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Updating Existing Files in a WordPress Site

Can we update an existing document in our website without losing the links to that document?¬†YES WE CAN! The Problem with Replacing a File A good example of the old way is to think about a document that is updated annually, like a policies document. Up until now, in…

Image Size

Size matters when you are creating web pages. The larger the file, the longer it takes for the page to download and become visible for your viewers.

Reserving Slugs for WordPress

As part of our Apollo WordPress theme, we included a short code for generating a Site Map for a web site. While a useful feature, in the past weeks we decided that we needed a way for all our sites to have a site map page created by…

Take Charge of your Broken Links

What are Broken links? Just like it sounds, they are links that are not functioning the way they are supposed to work. Broken links in a website can be a big issue. Not only do they cause frustration for users trying to use the links, they also cause issues…

New Tool: Broken Link Checker

Website administrators using the new UF&Shands website theme will begin to see a new tool rolling out in the next couple of weeks: automatic broken link checker. This tool will automatically crawl through your website checking for broken links in your content. If it finds any broken links, it…

Herding WordPress Cats

Multi-User WordPress offers a great out-of-the-box solution for managing multiple subdomains from a single installation. However, it takes a little bit of wrangling to break it in for a local development shop.

Herding WordPress Cats

Multi-User WordPress offers a great out-of-the-box solution for managing multiple subdomains from a single installation. However, it takes a little bit of wrangling to break it in for a local development shop.

Herding WordPress Cats

Multi-User WordPress offers a great out-of-the-box solution for managing multiple subdomains from a single installation. However, it takes a little bit of wrangling to break it in for a local development shop.