Twenty Twenty Theme: Blog Better with the WordPress Default Theme

The Twenty Twenty WordPress default theme is used by casual and hardcore WordPressers from across the web. The main purpose of this theme is to show the power of Gutenberg blocks and help you get used to the new editing experience in WordPress easier.

It perfectly integrates with the new features and opportunities of Gutenberg and is 100% suitable for creative projects and blogs.

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Hotel Booking Checkout Fields is Out: a Handy Checkout Form Editor

If a default set of the checkout fields in the Hotel Booking plugin for WordPress doesn’t fully meet your needs, our new add-on is made to change this. The new Hotel Booking Checkout Fields extension allows you to add, edit or remove/hide fields displayed on the checkout page, thus, completely transform it to suit your business.

This will allow you to collect more information from your guests, for example:

  • Personal details required by the policy of your country
  • Require user’s agreements to comply with the policy of your property
  • Ask to specify the basic information, e.g., about pets or children
  • Add extra instructions
  • Add marketing-focused fields, e.g., to learn how people find you.

The process is fairly easy since you’ll be able to add, edit and reorder the fields in one place and instantly preview the settings of the fields in one table.

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Getwid Updates: Better Content Alignment Options & Improved UI

In this post, we’re going to overview the development progress of Getwid Gutenberg Blocks, version 1.5.0. We are trying to embrace the anatomy of the new WordPress editor further and are happy to introduce Gutenberg content alignment and sizing in Getwid enhancements you’ll definitely love:

  • The fresh user interface for some blocks will help you easily navigate through the settings and work more productively
  • You can now change common units of the block with draggable margins and paddings to tailor spacing and sizing to your needs right in the editor
  • Set the max-width content container for a full or wide-width website easier with the Section block
  • Add gradient backgrounds by choosing a suitable color scheme from a pre-designed palette.

Let’s get down to the details and examples!

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How to Make the Number of Adults & Children Flexible in the Hotel Booking Plugin

Since Hotel Booking version 3.7.2, you can make the number of adults and children change dynamically based on the guest’s search parameters and keep the tiered pricing set via Rates.

For example, in the previous version, if the accommodation capacity was two adults and one child, the room wouldn’t appear eligible for a parent with two children simply because there was a “one child” limit in the settings. In reality, a bed for an adult could be used by a child – and even vice versa in some types of properties.

The new plugin version allows you to bring more flexibility to this restriction by designating three separate capacity limits: for adults, children, and the total “capacity”.

This is a little bit different from using the “Guests” field since you can still have a tiered pricing rates system for children and adults separately. The rate will be updated dynamically based on the number of adults and children the guest chooses at checkout.

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How to Add Google Analytics to WordPress

Looking how to add Google Analytics to WordPress? There are two major approaches:

  1. Manually without plugins. Technically, you’ll need to get your Google Analytics code snippet and insert it into your WordPress website (we’re going to tell you where). Then you’ll be able to access the Google Analytics dashboard from your Google Account online in one place. The major benefit of this approach is that it doesn’t require reliance on third-party dependencies. As for the cons, for complete newbies, it might be a bit intimidating to work with code and the entire procedure might require additional time and effort.
  2. Integrate Google Analytics by connecting WordPress Google Analytics plugins. You might want to opt for this method if you want an easier way to connect Google Analytics to WordPress, need more tools or (thanks to some plugins) access your Analytics dashboard from your WordPress website.

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WordPress Groups in Facebook you Should Follow in 2020

Every person who learns and discovers WordPress is looking for a credible and trusted resources where to get the information. In this search process, they go far beyond blogs and simple WordPress groups discussions. Facebook, in these terms, is a new alternative information source with over 2,320 billion users, from which 1,5 billion use it daily!

There are also multiple blogs, where one can find many useful WordPress insights. For example, MotoPress blog, where we regularly post articles on WordPress themes and plugins related topics.

But still, one blog or group community won’t be enough (in most cases) to cover all the questions which interest the beginner; or to give the exact answer to the advanced user with deep code knowledge.

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How to use MailChimp and WordPress: Quick and Ultimate Guide

Regardless of the activity you conduct here, on the Internet, the constant communication with your audience and truthful feedback from it are two key factors to have credible relations with customers. To stay on track, there are multiple WordPress Mailchimp plugins, with the help of which you may effortlessly get in touch with subscribers, notify about updates, send surveys and conduct a thorough analysis of your audience.

Blog, online shop, rental accommodations website or company site – all of them are needed to communicate with the audience, to inform about new posts or products, about sales and advantageous proposals. In this case, there is no better choice than MailChimp for WordPress website.

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How to Send Automated Emails with the Hotel Booking Notifier Add-on

Sending extra custom emails to would-be guests and guests is a requirement for many hotels, but dull and repetitive don’t have to describe your email marketing routine. By installing the new Hotel Booking Notifier add-on for the MotoPress Hotel Booking WordPress plugin, you are free to send any volume of custom automated emails containing information specific to the accommodation type booked.

For example, you may automate notifications that explain where to pick up a room/villa keys, the guide on how to get to your place or where the self-service check-in kiosks are placed, ask to leave a property review, send a list of city attractions, provide more details on dining facilities and extra services, or simply send a custom welcome/see you next time email.

Do you do that? Then our new awesome extension will help you speed up the entire cycle! Let’s get into more details with a brief dashboard walkthrough.

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Massive Getwid Update: 35+ Inspiring & Slick Block Designs for Gutenberg

Happy building with Getwid blocks for Gutenberg? Take customization to the next level by playing with 35+ block designs!

Starting from Getwid version 1.4.0, you gain free access to the brand-new Template Library. This is a collection of ready-to-go professional block designs you can insert in a click and just replace sample content elements with your own.

It was created to help you address the complex customization challenges of modular design in Gutenberg, keep better design consistency throughout the website and basically make your workflow more productive.

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What is an SSL Certificate and How to Get it for Your Website

SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, which implies the digital certificate that deals with the website’s security. It’s a cryptographic protocol aimed at securing all types of communication/data transmission through your website (logins, passwords, billing information, etc.). WordPress SSL is especially critical for e-commerce websites that sell goods and services, for example.

The certificate allows you to protect the confidential information of your users and your website by sending data encrypted through the communication channels, thus making this data unavailable for snoop or change.

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