The Importance of Updating Your Website’s WordPress and Plugins
If you have a website for your company that’s built on WordPress, you’ve probably seen the update notices at the top or in the sidebar. While you may feel like ignoring them, these updates are vital to keep your website […]
Getting Your Website Ready for 2018
The new year is a perfect time to take a look at your website and do some upkeep or fine-tuning. As we head into 2018, are you getting the results you want from your website? Do you have other goals with which your website can support you? Here’s a quick check in!
Gutenberg: The Major WordPress Update Coming in 2018??
Have you heard of Gutenberg? We’re not talking about Johannes Gutenberg and the printing press, but the major update to Wordpress coming in April. It will drastically change how you edit your posts and pages. Here’s what you need to know before it happens.
The Quick Complete Guide for Business Owners: When Your Site is Hacked
If you run a business that doesn’t collect sensitive information like credit cards or emails, you might think no one would bother to hack your site. Sure, Yahoo, Equifax, and Target get hacked, but they have credit cards, social security […]
Cheatsheet htaccess Codes for WordPress and Beyond
While the items below can sometimes be done within plugins, adding them to the .htaccess file is more secure and often easier. If you already know what you’re looking for, the cheatsheet is below. Otherwise, let’s explain briefly what a […]
30 Reasons You Don’t Get Customers From Your Website
Ostensibly you didn’t spend a couple thousand dollars on your website to have it just sit there; you probably want it to attract some customers. After all, your website should be an investment not a money pit. So what happens […]
The Quick Complete Guide for Business Owners: SSL Certificates
If you have a website, you’ve probably heard about SSL in the last couple of months. Everybody’s talking about how you need to add it to your site and how it will hurt your Google rankings if you don’t do […]
Refresh a Section of a Page at Specific Intervals Using AJAX
Refreshing only a section of a page instead of reloading the entire page can be a nice touch for the user experience. Beyond reloading a Div when the user does something (say, clicks a button), you can also use this […]