One of the first pieces of advice we give clients are to host their sites on WP Engine if they want to have nearly zero down time.
But if you don’t have the budget to be on WP Engine, you’ll need to make sure you’re running […]Continue Reading →
We recently had one of our readers ask “what are the best practices for cross browser design coding?” It seems almost like an uphill battle when we run into problems when our web pages look differently in various versions of […]Continue Reading →
I’ve been writing for almost 20+ years now and I still have some embarrassing typos or grammatical errors pop up here and there. It’s not a big deal when it’s in your personal email but yikes (!) do you want that happening […]Continue Reading →
One of the best ways to get new visitors to your website and to keep them coming back is to make sure your site loads up quickly. Most experts recommend having your home page load in about 2-3 seconds. […]Continue Reading →
One of the toughest challenges running a web site is to get traffic and attention to your site. As we keep emphasizing, relevant content is the way to get visitors to your site. But what if other people are cheating at […]Continue Reading →
When you’re building a site, make sure you check out your site in multiple web browsers other than the one you use regularly.
The ones you want to pay attention to (other than Internet Explorer and Firefox) are Chrome, […]Continue Reading →
There are a lot of choices out there when you want to use a web application instead of emails to discuss a project. Our favorite full feature app is Basecamp but it maybe too complicated for some users and it’s limited to one […]Continue Reading →
A friend of mine asked me about “must-have” WordPress plugins and I thought what a great way to start a post.
For the quick and dirty answer, here’s a screenshot (click it for a full size). It’s quite amazing that these 20 or so plugins […]Continue Reading →