If you use the sharing feature on WordPress.com, you may have noticed an anomaly between your post title and what’s shared to social services. Since the post title is the first field to complete when writing a post, it makes sense to fill it in even if it’s a work in (more…)
Fred wrote a nice, quick post on the importance of site speed over at the Press Up blog this week. If you’re fuzzy on the impacts of speed, or have been trying to explain to a client why they should consider going with better hosting this one will come in handy.
In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I are joined by Paul Gibbs and John James Jacoby. Jacoby shares what he learned and accomplished working on bbPress and BuddyPress full-time for six months. Gibbs explains his motivation to organize the first ever BuddyCamp Brighton, UK, that takes place (more…)
Google Fonts are now available on your blog — for free!
A great career in business could be likened to a well penned novel. It will be wrought with twists, sharp turns and will feature dull plateaus as well as the occasional apex. Woven among the exposition, rising action, climax, falling action and finally a resolution, the story line of each career can change very quickly.
It seems like 2015 is the year the 1980s and 1990s decided to make a comeback. Which is cool. I mean, I grew up in those decades and have fond memories of many of the films […]
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Yup — that’s right. Another month has come to a close. As I’m writing this, I’m enjoying the sunshine and a bit of summer fun here on the West Coast of U.S.A. (Yay, summer!) This month (as usual) has been another great month for Elegant Themes and WordPress enthusiasts alike. And just when I thought […]
If you’re serious about getting that eye-catching look from your site that begs visitors to do a double-take (and ideally scroll down or click on links), you shouldn’t be afraid to invest a bit of money in a great responsive theme.
So my news this week is I finally launched a new site, WPLift.Support provides complete support and maintenance plans complete with unlimited jobs for a monthly fee. I wrote up an introduction to the service here where I also talked about how I created the site and which plugins I chose to run the various
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