WordPress technical support goes wrong

WordPress technical support goes wrong

I knew it was bound to happen. Despite all the security precautions implemented on client websites, I knew that sooner or later, one of them would fall victim to malware. Recently, Wordfence software kicked in letting me know that one of our client’s websites was...

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Put WordPress on Autopilot

Put WordPress on Autopilot

Some of my clients reach out looking to update their WordPress website. Typically, they had a friend or family member create the initial website and then the website was left alone for several years. As time passed, the website software (core, theme, plugins, and...

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Don’t neglect your website footer

Don’t neglect your website footer

Every website has them, but most footers don’t get the same attention as the rest of page content. When designing a website, most owners concentrate on the information provided ‘above the fold’. This is the information website visitors see first. Web page content...

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Common WordPress issues businesses face

Common WordPress issues businesses face

I consistently receive calls or emails from business owners who desperately need help with their WordPress website. Their problems typically fall into four areas. Their website is out of date, their web developer is no longer around, the required functionality is not...

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Annoying Website Elements to Avoid

Annoying Website Elements to Avoid

To stay on top of effective website design trends, I do a lot of visitor research. I like to know what website elements they like and which elements they despise. With an understanding of visitor preferences, I build better websites that keep a visitor’s attention....

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Why hire a professional WordPress developer?

Why hire a professional WordPress developer?

I had a chat recently with a potential client who was sitting on the fence about hiring me to fix his business website. He was not happy with the look of his website. Additionally, he was having issues making it function the way he wanted. The conversation centered...

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Google Mobile Search – The Last 50%

Google Mobile Search – The Last 50%

In March of 2018, Google started ranking websites using their mobile-first indexing algorithm. By the end of 2018, Google had indexed about one-half of all websites using the new index. With over 60% of online searches now conducted using mobile devices, Google shows...

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More WordPress Changes Coming

More WordPress Changes Coming

After several delays, WordPress 5.0 rolled out to the public on 06 December 2018. As WordPress is the underlying core to most of the websites I create, I had been using a WordPress 5.0 like environment for several months before the public release. Basically, the...

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