I’ve seen more than a client or two get the site-launch jitters just as it’s time to reveal their web site for all the world to see. Usually, the problem is that the client is concerned that the site is not perfect. As it has been said by others, “Don’t let perfection be the enemy
How many times have you seen, “Make sure to keep the version of WordPress you’re running for your site up-to-date”?
I’m taking my first steps to remake virtually every aspect of this site. It’s an ambitious project. I know where I am going but not 100% sure how I will get there. I’m keeping an open mind on my process.
Many people (like me) write about Choosing The Perfect WordPress Theme For Your Web Site. But we often overlook good advice on what should NOT be included in a WordPress theme.
In Celebration Of The 100th Edition Of The WordPress Big 3 Or How My Newsletter Evolved Over 3 Years
The number 100 represents a milestone. It’s a time to take stock and look back on where the WordPress Big 3 came from and where it’s going.
Like a lot of people these days I found myself with a little extra time to think about what is happening to us all. I just could not resist sharing a few thoughts with you as many of you are working from your home for the first time ever.
Here are two things that a lot of people confuse when it comes to WordPress.
I see at least one WordPress blog a day and frequently many more than that. It drives me a little crazy when I see a good looking blog not be as good as it could be. So here are 5 things you can do to make your WordPress blog much better