Category: Websites

WordPress Security Rundown: Take the extra steps to secure your website

There are some obvious reasons to keep a tight, secure lock on your WordPress website. It prevents a hack, keeps out unwanted users, and secures your data. But security is such a deep and important issue that runs through all aspects of your website. Google penalizes sites with malware and other hacking-related issues. The WordPress […]

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5 Ways to Keep Your Website Mobile Friendly

Why does this matter? Mobile-friendly websites are one of the most important things you can do for your website. So many visitors look at your website on their phone at some point. And search engines give preference to websites that work well and look good on mobile devices. #1: Keep your images small When someone […]

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Why You Should Use WordPress For Your Website

This isn’t another pro/con list for website platforms. There are tons of articles and blog posts out there that do that already in great detail. There are pluses and minuses to every platform. But WordPress is the one platform that will ensure you are using the tools with the most flexibility and the best value. […]

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A Case Against Website Sliders

Slideshows, also known as sliders or carousels, are a way for a website to presenting a variety of important information. The website owners feel confident that they are bringing attention to every corner of their website. Unfortunately, a slideshow is actually doing the exact opposite. Instead of visitors taking in all the information from the slider, they actually […]

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Why Books Make Great Metaphors for Websites

Many articles refer to websites in ways that were once reserved for books and publishing. Website elements that you encounter on a daily basis are the same elements that we use to describe books. They Include the Same Things A book should have an enticing cover that draws in the reader and should reflect the content of the […]