Starting from version 9.5, WonderPlugin Slider added the support for WordPress custom post types. Since WooCommerce is based on custom post types, we can use the plugin to create WooCommerce product sliders.
I don't find the code where i can change border width, could you please help?
In the plugin, step 3 Options tab, Skin Options, change value of the option "Border Size".
My WordPress theme has a boxed layout design, that's, the page content is not full width. The main wrapper has a maximum width limit and has paddings around it.
I added the WonderPlugin slider shortcode to the page and it's not full width. How could I make it full width?
Firstly, in WonderPlugin Slider, step 3, Options tab, Slider Options, check both option "Create a responsive slider" and "Create a full width slider".
To create a full width slider, you need to add the slider to your WordPress theme. If you add the slider to the page, since the page is not full width, the slider is limited to the page.
When you move your WordPress to a new domain name, you many find the image, video and audio links in the plugins are not updated, they still point to the old domain name. This tutorial will guide you how to update the links and fix the problem.
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I purchased the commercial version and have received my membership login password. I downloaded the commercial version and followed the upgrade instructions as posted on your website, however, the free version watermark remains.
Firstly, please goto the plugin menu Overview, check the title of the plugin. For commercial versions, it should say "WonderPlugin PLUGIN_NAME Commercial Version VERSION_NUMBER C".
If it still shows "Free Version", then it means your website is still running the free version. Please follow this tutorial to upgrade: https://www.wonderplugin.com/wordpress-tutorials/how-to-upgrade-to-wonderplugin-commercial-version/
If the title is correct, then it's normally a cache issue. There may be four caches that you need to clear.
1. Web server cache by your web hosts. Some web hosts will cache web files, for example, GoDaddy, WPEngine and DreamHost. Please contact your web hosting provider and ask them whether the web files are cached and how to clear the cache.
3. Your local web browser cache. Please clear caches of your web browser after you upgrade the plugin.
4. CDN sync. Some web hosting providers use CDN to deliver image and js files. In this case, you need to force to sync your content to all CDN servers. If you are using a CDN, please contact your web hosting provider for how to do this.
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I am moving my WordPress development site to production. I did a search and replace in the WordPress database, but the images in the carousel slider still link to the old domain.