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From HTTP to HTTPS on WordPress

Moving From HTTP to HTTPS on WordPress

Switched Designparc.com from HTTP to HTTPS on WordPress 0) MAKE A BACKUP OF YOUR DATABASE AND WORDPRESS FILES! Okay, carry on… 1) I used SiteGround hosting’s super-easy-to-use cPanel option to install Let’s Encrypt (which offers free SSL/TLS certificates). Apparently, not all web hosts offer Let’s Encrypt with their hosting packages – which is a bummer. Luckily, SiteGround (affiliate link) …

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Media Queries For Mobile – Resources

Media Queries for Standard Devices – CSS-Tricks, Chris Coyier (The comment section is full of useful feedback) How To Use CSS3 Media Queries To Create a Mobile Version of Your Website – Smashing Magazine, Rachel Andrew Media Queries Demystified: Min-Width and Max-Width – Email on Acid, Michelle Klann

Menu Button Background Transparency Makes Text Transparent [FIX?]

Problem: Menu button’s hover background is 50% transparent (this is good). But it also makes the text inside the menu button 50% transparent (this is bad). Desired result: Text inside the button should remain solid-colored when the button’s hover background is 50% transparent. Solution (maybe?): Maybe this will keep the text solid-colored while the menu button’s hover …

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