Basic WordPress Vocabulary

Do you hear people talking about WordPress and have hard time following the conversation? Do you have a WordPress website and are not sure what it’s made of? Below is a glossary of the most commonly used terms in WordPress. Child Theme – A Child Theme can be installed alongside a main theme. Developers will … Read more

Is WordPress right for my business?

Every business needs a website. The difficult question is, what kind of website meets the needs of your business? There are plenty of options: WordPress, Magento, WIX, Shopify or a fully custom built site. How does a business decide? Business expectations If your website will only consist of “static” pages with text and pictures, maybe … Read more

A WordPress site that works for your office staff.

A lot of businesses think of their website purely as a marketing tool designed to attract customers and neglect another very important benefit – making your office staff happy. There are actually countless ways in which your WordPress site can help the efficiency of your back office. The most important is the ability to collect … Read more

Top 4 things you should tell your WordPress developer before starting a project.

Most developers who sign up to work with clients are genuinely interested in helping the business venture be a success. They have many options while developing a custom solution for your website and the decisions they make will have long term consequences for your business. Some solutions are quick and cheap to put together, some … Read more

WordPress and JSON. Who the heck is JSON?

If you go to your WordPress Site and add /wp-json to the end of the URL, you will most likely see an entire page of characters display in the browser. This feature is called Rest API and we will demystify some of the content of the /wp-json page for you here.

Removing User Roadblocks From Your Website

Most businesses focus on adding fuel to propel their idea online. They look for ways to attract more visitors and spread their message. But what if your potential customers know about you and appreciate what you are doing but are still not interested in signing up, making a purchase, or any other number of end goals for your site? Consider if the online process which you interact with your customers has any friction or pain points, that stop them from making making that final conversion for you. Here is a list of important stumbling blocks to consider when it comes to your organization’s website, whether you run a WordPress non profit website focused on donations, a high volume Magento eCommmerce website, or any other site that has a specific goal for every user who lands there (which every website should).

What is WordPress Maintenance Mode?

WordPress Maintenance Mode is a way to hide the content of your WordPress website from the general public while it is being updated. This prevents your visitors from seeing errors or work in progress when your development team is working on applying important software updates.

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