WordPress   How to Create a WordPress Maintenance Page
  • July 20, 2018
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You’ll occasionally run into an error on your website or need to implement a feature that may affect its functionality. This may require you to take the site down temporarily, but people will still try to access it. That means you need to figure out a way to stop that from happening while also avoiding …

Blogging   4 Examples of Websites Based on Modular Design
  • July 18, 2018
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There are nearly endless possibilities when it comes to styling your website. However, a lot of site designs tend to be rather chaotic, which makes it difficult for visitors to find the content they want. If you just put your site together one piece at a time without an overarching design, chances are it will …

Development   How to Transfer a Website to a New Owner (In 4 Easy Steps)
  • July 16, 2018
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Websites are much like any other type of property, in the sense that you can transfer ownership to someone else if you’d like. However, the process can be a bit more complicated than just giving the new owner your login credentials. Transferring a website is a multi-step process. Aside from your hosting account, you also …

WordPress   An Introduction to the WordPress Gutenberg Editor
  • July 13, 2018
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Thanks to its open-source nature, WordPress is always improving. Most of the changes made to the platform are gradual in nature. However, that’s not always the case, as we’ll see with the upcoming release of WordPress 5.0. With this new version, the default WordPress editor will receive a major makeover. This is currently known as …

Development   An Introduction to Usability and User Experience in Web Design
  • July 11, 2018
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Usability and user experience are two terms that get thrown around often in web design. However, if you’re new to creating websites, you might not be aware of what they mean or why they’re important. It’s essential that you understand these concepts, however, as they are at the core of your website’s experience. The easier …

Blogging   3 Ways to Prepare Before Launching Your New Blog
  • July 09, 2018
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Many people get an idea for a fantastic blog, and launch into the project without much thought. While enthusiasm is important, there are some things to consider before you start work on your new blog if you want to hit the ground running. There are plenty of steps involved in launching a website. You’ll need …

Site Speed   2 Tools to Help You Test Your Website Across Multiple Browsers
  • July 06, 2018
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One of the most frustrating parts of creating a website is ensuring browser compatibility. This is an important task, however, because your site might not look or behave the same depending on which browser is used to access it. Compatibility issues between browsers aren’t as common as they used to be. However, they’re still something …

Email   WordPress   How to Send Emails from WordPress Using an SMTP Server (In 3 Steps)
  • July 04, 2018
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WordPress is capable of sending emails out of the box. However, its email functionality is limited to basic messages, such as registration confirmations and password change requests. If you want to create a more complex email campaign, the core functionality will probably leave you wanting. The solution to this problem is to use a different …

Development   How to Pick the Right Colors to Use in Your Web Designs
  • July 02, 2018
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One of the most important considerations when designing a website is what colors to use. If you pick your website’s color scheme at random, chances are the results won’t look as good as they might if you took your time with this design decision. Poor color choice can even negatively impact your site’s overall usability. …

WordPress   2 Ways to Integrate Instagram With WordPress
  • June 29, 2018
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Instagram is a social media juggernaut, and most websites can benefit from a presence on the platform. Without one, you might lose out on a lot of potential leads. The problem is that it can be a hassle to re-post all your Instagram content to WordPress, especially if you update your site often. Fortunately, WordPress …

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