Whether you hire someone or you’re working on your site yourself, here are 5 things you absolutely never want to do. (I was going to say “no brainer” but that’s a no-brainer.)
Tuesday, February 6, is the start of a 48 hour BobWP WordPress Content Marathon. Bob will be posting tons of great WP information around the clock – podcasts, interviews, articles, and who knows what else he’ll do.
One strength of WordPress is that it uses an interface that most of us have seen before. We’re familiar with application dashboards, page editors that look like Word processors, and changing an app’s settings. Because of that, WordPress is a manageable tool for many users.
It’s really easy – all too easy – to lift images from the web. If you’re creating web content, don’t do it. If you work for a business or non-profit you could get yourself and your organization in trouble. That’s as good a reason as any to refrain from doing the easy thing.
WARNING: Test your theme on a test site. Do not do any of the following on a live site!!
Here are 3 things most people don’t like about WordPress:
This being my 5th WordCamp I have to admit the thrill is not quite what it used to be. Not that you should never go to a WordCamp which are held in many cities around the planet. You should go. You’ll find all kinds of designers, developers, marketers, business owners, bloggers and others who use and mostly love WordPress.