You already know it’s important to make your content look good on both desktop and mobile these days.
According to Statista.com, in 2018, more than 50% of Internet traffic comes from mobile devices. That percentage is only growing, too...
Which means it’s more important than ever for all your posts and pages to look great on whatever device they get displayed on.
One particular feature that's often tricky to get just right when it comes to mobile responsiveness is the "Columns" element in Thrive Architect.
That’s why in this article, we’ll show you how to make the “Columns” element behave exactly how you want it to across both desktop and mobile devices.
Based on the same principle, Global Gradients allows you to apply the same gradient in multiple places on your website with the click of a button. If you ever want to change them, you can do it from one place and the changes instantly apply site-wide.
To fully understand this new feature, check out the video at the top of this post.
In this article we'll take a look at what's the easiest way of adding a WooCommerce button on a pricing table in WordPress.
When visitors will click on the WooCommerce button, the product that it's linked to will be added to the their shopping cart.
First of all, don't forget to check out the video at the top of the page for the full experience.
As you know, here at Thrive Themes, we like to make videos showing you how to build assets like landing pages and pricing tables “from scratch” with Thrive Architect.
We previously announced that we would do a "Pricing Table from Scratch" video for you, and asked you to vote on which of 3 pricing tables you liked best. (See the examples, here)
Aaaand the winner is...
1 hour 23 minutes.
It's embarrassing to admit now, but that's how long I once spent figuring out how to get a box with a dotted line around the key takeaways of my blog post.
This shouldn't be happening anymore...but then I glance at my neighbor's screen in the co-working space and see them struggling with the WordPress editor.
For some, the struggle is still real.
It doesn't have to be! Let me show you how to use Thrive Architect to create stunning blog articles that will keep your readers' attention from the very beginning till the very end.
Recently, we released our new Symbols Feature for Thrive Architect.
The Symbols Feature is a design component that allows you to have multiple synchronized instances of a “thing” you design for your website.
What’s that mean exactly? Modifying one instance of a Symbol will automatically update all the other instances of that Symbol – instantly – across your site.
By now, you have probably heard about the Pricing Table element in Thrive Architect. If so, I'm here to give you some good news: We have added a bunch of new templates that come straight from our design team!
In this article we're going to have a look at what makes the new templates so special and we'll reveal a few important tips regarding the Pricing Table element.
For the full experience, don't forget to check out the video at the top of the page.