Basic overview of what widgets are in WordPress and how to use them.
URL stands for Universal Resource Locator. It’s the entry in the registry that connects your payment account to the ownership of a ‘domain name’. All domain names are owned by proxy by a registrar. This is why you go to a “registrar” to purchase a domain name – not your host. Some hosts also function [Read More…]
Security doesn’t just mean building things right- it means updating EVERY time. There’s a myth that WordPress has bad security because so many people who have WordPress sites have had them hacked. The truth is that 30% of the ENTIRE internet runs on WordPress which makes it a hot target for hackers. The developers are [Read More…]
Here’s a quick bare-bones guide for building. Whether you are doing it yourself, or have a developer, it’s super helpful to understand these steps. When tech systems are drag and drop and things can be built quickly, it gives all of us an exaggerated sense of how efficient tech can be. Some parts work easily- [Read More…]
Most people would describe their site as an electronic brochure not as a marketing tool. If you are pulling new business from other kinds of marketing like in person meetings or print advertising that makes sense. We tend to think that Google (or any other search engine) magically puts our site in front of new [Read More…]