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Theme Updates

Inspiro 6.1 Released: Vimeo Autoplay Support in Slideshow, New Hotel Page Template & More

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It’s no news how much our customers love the Inspiro theme for its portfolio and video support options. This is what motivates us to continue making it better and better.
We’ve released a new update for the theme and can’t wait to share the new features with you. Continue Reading →


Gutenberg Tip #6: Use Keyboard Shortcuts

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So far, we have learned that Gutenberg comes packed with some productive workarounds that help you stay concentrated while writing. Instead of clicking around and find what and where is, the new editor includes lots of shortcuts that can be used for your convenience.
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Gutenberg Tip #5: How to Add a Fixed Toolbar

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For many users, the transition from the Classic Editor to Gutenberg is definitely too many sudden changes at the same time. One of them being, for example, that with the Classic Editor all the formatting options were always available at the top of the post. With Gutenberg — as you could already notice in case you have played around with it — each block has its own options toolbar that appears at its top. Continue Reading →

Plugins, Tutorials

How to Create a Photography Portfolio in WordPress

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We would like to share with you a very easy way to create a Photography Portfolio for your WordPress website, no matter what theme you’re using.

Recently, we have discovered the Easy Photography Portfolio plugin and it’s already one of our favorite plugins and a must-have for photographers and other creatives.

Even if you already have a photography website or a photography WordPress theme, this plugin will be a great addition, as it will help you create a separate portfolio with a professional look, so you can keep your blog posts separately.
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Gutenberg Tip #4: How to Quickly Insert Blocks Using Slashes

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Gutenberg comes packed with several blocks that can be used for creating pages or posts. All of the blocks can be found by clicking on the “+” sign at the top-left corner or within the editor. They are grouped in several categories and each block has its own name.
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