I learned the 6 P’s of success from my mother. When I was 12 years old my mother started a non-profit youth entrepreneurial organization called Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs Today. Her main purpose was to keep me and my friends off the streets and out of gangs. For 12 years she ran a nationally recognized organization that […]Read more...»
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I play a round of mean soccer with my MALE soccer buddies every Wednesday night. I’m the only rose among the thorns. During each game, I simply forget that they are guys. I just concentrate on the game of eleven players against eleven players. You may be curious to know which position does this rose […]Read more...»
Time to get a little bit geeky with Thrive Themes. Specifically their Thrive Architect (previously Content Builder) editor.
I’m not going to try to explain this to non-developers. This writeup will only be understood by people used to hacking PHP code and WordPress themes.
When you build a landing page using Thrive, you can optionally do a full-screen takeover from your theme. See, one option is to insert Thrive elements into the content container of your main theme, thereby preserving your theme elements for that page. Or… you can take over the whole thing and build the page from scratch using Thrive Architect.
But, what about your header and footer?
What if you want to keep your header and footer consistent but change everything else? Most themes will use a fixed width container and that would constrain everything, but what if you want full width rows along with the header/footer?
For instance, take my homepage.
My homepage has the header and footer which I built using my primary theme (called Memberoni). But, everything else was built with Thrive. Full width backgrounds and everything.
Before I figured out how to fix this …Read more...»