Workaround for Semi-transparent Artwork On Dark Colored Tees

Direct-to-garment (DTG) printing alert for semi-transparent artwork on dark colored tees. I originally had a beautiful gradient from orange to transparent, which would allow the text to gradient from orange to the color of the shirt. Except direct-to-garment (DTG) printing can’t accommodate any transparency in the artwork when the artwork is being printed on dark…

Nostr Purple Color Codes

Option #1: Nostr.io website Since Nostr’s website is a gradient from blue to fuchsia, I need to find the middle color to use for t-shirt artwork. Using Inspect element on Damus.io reveals the starting and ending RGB colors: Since I want the 50% middle, and not the 59% provided in the above CSS, I asked…

WooCommerce – Switch Image Background On Color Variation Selection (Image Gallery & Navigation Thumbnails)

Setup: WooCommerce Variable Product for t-shirts with multiple colors and multiple sizes. Theme: GeneratePress. Primary image is of a t-shirt with artwork on it. Secondary image is a close-up of just the artwork with a colored background that matches the color of the t-shirt. Since there are multiple t-shirt colors (and multiple designs), I don’t…

Speed Up WooCommerce – Resources

Most caching and CDN info revolves around WordPress but not WordPress + WooCommerce. Standard caching applies to Javascript, CSS, and images, while HTML caching (also called full page caching) caches the entire page. When it comes to HTML caching/full page caching, WooCommerce pages and WooCommerce cookies must be bypassed/excluded. Cloudflare, for instance, uses Page Rules…

[Solution] GeneratePress GP Premium Plugin Breaks Apple Pay Button on WooCommerce Single Product Page

[Solution] GeneratePress GP Premium Plugin Breaks Apple Pay Button on WooCommerce Single Product Page

Problem: The Apple Pay button is missing/broken/hidden on the WooCommerce Single Product Page (but it is displaying properly on WooCommerce Cart and Checkout pages). After deactivating all of the WordPress site’s plugins, I narrowed down the problem to GeneratePress’s GP Premium plugin (which is awesome, by the way!). Note: This post is specifically geared toward…