feverishly working on. And there's more information about how you can be among the first to get your hands on it.
Ever since we first announced Thrive Architect, we've been hinting at a "master plan" that we've been working towards. Today, we introduce the Symbols feature to Thrive Architect and it is an important step towards our master plan.
Watch the video to discover how Symbols work and why they're so awesome.
A core feature in Thrive Architect is that you can save any element or group of elements as you own custom content template. Creating and re-using your very own custom designs has never been easier!
And in the latest version of Thrive Architect, content templates have been made even better! Watch this video to discover how to save, load and manage content templates (plus a few handy bonus tips).
Bulleted lists and numbered lists are the backbone of any well structured piece of content.
You'll want to use them in blog posts, comparison pages, landing pages, sales pages, opt-in forms and anywhere else you care about grabbing your readers' attention.
But let's be honest... The basic unordered and ordered list in the text editor are kinda boring and won't cut it if you're looking to impress your visitors and get them to convert.
That's why in Thrive Architect, our visual editor for WordPress, you have the styled list and the numbered list element. Both of these offer such a wide range of cutomization options that you'll find yourself creating lists just for fun (or is that just me?).
Let me show you!
Note: this post does not contain legal advice. Always work with your legal counsel to determine the right decisions to make about regulations.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming for all of us. It's a set of EU laws and they apply to EU citizens. That means that even if your businesses is not in the EU, you're still potentially on the hook, because people from the EU can access your website.
At Thrive Themes, we have been hard at work to help you keep your website GDPR compliant in the easiest and most seamless ways possible.
In this post, you'll discover the GDPR related features that we've already released and get up to date information about the ones we're still working on.
We've added a convenient new feature in Thrive Architect that solves a problem you may have had with our landing pages, up until now. Adding scripts like the Google Analytics tracking script or Facebook retargeting pixels to your Thrive Architect landing pages, was not always easy: some 3rd-party plugins successfully insert the scripts on our landing pages, but many don't.
To make things easier to manage, we've now created a landing page script manager as part of Thrive Architect. With it, you can choose what scripts to add to all landing pages without needing any 3rd-party plugins.
Check out the video to see how it works!
With Thrive Architect, you can add custom color gradients to any element that has a background. You can even create gradients as overlays on top of images or background patterns.
In this tutorial, we'll take a quick tour through all of the gradient features. Then, we'll take a look at the dos and don'ts of using color gradients in web design, so that your results will loo pro.
In the latest update to Thrive Architect, we've made some improvements to text editing. Our goal is always to make content and page editing as easy and seamless as possible - while also providing you an absolute powerhouse of features.
Check out the video to see the tweaks and changes we implemented, based on user feedback, to take text editing in WordPress to the next level.