For anyone who uses WordPress, a WordCamp is essential, not only to stay on top of developments, but to learn, refresh, remind, inspire, and meet like-minded folk. WordCamp 2018 had come to Vancouver and we were going.
With 2018 under way, we thought it might be a good idea to revisit an older article we wrote back in May of 2013. Things change so quickly these days that it is important to stay on top of trends and most importantly, trends that your customers are following. After all, why not be in the same room as them at a party rather than next door?
Are you happy with your website? Are you satisfied with its performance and the way to benefits your business? Are you aware of the latest developments and upgrades from Google and Facebook?
WordPressWe think WordPress is a wonderful tool but is so much better with some of the best WordPress plugins. Here are our essentials and some favorites, updated for 2017.
In this 7-minute WordPress video tutorial, learn how to correctly upload an image and insert it into WordPress using labeling, sizing and alignment.
A “responsive” website flexes or adapts, sometimes completely removing or rearranging features, depending on what your visitor is using to view it (e.g. laptop, iPad, iPhone), to allow you to have the best viewing experience possible.
As outstanding and empowering as WordPress is, it is important to prepare yourself for new challenges and potential pitfalls.
There is a feature in WordPress that we feel has no use and causes a lot of problems for beginners and clients. Welcome to the “Kitchen Sink”.