“No Records Were Found” Error with Geodirectory | WordPress

Here’s a quick tip today for those of you using the Geodirectory WordPress plugin or on your website. If you are like me, you probably got the error: “Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again.” This is what showed up for me when looking at the map on individual listings pages. Strangely, the plugin … Read More

Trigger JavaScript from Embedded Wistia Video – WordPress Tutorial

I’ve recently had the opportunity to do some work with Wistia videos embedded into a website and had the challenge of having events trigger from the videos. In my case, I wanted some JavaScript to run after the videos concluded. Specifically, I was working with the Sensei¬†WordPress plugin from WooThemes and wanted to hide the “Complete Lesson” button until the … Read More

Bad Request Error When Downloading File From Website

If your situation is anything like mine was, you are very frustrated that you can’t figure out why you can’t download a simple file from you site. In my case, my website is WordPress, and I have followed all of the steps for uploading a file to a page and making it a download link. But when you go to … Read More

Radial Search & Results Page – WordPress Tutorial

Performing a radial search (showing results based on location, zip code, etc) in WordPress is one of the hardest things I’ve had to figure out how to do. It held me back in many projects and was always a source of frustration. After trying many different plugins and tutorials, I have finally come up with a working solution. Today I’m … Read More

Simple Dropdown Hover Menu Fix for Mobile Devices

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If you have an existing, older website that you want to make mobile-friendly, here is a really simple solution to the problem where mobile users cannot access sub-menus in your main navigation. Nothing is more annoying than tapping a menu item, seeing a sub-menu pop up but immediately getting sent to the next page before you have a chance to … Read More

How to Change the Port for SSH Uploads – WordPress

Note: If your screenshot looks different than mine, you may have to install the plugin¬†SSH SFTP Updater Support. If you have a secured server and are using a non-standard port for your connection, it may be confusing how you can specify that port in your WordPress admin when doing things like updates or new plugin installs. But it’s actually quite … Read More

“No Data Received” Chrome Error – Problem Fix

If you’ve ever gotten the “No Data Received” error while working with your website, I may have an easy solution for you. In my case, this error seemed to start showing up only on SSL encrypted pages. I’m not sure what the significance of this is, but it happened! In my case also, it came when I made many http … Read More

FileZilla – How to Enable Password Saving

FileZilla Saved Passwords Error Message

If you’ve been faced with the incredibly annoying “Saving of passwords has been disabled by you” message from FileZilla, you aren’t alone. And the lack of good answers on Google is also incredibly annoying. Thankfully, it’s very easy to fix. Here’s how. Saving passwords in FileZilla   1. With FileZilla open, go to edit -> Settings. (Some older versions may … Read More

Responsive Width Element with Padding – CSS How-to

Padding Extends Beyond Parent Element

Have you ever had an element in your responsive website design which needed some padding, but you couldn’t add it because it broke the design? There’s a solution to that problem. Normally, the element in question will just add padding to the outside of itself, often expanding well beyond the space it is supposed to take up. But there is … Read More

Display Field Entries in Backend But Not Form – Events Manager Plugin

If you use the Events Manager WordPress plugin regularly, it’s likely you’ve run into this problem before. You decide you want to adjust the fields that show up in the frontend on your booking form. Maybe you are combining multiple fields, or maybe you just want to remove some old ones and add new ones. But what if you still … Read More