Thrive Knowledge Base

Widgets

Configuring Thrive Follow Me Widget and Shortcode

With Thrive Themes you can easily add Social Media buttons to your page using Follow Me shortcodes and widgets.How to add Follow Me shortcodesSimply go to the standard WordPress editor for the post/page (or any other content type that you are editing) and insert the Thrive follow me shortcode that you can find in the […]

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How to add Popular Posts / Recent Posts widget in Thrive Themes

When you have many posts on your site you can highlight the most recent or most popular posts to the visitor. This can easily done by the Popular Posts / Recent Posts widgets in Thrive Themes. How to add the Popular Posts / Recent Posts widget From WordPress sidebar go to >> Appearance >> Widgets. […]

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Where’s My Sidebar? What to do When All Posts/Pages Are Full-Width.

In the theme options, you can choose the sidebar alignment (left of right) and in the blog layout settings (of most themes), you can choose whether the blog page should appear at full width or next to a sidebar. But what if you’ve setup your sidebar to show on posts or pages, but they still […]

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How to Add Click-to-Call Phone Numbers to Your Website

Watch this tutorial video for a complete overview on how to add mobile responsive phone number elements to your website: You can find a separate tutorial about the header phone number option, here.

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How to Use the Thrive Opt-In Widget

This widget will display a nice opt-in box in any widget area. It’s a great way to draw attention towards your opt-in offer and get more subscribers to your mailing list. To set up the widget, in your WordPress dashboard go to “Appearance” -> “Widgets” and drag the “Thrive Opt-In Widget” into an available widget […]

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How to Use the Thrive Call to Action Widget

This widget will display a headline, image, text and a button. It’s a great way to get visitor attention to a specific offer or page on your site. In your WordPress dashboard, go to “Appearance” -> “Widgets” and drag the “Thrive Call-to-Action Widget” widget into an available widget area. You will see the following options: […]

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