Currently posing itself as one of the easiest and most accessible ways of running a website; WordPress makes it easy for most people and small businesses to create and launch a website on their own But, once that initial website is up and running, there are the routine maintenance tasks like updating and performance improvements…
This simple how-to guide will show you how to begin to define your target audience for your website users to give a better website experience.
WordPress databases exist to store all of the content for your website, but they’re much more than that. We explain how they work.
The WordPress P is always capitalized. This is one of the social norms of the WordPress community, and yes, it matters.
If you’re working on a project that requires the sharing of passwords, here is a quick guide on how to send passwords securely.
Learn how to write alt text for images for SEO that will effectively describe your website’s content and help you rank higher.
Learn the basics of SEO, how to use it for your business, and get expert help by starting a Google My Business profile and Google Maps.
A step-by-step guide on how to create a featured image in canva using free online software. The post includes screenshots of the process so you can easily follow along!
This in-depth guide on how to choose the right images for your website covering image subject matter to finding high-resolution stock photos.
Quick Links Slidedeck for “100+ Site Audits: A Peek Into the Most Common Mistakes“ Presented to WordCamp Santa Clarita July 17-18, 2021. View a PDF handout with slides and speaker notes. Resources – Free Giveaway You can get an automated free website audit. A report with valuable feedback on your website will be emailed to you…