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From Admin – Appearance – Widgets you can populate the footer 4 column widgets that are included in the default theme set-up. To add content to each column use drag and drop. List of Cities is created with Text Widget – list style HTML and Font Awesome icons shortcode. This is a demo sample: <ul> ..

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Enable top widget area: You have two widgets positions (left and right) In demo – we added a text widget on left with Font Awesome iconfor contact details and social widget on the right. If you want to use the same contact widget and edit it with your info, copy paste each code below in ..

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DISCLAIMER:  As long as you use any cache plugins, the plugins will cache everything, including the currency cookies and the currency switch will show your chosen currency only after cache is deleted from plugin. This solution has been tested with a cache plugin so far – http://help.wpresidence.net/2016/08/26/how-to-use-a-cache-plugin-with-multicurrency-widget-dropdown/ Our hosting company installed varnishcache and memcache server directly ..

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IMPORTANT! We use https://developer.wordpress.org/reference/functions/sanitize_text_field/ which don’t allow ” & ” in password for security reasons.  In Front End – NEW in 1.06 users will need to agree to terms and conditions to register: New in 1.11 – a 2nd option to register with type password: Select in Theme Options – General Settings what kind of register for ..

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Video Tutorial – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCiuk6UOr88&index=15&list=PLEQZUYyA_PUktUczt5m8R4f2WMIE33pW3 Letting your readers know what you’ve been doing on Twitter is very important, especially when they can be turned into new followers and, why not, also future clients. This widget is easy to use and extremely helpful at the same time. Because of the upgrade to Twitter API v1.1, this widget ..

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