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Why you need a Stripe…

How gPadlockreat would it be if you could take credit card payments directly from you website.

It’s not as if you have an online store, but there are just one or two services that you would like to charge for. You could use PayPal, but their fees are 3.4%.

Stripe is a really good credit card processor. (After all, even billion-dollar businesses like Salesforce use them.)

Their fees are as low as 1.4% + 20p per transaction at the basic level. Much cheaper than PayPal.

The downside is that they require a website that meets the standards of TLS 1.2.

Ours do.

We can set you up with a secure website.

If you use our Safe and Secure website service, we will ensure that it meets the security standards of the future.

(BTW we do full e-Commerce websites, too.)

Changing mobile menus to full in Divi on Tablets

We use the Divi theme on many of our websites. This is a powerful WordPress theme. Sometimes you want to use the full menu on tablets in Divi instead of the mobile menu.

For instance, on a mobile you get:


Whereas on a desktop you get the full menu:


The way the Divi theme works is that on TABLETS (e.g. iPad) you get the mobile menu. This might not be what you want.

Jake, our wizard developer, came up with this bit of code that puts the full menu onto tablets:

You will need to insert the following code into the CSS of the page.
(This code needs to go above any other code that targets certain sized screens)

/*Tablet Menu Shown*/

@media only screen and ( max-width:980px ) and ( min-width:500px ){

#top-menu-nav {
display:block !important;

#top-menu {
display:block !important;

#et_mobile_nav_menu {
display:none !important;

.et-fixed-header #top-menu-nav {

/* set the width, and right align */
#top-menu-nav {
max-width: 980px;
right: 0;

So now you know. If you need assistance putting this on your Divi-powered WordPress website, then give us a call!