[SOLVED]Problems with qTranslate and Fusion Page Builder (Avada theme)

By John Negoita on Tuesday, June 16th, 2015 in PHP, WordPress. 14 Comments

Working on a huge project for Ba-PRO I’m developing their websites using the Avada theme for WordPress. Since Ba-PRO is a company based in the Netherlands it was necessary to add a Dutch version to the site. Implementing this turned out to be quite a challenge as the free translation plugins available out there is quite limited. Eventually I chose qTranslate X, but to my surprise I found out that qTranslate and fusion page builder (Avada theme) do not go well together. After some head scratching and other web development and programming techniques I’ve figured out how to go around this problem. …


WordPress Multiple Sites on Different Domains

By John Negoita on Wednesday, January 21st, 2015 in PHP, WordPress. No Comments

In this post I will describe the steps to take to create a setup for WordPress multiple sites on different domains. What I mean is that if you want to have only one installation of WordPress for managing multiple websites/blogs, each with its own different content and different domain this is the post for you. At the time of writing this post I am using WordPress 4.1, however this setup also works with other versions as low as WordPress 3.0 as far as I know, but with some slight differences in installation. Preparation In order to properly create a WordPress multiple …


Creating a PHP MySQL pie graph

By John Negoita on Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014 in PHP. 5 Comments

 PHP MySQL pie graph using the Infographic HTML Tags Library In this short post I’m going to show you how you can create a pie graph using the Infographic HTML Library based on data taken from MySQL. Some of the users of the infographic library have been asking this question so I’m trying to answer through this post. The Infographic HTML Library is created using JavaScript and therefore it is a client side component – that means that it is interpreted and ran by the browser. So, it is limited in what it can do. In order to retrieve data …