Continually improving and updating our products is part of our core philosophy at Thrive Themes. And whenever we add a major new feature or template, we announce it in a new blog post.
However, we also keep adding smaller updates and improvements that may not warrant their own blog posts, but that you should know about, nonetheless. In today's video, you'll discover the latest crop of such smaller updates we've made to the Thrive Architect editor & landing page builder for WordPress.
Since it's the silly season, we decided to give all the affiliate marketers out there an early Christmas present...
Comparison and review tables that actually look good on mobile.
And not only do they look good, they're conversion focused as well. These tables are specifically formatted to keep your buy buttons in view on mobile.
When we decided NOT to do any discounts on Black Friday and give half of the revenue of membership sales to charity instead, we did not know what was going to happen...
Would people still buy our products? Would Black Friday mean a huge drop in sales or would our potential customers be on board to make an impact in the world?
Let me show you the results.
Will there be a Black Friday sale for Thrive Themes products? What about a Cyber Monday deal?
This is a question we get asked a lot, around this time of year.
Read on to find out about the answer...
"Project Gutenberg" is the name of a visual(ish) editor that is in development by Automattic, the creators of WordPress. It is set to replace the current WordPress editor at some point in the future.
Since our core product is a visual editor (Thrive Architect), some of our users have asked us how Project Gutenberg will affect our own work and our products. This post is our answer to that question.
A lot has happened at Thrive Themes in the last few months and a lot more is still going on behind the scenes. In today's update, you'll get a new glimpse at what we're working on and what to expect next in terms of features, products and more.
For a conversion focused website, there's nothing more important than text. Your words need to be convincing. If they aren't, nothing else you do on your site matters.
But words don't only have to be convincing. As you'll see in this tutorial, letters, words and typography can become a design element in their own right. Watch the video to see how you can create text layouts with a serious wow-factor!
One of the things that makes Thrive Architect such a powerful visual editor is customizability. You can fine-tune almost every design detail of everything in your content. For example, you can add and customize drop shadows, inside shadows and text shadows to Thrive Architect elements.
In this video, we'll take a tour through the shadow effect features and we'll look at how to use shadows for conversion focused design.
Opening a link is only the beginning of what can happen when a visitor clicks on a button, text or image.
There are so many more things that could occur.
You could show them additional instructions, a light box, a video ...
This is actually very easy to do with Thrive Architect, but we understand that you might not have time to explore and discover exactly what's possible and how to go about it.
That's why we created this master post to show you some nifty things you can do that you probably didn’t even realize were possible.