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How to Fix Fatal Error: Allowed Memory Exhausted

/ Jan 17, 2018 / Blog / 1 Comment

One of my longest clients sends me a message today about her website where each time she wanted to edit one of her pages, an error with a message of Fatal ERROR: Allowed memory size exhausted leaving her unable to update her website. Good thing the error tells us...

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How to add Facebook Pixels in Your Website

/ Jan 5, 2018 / Blog, Tutorial / 0 Comments

Have you ever wonder why you keep seeing the same website on facebook ads after you visit them? Or perhaps check that product and decided not to continue? Then when you open your facebook, either in desktop or mobile version, you saw the same website or the same...

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Creating Divi Modules as Slides – Ask Nimitz

/ Oct 1, 2017 / Divi Demo, Tutorial / 0 Comments

In this tutorial, I will be focusing on some of the questions that our Divi community have. For instance, Maximiliano Alejandro Carlucho asked if it is possible to have a slider effect with a menu to navigate the slides without touching the bit of CSS. To answer the...

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How to Connect Your Website Email to Gmail

/ Aug 22, 2017 / Tutorial / 0 Comments

Not everyone likes to login into third party emails site to check their email, the good news is I can show you how to filter your email and open them in your Gmail account.

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Divi Custom CSS now on Front-end

/ Feb 26, 2017 / Plugins / 8 Comments

I have grown fond of Divi Theme, who else doesn't like it? It is very versatile in editing or even adding every section of your website. However, something is missing. Even when the front-end editor is added. That's why I have created a lightweight plugin that add...

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Removing Divi Theme Sidebar Left Line

/ Dec 12, 2016 / Blog / 0 Comments

Tested on Divi 3.0 which removes the vertical line in post/page with sidebar. Simple paste the code below in your child theme stylesheet, or divi custom css.   #main-content .container:before { display: none; }