Wondering how to share support access to your WordPress website? Here are some steps and tips to take.
Recently I uploaded a webinar video on how to get your WordPress site running with HTTPS, and when I put the YouTube video URL in the post editor, it did not show up as a video. What gives? I thought WordPress supported oEmbed and all I needed to do was just add the URL. Try […]
Does your website say NOT SECURE in your browser? This webinar teaches how to get up and running with HTTPS on WordPress.
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I am a fan of using the Divi Theme by Elegant themes. However one thing that I have had issue with was how the google fonts were delivered to the site. I wanted a faster delivery for a faster sight. (more…)
I am a web designer in Napa, CA. I am sharing this so as to warn other un-suspecting web designers and developers – beware. Don’t waste your time as I did in back and forth conversations. This person is trying to scam you. And if they are, you can forward the email to email@example.com and […]
I am currently checking out the Divi WordPress theme by Elegant Themes, and I like it a lot so far. I looked online for an existing Divi Child Theme but did not find anything that suited my needs, so I made one. Then I decided to share it, so the next person looking for one […]
Building websites and apps has always required consideration of just what devices and software can actually run those websites and apps. With desktop browsers specifically, the internet browser Internet Explorer has always been the worst offender of keeping pace with the other major browsers and with cooperating with the technical norms accepted by other browsers. The only reason […]
I am a web designer in Napa, California. Do you need a website, but have no idea where to begin or what is needed? Here are a few basics to get you started. In a Nutshell In a nutshell, this is what you need: A registered domain name; A website – either created by you […]
Behind the curtain of your website is the code that makes your site look and function the way it does. Within the last decade there has been tremendous progress in the development and adoption of web standards. Web standards were created to “reduce the cost and complexity of development while increasing the accessibility and long-term […]
I have been working with Concrete5 Page Type defaults and wondering how changing them affects existing pages under different circumstances. From experimenting with Concrete5 version 126.96.36.199, this is what I came up with. Hope it helps. (more…)