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What’s on the menu?

I recently helped two people makeover their WordPress websites. Both were excellent professionals in their respective careers but had no web design experience. Although I was able to help them both in multiple ways, the most effective way that I helped them was to reduce the number of items in their menu. Why are an […]

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Attack of the Mildly Annoying Robots

Sometimes you need to be a user to really feel their pain.  This site is a WordPress site.  I figured with my security and spam comment plug-ins, I was safe and sound.  Then I started getting all of these e-mails about new user registration.  Exciting, right?  No.  These all had reasonable user names but the […]

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WordPress Simple Paypal Shopping Cart

A friend of mine, Michele Albion, wanted some help updating her website michelealbion.com.  We discussed her site and how she wanted the site to look.  Based on our discussions, she found a new theme which fit perfectly.  We updated her WordPress installation, added a few plugins, and changed over to the new theme. She has […]

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WordPress Security

Siteground who hosts this site provided a WordPress webinar about WordPress security with Brad Williams and Brian Messenlehner from WebDevStudios. Please enjoy it!

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Top WordPress Plug-ins

At least 9 of the plug-ins on this list are used on this site: Akismet, Google XML sitemaps, Contact Form 7, WP Super cache, Jetpack, Wp-PageNavi, WordPress SEO by Yoast, Broken Link Checker,  and WP-Polls. Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually. Here is infographic showing some of the most popular WordPress […]

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