How to activate WordPress plugins on select pages or posts only

By default WordPress will enable all activated plugins on all WordPress posts and pages, and will load all relative CSS and JavaScript plugin files on these pages.

In some cases, you may want to only enable a plugin and load the relative files on some specific pages. For example, if your website has a gallery page, you may want to only enable the gallery plugin on this page, thus speed up the loading of other pages.
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How to set up a GDPR content blocker to block YouTube and Vimeo videos in WordPress Grid Gallery

By using the plugin Wonder Grid Gallery, you can create a YouTube and Vimeo video gallery for your WordPress website.

This tutorial will guide you how to set up a GDPR content blocker to block YouTube and Vimeo videos in the gallery before a visitor accepts the consent or if the visitor chooses to not accept the consent.

We will use the free plugin WordPress Real Cookie Banner to set up the content blocker.
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Not allowing to edit images or add new images

Product:

Wonder 3D Carousel, Wonder Carousel, Wonder Gallery, Wonder Grid Gallery, Wonder Slider

Tutorial:

You may notice that after you upgrade your WordPress to version 5.5 or above, you may not be able to edit images or add new images to Wonder plugins. The OK and Cancel buttons are missing from the Add Image dialog.

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This problem is caused by changes in WordPress 5.5.

To fix the problem, you can upgrade the Wonder plugin to the latest version.

The Standard/Multiple/Unlimited licenses include one year support and free upgrade from the date of the purchase. If your free upgrade period has expired, you can log into the members area on our website, click Renew and Upgrade on the left menu, renew your license with 50% discount, or upgrade to the Lifetime license.

How to show product variation swatches in WooCommerce quick view popup

This tutorial will guide you how to show product variation swatches in the WooCommerce quick view popup by using the plugin Wonder Quick View and Variation Swatches for WooCommerce.

There are two steps in the tutorial:

You can check the online demo at WooCommerce Quick View Demo, the product "Ship Your Idea".

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How to show HTML content in a WordPress lightbox

This tutorial will guide you how to show HTML content in a WordPress lightbox by using the plugin Wonder Lightbox.

The tutorial will also discuss how to open the HTML content in the lightbox of a gallery created with Wonder Grid Gallery or a carousel created with Wonder Carousel

There are two steps in this tutorial:

  • Step 1 - Add the HTML content to a div on the webpage
  • Step 2 - Open the div in a WordPress lightbox
  • Additional - Open the div in the lightbox of a gallery created with Wonder Grid Gallery or a carousel created with Wonder Carousel

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How to convert m4a audio to mp3 or HTML5 compatible m4a format on Mac

On Apple platforms, there is a difference between directly playing audio in Safari and playing in an HTML5 audio tag. When directly playing in Safari, it uses the codec in the device, when playing in an HTML5 audio tag, it uses the codec only available for Safari.

So an m4a audio file may play if you directly open the m4a file URL with Safari, but may not play in an embedded HTML5 audio tag.

This tutorial will show you how to convert m4a audio files to HTML5 compatible m4a or mp3 format on Mac by using the Apple Music app.

There are 4 steps in this tutorial.

  • Step 1 - Open the m4a file with the Apple Music app
  • Step 2 - Change the import settings of the Music app
  • Step 3 - Convert the m4a file
  • Step 4 - Drag the file to the desktop

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How to add time marks to WordPress audio player

This tutorial will guide you how to add time marks to a WordPress audio player created with the plugin Wonder Audio Player. When clicking on the time mark, the player will jump to the specified time and start playing.

The tutorial will also guide you how to add play, pause, rewind and forward buttons to the player.

There are two steps in this tutorial:

  • Step 1 - Create an audio player with Wonder Audio Player plugin
  • Step 2 - Add time marks to the audio player

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