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Redirect user to different thank you pages based on the chosen payment method in WooCommerce checkout

WooCommerce is a great e-commerce platform for WordPress. I’ve been working with this for such a long time and it is a reliable plugin-in for sure.

Recently I had to solve a problem where on a WordPress website which uses WooCommerce as the e-commerce solution, it was needed to redirect the user to some specific different thank you pages, containing different information for the user, depending on the chosen payment method during the checkout process. Read more

How to set up SMTP on a WordPress Media Temple Grid website

Send emails from your WordPress website hosted on MT without any problem and anytime!

I will show you how to set up SMTP on a WordPress website hosted on Media Temple Grid. I’m doing this because I have realized that the information provided by MT is not very clear and I had to set up this step by step and test it multiple times until I managed to make WordPress to send emails using SMTP. At some point, since the SMTP data provided by MT was not working, I had to use Gmail SMTP.

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How to use different headers on different WordPress pages

wordpress different headers

Loading WordPress different headers on separate pages was something which I needed during my work on many websites created on this beautiful platform. I’m not talking here about showing a different graphic image on separate pages as this can be easily achieved without having to create separate .php files in WordPress theme folder like we will discuss in this tutorial. So this article is useful when you actually need totally different look and functionality on various WordPress pages.

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Open WordPress menu item link in a new browser tab or window

wordpress menu item configuration options

Opening a WordPress menu link in a new window or tab it is actually easy, but sometimes, like it happened to me also, when you are a beginner or intermediate user of this great CMS, it can be tricky.

So you have built a WordPress menu and you want one of the menu items to open in a new tab or window on your Firefox, Chrome or whatever browser you use. That is probably you have a menu item that links to another website, or to a .pdf or maybe a page with testimonials or whatever.

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