Toolbar

Toolbar on backend and frontend of your site…

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  1. Great info, especially on opening new tabs….love dual explanations!!!

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    • Thanks, Debbie! Opening tabs can be a time-saver! There’s usually more than one way to do things…I like to give you the options.
      ~~Jan

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  2. is there a way to make these tutorials bigger?

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    • Terri, if you roll your mouse over the video you’ll see an icon on the bottom right. If you point to it it says enter full screen. Click on it and the video should be bigger. Press esc on your keyboard to escape full screen mode.
      ~Jan

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  3. Hi Jan, can I use my consultant company logo on the top.
    Gour

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    • Gour, you can certainly use a different logo in the header if you want to…however you have to be careful with the size. The logo we made for you is 67 pixels in height. Any logo that you use should be about that height. As the logo gets over 67 pixels high, the main menu bar starts moving down the page, and can cover up other items on the pages. So…you can try it and see if it works. if you want me to look at the logo, email it to me.

      Jan

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  4. Hi Jan, I am not able to view the tool when in the front end.
    Gour

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    • Hi Jan, I got the tool bar back by re-logging.
      Gour

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      • Gour, thanks for giving me an update. The toolbar is only visible on the frontend if you’re logged in on the backend. Sometimes, if you leave the browser open for a while and not working on your site, you have to log in again. Glad you figured it out! ~Jan

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    • Gour, as you figured out, the toolbar is only visible on the frontend if you’re logged in on the backend. Sometimes, if you leave the browser open for a while and while not working on your site, you have to log in again. Glad you figured it out! ~Jan

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  5. The videos are fantastic, Jan! You speak so clearly and the pacing and chunking are perfect for me. Thanks for doing such a wonderful job of getting this information to us.

    By the way, I can’t wait to give the piggy his cigar:-)

    Pat Merl

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    • Pat, I’m happy you are enjoying the tutorials. Thanks for the compliment! I’ve never heard the saying you use in your second paragraph…you may need to enlighten me as to its meaning. lol

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  6. Great Explanations.

    Dr. Edwards

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  7. I will posting helpful hints as a comment from time to time. In this tutorial, Jan shows you how to open the front end of your site in “a new tab.” Do it! I didn’t at first and boy did I get lost!

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  8. Jan has a rule at our house when it comes to technology. “If Jim Bob can do it then probably anyone can do it!” I am starting the journey through the tutorials and I find as I get deeper into the list, that maybe I didn’t pay close enough attention and “take notes” earlier. I suggest you watch the early tutorials, especially this one about the toolbar, multiple times. This will be key as you apply other tutorials.

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    • Thanks Jan for all your help, I feel I’m a half-step behind Jim Bob (that’s my confession).
      I do not have the “plug-in” on my tool bar .

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      • James, you won’t see that on your toolbar.. If you look at this tutorial video at the 15 second mark you will see an update as to what your toolbar looks like now. Since we do all plugin updates that doesn’t show up on your toolbar.

        I have faith that you can make changes to your site! 🙂

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