Display different content according to language in WordPress

Mostrar contenido distinto según el idioma en WordPress

Translating a blog seems simple in principle, but it is not so simple. I’m not talking about the content even the template can resist. Although there are plugins like Loco Translate and similar that make this task easier, and even templates that come ready to

13 reasons to use GenerateBlocks

13 reasons to use GenerateBlocks

I’ve been using GenerateBlocks for about two months now and I’m very happy with the change from Elementor, here are the reasons why. Simple and minimalistic No unnecessary distractions, simple and minimalist, the hallmark of Tom Usborne, creator of GeneratePress. Four blocks with which they

14 Useful code snippets for GeneratePress

14 Useful code snippets for GeneratePress

Here are some useful code snippets. They are functions, filters and CSS that I use or have needed at some point in time for the template GeneratePressthat I use and i recommend. Some of them have come out of your support forum, an inexhaustible source

Creator Blocks, a collection of free blocks for GenerateBlocks

Creator Blocks, a collection of free blocks for GenerateBlocks

Math, from Skool Househas created a page with a free collection of 32 blocks ready-to-use pre-built blocks with GenerateBlocks, which he has called Creators Blocks and which he uses on his website. Copy and paste To use them you don’t need to import or download

GenerateBlocks, there is life beyond Elementor

GenerateBlocks, there is life beyond Elementor

On February 8, I finished the process that led me to fire and definitively uninstall Elementor after using it for almost a year and replicating everything on the blog with free, or not too expensive alternatives like GenerateBlocks. Goodbye, Elementor I don’t say goodbye to