Google Webmaster tools is a set of free tools that every website owner should use. It provides data about crawling, indexing and search traffic and allows you to receive notifications about problems on your site. Perhaps the most important aspect of setting up your Webmaster Tools account and claiming you website(s) is establishing a communication [...]
Tables can be a very useful when you want to display content on a webpage. Comparison charts, price lists and team members’ contact details are only few examples of tables I used on websites that I have developed in the past. Creating good looking tables inside WordPress can be a challenge because it typically requires [...]
Welcome to the first video in the “Plugin of Week” series . In this video I cover a cool plugin named slick social share buttons that allows you to add social media buttons to your website in either a floating or sliding panel and see summaries of all your social metrics in the admin social [...]
Is Your Mobile Web Design Responsive? Responsive mobile web design is a relatively new design technique that enables webpages to adapt their layout to the viewing environment. When using it, one single website can adjust to display effectively on all web-viewing platforms. No matter if your site is shown on a desktop, a tablet device, [...]
If you have a WordPress website you want to watch this video. This is a webinar that was hosted yesterday by iThemes, the company behind the popular BackupBuddy plugin. The presenter was security expert, Dre Armeda, from Sucuri Security. The webinar is loaded with information for preventing malicious malware attacks and for making WordPress websites secure. If you [...]
The All-in-One Event Calendar core theme files are out of date and the calendar has been temporarily disabled. To enable the calendar, an administrator must log into the WordPress dashboard and follow the instructions.