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I used to think that using WordPress limited my ability to freely design custom websites. But after a couple of years of working with WordPress, I now prefer WordPress over any other platform. Here is why.
Have you ever wanted to add a new row to the copyright line for your own personal tagline. Don’t you wish you could program the copyright date to automatically update each year so that you don’t have to manually update it each year? Well then this article might be of interest to you.
One of my recent projects required me to add a brand new footer section to the Divi WordPress theme. It also required me to be able to use a custom sidebar that would populate the new footer area with widgets. This is how I did it…
Divi 2.0 is one of the most flexible themes I have ever worked with. There are just so many things you can do with it. It puts the power of customization into your hands. On this tutorial we walk you through the steps on how to make a “Ghost Style” landing page using Divi 2.0
One of the most common novice WordPress user mistakes is not using a child theme to make modifications. Fortunately creating a child theme is not very complicated. Check out our latest post on creating a child theme.
The Divi 2.0 WordPress Theme from Elegant Themes is probably the most advanced, yet most easy to use WordPress Themes available today. One cool feature is that it makes it easy to use social media links on the footer of your page. Unfortunately out of the box it comes only with Facebook, Twitter, Google + and RSS feed options available. You have to do a little tweaking in order to add others. This article explains how.
Are your Search Engine rankings slowly creeping down the list, or worse yet, a few pages deep? Although there are many evolving factors to great search engine rankings, here are a few reasons (with fairly simple fixes) that might help.
Ever return to a website expecting to find updated information but it isn’t there? Someone else can get the update on their computer but you still see the old content? Here are some tips to help you out.
Ok, this sounds like an article for techies only right? I mean after all, who cares about what the difference is between a Mobile Website and a Responsive Web Design right? But the truth is, if you have a website or even if you don’t have a website but you run/manage a business, you really ought to know the difference. Here’s why…
Here are some tips I picked up from a pamphlet I came across last year written by Richard Hammar, JD, LLM, CPA regarding 7 things every church member needs to know.
There comes a point when even the most routing tasks eventually become too much for business owners to handle themselves. There is probably no area in which this applies more than bookkeeping.