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Does anyone know if it's okay to do a screenshot of a review from an affiliate website for products we're promoting on our sites?
Thanks in advance,
Paula

thanks

Hi, Paula
I would ask first. I know Amazon has strict rules about screenshots, etc.

Frank

Definitely better to ask to be on the safe side.

Thanks, Lisa.

Hi Paula,

I think it's better to first ask permission from the owner of the website in question... Unless it's specifically stated that you can use content...

Best regards,

Thanks, Peter.

Different vendors might have different rules and I've certainly done it with no issues. Probably safest to ask, though.

Thanks, Phil. I think it will be okay if I put "Review from "name of site". I'll give it a whirl. I don't see they exclude that.
Paula

Should be safe enough. I mean, why should any object to a good review about their product being published?

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Copying reviews from affiliate shop site?

Copying reviews from affiliate shop site?

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Authoring & Writing Content

Does anyone know if it's okay to do a screenshot of a review from an affiliate website for products we're promoting on our sites?
Thanks in advance,
Paula

thanks

Hi, Paula
I would ask first. I know Amazon has strict rules about screenshots, etc.

Frank

Definitely better to ask to be on the safe side.

Thanks, Lisa.

Hi Paula,

I think it's better to first ask permission from the owner of the website in question... Unless it's specifically stated that you can use content...

Best regards,

Thanks, Peter.

Different vendors might have different rules and I've certainly done it with no issues. Probably safest to ask, though.

Thanks, Phil. I think it will be okay if I put "Review from "name of site". I'll give it a whirl. I don't see they exclude that.
Paula

Should be safe enough. I mean, why should any object to a good review about their product being published?

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I want to switch one of my sites from the heavy Divi theme to a lighter-weight theme. When I preview the change, it's a mess and will take days to edit all my articles to look

I always go back to the latest worspress theme and then to a theme of my choice. Generate press is a good one if you do not know what

👍

Ps
First make backup with updraft backup

We do what Phil suggests too. It removes so much frustration.
When we ask Site Support to copy our site to a test site we make sure they understand we want to COPY and not move. We also make sure to set the test site so search engines will not crawl it. (settings-> reading.

create a staging site ...or get support to do it for you ...
do all the changes ...test it ...be happy with it...
then overwrite your current site with hte new one...
less interruption for your visitors and you can announce a new look site...
it is a pain doing it but loads have come away from divi...
if you want to go for the lightest method then maybe look for a developer who can use oxygenbuilder to recreate your site and tweak it ....
but you are then stuck with it...
or go with gp as a low cost option with pro or neve or blocksy themes...
good luc k
phil

May be consider speeding it up vs changing theme and messing it up, you could first test on a staging site before applying to main.

Resource

https://wp-rocket.me/blog/how-fast-is-divi-wordpress-theme/

Hey Paula,

Yes, I can well imagine it would look a mess. Divi is simply a pagebuilder, and it can be cumbersome to say the least.

What you could do is setup your site on a SiteRubix server, and make your changes there.

Then you will have your LIVE site to refer back to, when making your changes with the new light theme.

Once you get your site looking like you want it to look, simply back up the SiteRubix site and restore your LIVE site with the backup copy... and POOF!

You're done!

This way your live site need not be affected in any way, while you are making your changes.

Hope you find this helpful.

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Switching from divi theme to lighter theme?

Switching from divi theme to lighter theme?

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Website Development & Programming

I want to switch one of my sites from the heavy Divi theme to a lighter-weight theme. When I preview the change, it's a mess and will take days to edit all my articles to look

I always go back to the latest worspress theme and then to a theme of my choice. Generate press is a good one if you do not know what

👍

Ps
First make backup with updraft backup

We do what Phil suggests too. It removes so much frustration.
When we ask Site Support to copy our site to a test site we make sure they understand we want to COPY and not move. We also make sure to set the test site so search engines will not crawl it. (settings-> reading.

create a staging site ...or get support to do it for you ...
do all the changes ...test it ...be happy with it...
then overwrite your current site with hte new one...
less interruption for your visitors and you can announce a new look site...
it is a pain doing it but loads have come away from divi...
if you want to go for the lightest method then maybe look for a developer who can use oxygenbuilder to recreate your site and tweak it ....
but you are then stuck with it...
or go with gp as a low cost option with pro or neve or blocksy themes...
good luc k
phil

May be consider speeding it up vs changing theme and messing it up, you could first test on a staging site before applying to main.

Resource

https://wp-rocket.me/blog/how-fast-is-divi-wordpress-theme/

Hey Paula,

Yes, I can well imagine it would look a mess. Divi is simply a pagebuilder, and it can be cumbersome to say the least.

What you could do is setup your site on a SiteRubix server, and make your changes there.

Then you will have your LIVE site to refer back to, when making your changes with the new light theme.

Once you get your site looking like you want it to look, simply back up the SiteRubix site and restore your LIVE site with the backup copy... and POOF!

You're done!

This way your live site need not be affected in any way, while you are making your changes.

Hope you find this helpful.

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