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TablePress: One Table to Rule Them All

TablePress: One Table to Rule Them All

Jul 8th, 2016

TablePress is a plugin that you may not have heard much about. With TablePress, you can import a data table from Excel or another file type, then that table can be […]

Your Mobile Website View

Your Mobile Website View

May 25th, 2016

Have you looked at your website using a mobile device? 30-40% of your site’s traffic could be through mobile devices. A lot of that traffic might be from  first-time visitors as […]

Creating and Editing Links is Now Easier Than Ever

Creating and Editing Links is Now Easier Than Ever

May 16th, 2016

  WordPress updates come and go on our websites and we often don’t have a chance to learn about some of the new features that are introduced with an update. […]

Links and Resources

OWASP WordPress Security Implementation Guideline

Aug 4th, 2015

A great run-down of some simple processes people an enact to help harden WordPress.

Writing a Better Newsletter Subject Line

May 5th, 2014

Summary: Focus on the first 40 characters. Descriptive and well-written subject lines allow recipients to make an informed decision to get more details or move on.

Parallax.JS

Aug 27th, 2013

Parallax effect overload! Mobile friendly