Woo Themes Canvas Tip Change drop down menu font color

add this code to your custom.css file in editor screen to change font color of drop down menu


/* Changes the default background color of the nav menus */
#navigation ul.nav > li a:hover {
background: #316594;
color: #FFFFFF;

/* Changes the default background color of the drop down menus */
#navigation ul.nav ul {
background: #D0D9E0;

/* Changes the default background color of a drop down menu with a child */
ul.nav li ul li a:hover {
text-decoration: none;
background: #316594 !important;
color: #FFFFFF !important;

Woo Themes Canvas Move Primary Menu Center

To move primary menu in woo themes Canvas copy and paste the code below in your custom.css file in editor screen.

Center primary navigation menu

Place in custom.css

#navigation {
position: relative;
#main-nav {
clear: left;
float: left;
list-style: none;
margin: 0;
padding: 0;
position: relative;
left: 50%;
text-align: center;
.nav li {
display: block;
float: left;
list-style: none;
margin: 0;
padding: 0;
position: relative;
right: 50%;
.nav li:hover, .nav li.hover {
position: relative;
.nav li ul li {
left: 0;

How to Bulk Upload Files to the WordPress Media Library Using FTP

Do you need upload files via your FTP to your wordpress uploads directory? Or have you moved your site to another host and need to re-link all the images from your pages and blog?

Unfortunately, you can’t just simply copy files into the Uploads folders in your WordPress directory. While the files will appear in your folder, they will not appear in your media library. WordPress doesn’t not recognize files that are not uploaded via the dashboard uploader. But don’t panic in a few steps you can get all your media files up and running.

Step 1:

First off you need to download and install a FTP software. I recommend using FileZilla: FileZilla is a cross-platform graphical FTP, SFTP, and FTPS file management tool for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, and more. With tons of intuitive tools, FileZilla helps you quickly move files between your computer and Web server. If you plan to use FileZilla regularly, you might like the advanced features like manual configuration and speed limit monitoring. While FTP may seem outdated, it’s actually a very reliable way to transfer large files or groups of files to your Web server. And, with FileZilla, you can deploy.

Download: FileZilla Here (please note: you want to download the client version not the server)

You also need to make sure an FTP account is set up on the server. If you don’t have access to a Cpanel or hosting account call your hosting provider and they should be able to help you set one up.

Step 2:

Now that you have downloaded your favorite FTP software you need to connect to your server. To do this you need the following credentials below:

  • hostname
  • username
  • password

Once you log in drag and drop your upload folders in the wp-content >> uploads folder. Do not change the name of the folders.

  • For Example: (you want to move the entire folder into the uploads directory of your word press installation)

Step 3:

Once you have finished with the upload you will notice the files are not showing up in your media folder. You need to relink them using the plugin: Add From Server:

The Add From Server plugin offers a simple solution to bulk uploading media to your site. The plugin lets you import media and files into the WordPress Uploads folder from any location on your server.

To use the plugin, install and activate it. Then go to either the Plugins interface and click on Add From Server > Import Files or in the admin sidebar go to Media > Add From Server.

The plugin will display folders in your WordPress directory. Choose the location of your files and check each of the files you want to upload to your media library. If you want to select all files, check the box next to “File” at the top.

Hope this helps Cheers!!!!

How to upload an image to your WordPress Media Library

How to upload an image to your WordPress Media Library

This is a step by step process on how to upload an image to your WordPress media library.

Step 1: login to your WordPress dashboard via yourdomain.com/wp-admin

Step 2: Navigate to your wordpress Media library – Media >>>Add New

Step 3: Click on select files

Step 4: Navigate to the desired file.

Step 5: let upload finish.

How to delete a WordPress plugin

Need to delete a WordPress Plugin? Below is a video and a step by step process on how to delete a WordPress plugin.


Step 1: Log into your wordpress back-end via yourdomain.com/wp-admin

Step 2: On the left pane navigate to plugins >>> installed plugins

Step 3: Find the plugin you want to delete. (make sure plugin is deactivated first or you wont be able to delete it.

Step 4: Click delete

Step 5: Click on yes delete all files..



How to install a WordPress plugin

WordPress is a free and open source blogging tool and a content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL, which runs on a web hosting service. Features include a plugin architecture and a template system.

Below I will show you how to install a plugin on WordPress.




Step 1: Download your plugin to your PC/Mac


Step 2: Log into your WordPress site via www.mydomian.com/wp-admin


Step 3: Once in the dashboard navigate to plugins. Hover over plugins and click on Add New


Step 4: Click on upload blink.


Step 5: Click on browse button and locate the plugin file you just downloaded.


Step 6: Once you have located the file click on Install Now button.


Step 7: Activate plugin