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  1. I've built sites using Divi and other such builders, and it is possible to customize sites built on those platforms. Depending on your needs, you'll likely find that you will need to make styling or layout adjustments. No site builder is perfect and you likely won't find something that matches 100% with what you want to do. Most site builders have specific APIs or expectations for how changes are made. At least in my experience, even if you use a site builder plugin, it's rare that you won't have to code anything at all. The downside with site builders is that they often try to do too muc
  2. Looks like the issue is primarily due to the fixed height on .header. The set height doesn't allow that section to re-flow into multiple lines. Removing the fixed height would be the first step to fixing it, though you'll need to do some styling adjustments on the header as well, such as removing the left margin on the .header h2. Personally, I'd consider restyling the .header section completely, removing the background image, removing the fixed header height, and making it a normal <img> element with floated text. The background image and the left margin on the header text is the pr
  3. What is currently happening, and what do you want to happen?
  4. If all the data you are displaying is the same for both desktop and mobile devices, I would focus on using both the built in Bootstrap options and potentially custom media queries to adjust the layout to fit the device and hide/show elements as necessary. If the data needs to be different for different devices, sounds like the only way would be to build the PHP differently to avoid those errors. That particular error means that you have two functions that are named the same, so either you need to rename it, or if it's common functionality shared by both includes, you can keep one and you d
  5. You won't be able to switch an include based on the screen resolution. You can include multiple sizes all at once when the page is first loaded, and then use media queries to hide/show the correct content at different sizes. You can also assign a column multiple widths at different screen sizes. For example, since the grid is 12 columns, you could have a section that is 2 columns wide on large devices (".col-lrg-2") but 4 columns on medium devices (".col-md-4"). So that would look like this: <div class="col-lg-2 col-md-4">Column content...</div>
  6. Media queries are pieces of code you put in your CSS file that tell the browser which CSS to use for which screen sizes.
  7. I had to deal with a couple sites like this recently. Start by uploading fresh, safe Wordpress files, overwriting anything that's there (just the core Wordpress files though, and don't overwrite your wp-content directory). After, double check for suspicious code in all your theme files or in the wp-config file. It will be PHP, but it will most likely look like a block of gibberish (so you can't easily search for the text). Then, download/install https://wordpress.org/plugins/exploit-scanner/and the free version of https://wordpress.org/plugins/sucuri-scanner/, run their scans, and see if you c
  8. Yes, that is responsive web design. You can see Google's comments on that topic here: http://searchengineland.com/google-finally-takes-a-clear-stance-on-mobile-seo-practices-123543. They don't explicitly say yes/no whether RWD will boost your rankings, but they do say that it helps make it easier for your users and makes it easier for Google to properly index your content (versus different versions of your site for different devices, for example.) The primary tool for RWD is media queries -- they allow you to specify different CSS for different screen sizes. The underlying HTML will
  9. See http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_table.asp http://css-tricks.com/complete-guide-table-element/
  10. When the user submits the form, you'd want to store the data from the textarea, and then insert it back into the textarea when you re-show the form with the error message. Take a look at this tutorial: http://www.w3schools.com/php/php_forms.asp, clicking right through the chapters on making form fields required and validating the data. Specifically look at the "Keep the values in the form" section of http://www.w3schools.com/php/php_form_complete.asp.
  11. Well, the code you posted above only works for using integers, not "yes" or "no". What does your code that doesn't work look like? What doesn't work about it? What error(s) are you getting?
  12. Sure, I suppose you could do that, but it seems very inefficient to me. I'd create tables by grouping related data, so perhaps it makes sense to split the data if the content has different purposes, but if it's all contact information about a person, I think that belongs in the same table. I wouldn't worry about too many rows on a table (rows are horizontal, each representing a record in the database), but I would worry about a huge table with a large number of unrelated columns (vertical) I wouldn't worry too much about security on information like names, addresses and phone numbers -- th
  13. What does the code for your textarea look like? Do you have spaces between <textarea> and the closing </textarea> ?
  14. See http://www.html-form-guide.com/php-form/php-form-checkbox.html. If you want to use "yes" and "no" instead, you'll need to use "yes" for the value of the checkbox, check that $Active is "yes" rather than 1, and not convert the post data to an int (by removing the "(int)" in your code).
  15. Take a look at the first example here: http://php.net/manual/en/mysqli-result.num-rows.php
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