If you’re ever using the Divi Testimonial Slider Plugin be aware that the plugin will create its own archive page with the permalink “/testimonials/”.
This is especially frustrating when you want to create a page on a website for testimonials because the Plugin-created page will force all links to go to the weird looking archive page with random characters at the bottom.
All you have to do is change the permalink of whatever page you want the testimonials to show up on – for example “/client-testimonials/” – and you’ll be set!
Tod hails all the way from the land of corn, Ohio. After escaping to Pennsylvania, he studied Graphic Design at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh. During his studies he worked for several companies including The Fred Rogers Company as an illustrator. After receiving his BA in Graphic Design in 2012, Tod worked for a small advertising agency focusing on print and layout design. After a while his focus then shifted to illustration and freelance for a few years before moving to Endicott, NY where he joined the Freshy brigade as a Jr Web Designer. Always intrigued by web design and development, Tod dived into learning as much as he can about coding with the help of his friends, coworkers and lots of determination.