How to Add Stripe Donate Button in WordPress


Are you wanting to add a Stripe donate button to your WordPress site? Stripe is one of the best online payment processors for allowing you to get payments on your site including donations. In this video, we will show you how to collect donations on your WordPress site using Stripe.

For this tutorial we will be using WPForms pro which you can purchase here:

https://wpforms.com/

With the pro or higher plan, you will want to install and activate the plugin. Then go into your settings to add your license key to have your features active. Now, go into WPForms, Addons and scroll down to activate the Stripe addon.

Now in your Settings, Payments area you will want to add your Stripe API keys which can be found when you log into Stripe under Developers, API keys. The important keys you will need the publishable and secret keys for the standard payments to work. For this tutorial, we will also click the ‘View test data’ to get your test API keys to include as well.

With your keys pasted in you can activate test mode so you can ensure your donation form is set up and goes through the steps you want without issue without needing to actually pay. We can go into WPForms to add a form to start with including the donation information and a payment field.

Now, we can go to the Payment settings on the left-hand side to set up the stripe payments. We will check to activate the stripe payments, decide the payment description if the payment should be recurring, and how to handle the payment receipt. With that set, you can go into the general settings and customize the confirmation to use if you wanted a message, a link to one of your pages, or a custom URL.

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How to Add Content Locking in WordPress


Do you want to lock content and require your users to sign up for your newsletter to be able to read it? This gets you more email subscribers while also letting you know what content your users are interested in. In this article, we will show you how to add content locking in WordPress without annoying your users.

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TimeStamps
0:20 Understanding content locking
1:48 Installing OptinMonster
2:09 Getting your OptinMonster API key
3:01 Creating the content locker
5:39 Placing the content blocker

In this video we will be using OptinMonster, you can use the discount above to reduce the price of your purchase. Install and activate the OptinMonster plugin and add your API to the plugin’s settings area to connect it.

Now, go to the OptinMonster site and begin creating your content locking page. We will be using an inline optin using the action theme for the campaign. Set up the campaign to be designed how you want it and in the inline settings select lock content below Campaign to be set to active.

Activate the campaign and now when you refresh your available campaigns on your WordPress site you should see this campaign available. Now you can copy the shortcode from the campaign’s settings area and paste it into the articles you want to require the email signup to view.

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How to Use Scroll Tracking in WordPress with Google Analytics


Do you want to track your user’s scrolling on your site? This data can help you see if your visitors are actually reading through your long posts and when they lose interest in the content. In this video, we will show you how to easily track user scrolling in WordPress using Google Analytics.

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For this video, we will be using MonsterInsights Plus to set up this level of scroll tracking. We will need to copy our license key from MonsterInsights to get the plugin working so don’t forget to copy that.

In your plugins area, you will want to use the Add New button to upload the file given by MonsterInsights to have the correct plugin. It will go through an installation wizard where you can paste your license key and set up settings based on the type of site you have.

We will connect the plugin to your Google Analytics to make your traffic that much more powerful. The recommended settings will be shown and you can change any that you like.

With it installed, go under the Settings, Engagement to ensure scroll tracking is enabled. This will start pulling in the scroll depth information that you can normally only see in your Google Analytics.

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How to Easily Add a Client Feedback Form


Want to add a client feedback form to your website? Client feedback helps you improve your products and services based on their needs. In this article, we will show you how to easily add a client feedback form in WordPress.

For this tutorial we will be using WPForms:

https://wpforms.com/

Using WPForms, we will create a new form and select the Suggestion form for some recommended fields to be automatically added. You even have the option to add or remove fields from the widget.

Once the form is how you like it, go into the settings tab on the left-hand side and there should be a Confirmation section for you to style or reword the confirmation. Next, under the notifications tab, you would be able to decide where their information is sent. By default, it is sent to the email under Settings, General.

With the form created you would either create a post or page and click the Add Form button to add the shortcode for it to display there. Your other option would be to go under Appearance, Widgets and add the WPForm Widget to your widget area. In the settings for the widget select the form and you will see the form wherever your widget area appears on your site.

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How to Put Your WordPress Site in Maintenance Mode


Are you looking to put your WordPress site in maintenance mode? Having your site in maintenance mode allows you to display a notice to your site’s visitors while you update or fix any issues rather than showing a broken site. In this video, we’ll guide you through how to put your WordPress site in maintenance mode.

For the first method we will be using the plugin ‘WP Maintenance Mode’ which can be found here:

https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-maintenance-mode/

With the plugin installed and activated you want to go under Settings, WP Maintenance Mode to set up the plugin’s settings and more importantly, activate the plugin when you want it to display the maintenance page.

In the design tab, you can modify what is displayed on the page for a visitor of your site to the design and message you want. In the modules, you can activate Google Analytics, add social links, set a countdown timer, and offer a subscription for when your site is live.

The second method to do this would be to use the Seedprod plugin found here:

https://www.seedprod.com

This is a paid plugin so when it is activated it will take you to the page for you to input the license key for your site for it to work properly. With the license key added you can edit the settings under Settings, Coming Soon Pro where you can enable the plugin and the type of page you want active.

This plugin allows for greater customizations as well as pre-built templates to help you have a beautiful coming soon page for your site.

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How to Add a Click to Call Button in WordPress


Want to add a click-to-call button in WordPress? When people visit your site with smartphones, adding a tap-to-call button can make it simple to contact you. In this video, we will show you how to easily add a click-to-call button in your WordPress website.

For the first method we will be using the plugin “Call Now Button” found here:

https://wordpress.org/plugins/call-now-button/

With the plugin installed and activated you will go under Settings, Call Now Button you can configure the settings from enabling the button, the phone number, and the text to show to your users.

The advanced settings allow control over the position, color, and if you want to track clicks. This method will only have the button appear for users visiting your site from a mobile device but our second method will allow you to have it display for all devices.

For the second method we will be using the a tag that you can copy from our article:

https://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-tutorials/how-to-add-clickable-phone-numbers-for-smartphones-in-wordpress/

Using the HTML tag method you can decide if you want text, the number, or even an image on click for the call to happen.

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How to Add a Glossary or Dictionary Section in Your WordPress Site


Would you like to add a glossary or dictionary to your WordPress site? These normally have abbreviations, definitions, and other useful information to help your customers understand your industry topics. In this video, we will show you how to add a glossary or dictionary section to your WordPress site.

For this tutorial, we will be using the ‘CM Tooltip Glossary’ plugin found here:

https://wordpress.org/plugins/enhanced-tooltipglossary/

Once you activate the plugin you should be redirected to the plugin’s settings page or you can go to the page under CM Tooltip Glossary in your admin area. Under CM Tooltip Glossary, Settings, on the general settings tab, you can select what you would like the page to be titled, click the checkbox beneath and save the settings for the page to be created.

To start adding terms you will go under CM Tooltip Glossary, Add New and you would create a glossary term the same way you would create a post on your site. Add as many terms that you would like and add the glossary page to your menu to be able to directly visit it.

Now when you visit the page the glossary sortable by letter should be visible with links taking you directly to the page for each entry.

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How To Allow Authors To Revise Published Posts in WordPress


We’ve had users with authors on their site asking if they can allow the authors to edit published posts on their WordPress site. These revisions can help improve the content of the article as well as give authors more control over what they publish on your site. In this video, we will guide you on how to allow authors to revise published posts in WordPress.

For this tutorial we will be using the ‘Revision Manager TMC’ plugin found here:

https://wordpress.org/plugins/revision-manager-tmc/

With the plugin activated, the settings for the plugin can be found under Settings, Revision Manager TMC. In the general settings, you want to select edit_posts under ‘Copy creation capability’ and published_posts in ‘Acceptation capability’. This allows users to create a duplicate of a published post for them to edit and the role you set under ‘Role for notification’ will be notified when the changes are submitted.

Your authors will see the option to create a revision draft. This draft works the same as if the author was editing the post but instead of allowing them to post the changes they make directly the publish button will be a ‘Submit for review’ button. Depending on how you have the plugin set up will determine if an admin or an editor is notified of the draft.

The plugin will send an email to who it was set for with a link to publish the edits by overwriting the original. Once you do the changes will be added and the duplicate post will be removed from your posts area.

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