The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an European Union and United States law (EU) that requires companies and site owners to disclose the information they collect about their visitors and how this information is used (check out the ultimate guide to WordPress and GDPR compliance.)
In this tutorial I want to share you how to integrate Divi Builder with your MailChimp account. Building an email list is one of the most important things that can grow your business. If you build a mailing list, you will have the opportunity to send them your news and offers directly to their email. In my opinion, one of the best platforms to collect emails and send marketing campaigns is MailChimp. For this, it´s necessary to create an API key to connect your MailChimp account with your Divi Builder.
In your Mailchimp account, click your profile and select “Profile”.
After logging in your MailChimp account, clicK “Extras” and select “API Keys“.
Click the Create A Key button to create a new API key. Once the API key is created, copy the API key on the API key column.
Go to your site and add an “Email Optin” module to your Divi layout and select your server Provider: MailChimp.
Enter your MailChimp Account Name and the API key you have created above. Click the Submit button.
Select a MailChimp list from the dropdown menu on the list section. Save changes.
Step 7 (optional)
Configuring Spam Protection Account Enabling it will offer you a much higher level of security. First of all, you will need to create a Google reCaptcha v3 profile for your website. To do it, go to https://www.google.com/recaptcha/admin/create and fill in the details like you can see on this screenshot: When you fill it in, click on “Submit” button and you´ll get a reCaptcha Site Key and Secret Key. Go to Emil Optin Settings, choose the option “Spam Protection”. Click to ADD a new reCAPTCHA v3 Account and copy & paste your Google reCaptcha site key & secret key here. Then click Submit.
By default, the Email Optin module comes with 3 fields ( First Name, Last Name and Email ). You can remove the unnecessary fields checking Fields. And finally, customize it!
Any creative knows that photos are an essential part of making your blog or website look as beautiful as possible.
Many times we have little budget to buy premium photos and we find it difficult to find beautiful and copyright-free images.
Thanks to stock photography sites and the generosity of many photographers, you will find a large number of beautiful free photos to use on your site, blog or social media.
In this post, I’ve compiled my personal list of 5 best free stock photo sites I usually use for my WordPress Themes.
Every photo published on these sites are licensed under Creative Commons Zero, which provides users with the freedom to copy, modify, distribute, and use all of the photos without permissions or attribution.
You do not need to ask permission from or provide credit to the photographer.
Most of them constantly feed new photos into their libraries, so it’s best to take a look once in a while.
This is my favourite site to find free stock images. It´s really easy to use and has a good selection of stock images.
You can find thousands of free images searchable by popular, category, color,..