Wrestle no more with images in the WordPress editor. This freshly updated and expanded tutorial, including a demo video, shows you how to wrangle images with ease: alignment, positioning, spacing and more.Read more →
These tutorials are appropriate for those new to WordPress, or for non-coders.
Launching your WordPress site is just the beginning of its life on the web. You’ve conceived and birthed your baby… but now you’re in charge of feeding and protecting it.
Owning a website is a responsibility.
There’s a lot to consider, more than most people realize when they are just starting out. Neglecting your site means it could get hacked, suffer from broken links, or an unplanned update breaking your contact form. Any of which could result in lost search engine rankings, decreased traffic and/or lost leads.
Here are some of the main tasks you’ll have to do on a regular basis to keep your site in excellent health.Read more →
In situations where you are working with a development/text site and a live site, there are often times when you want to be able to sync up individual posts/pages, without having to migrate the whole site, or even the whole database. Until now there really hasn’t been a good, user-friendly tool to allow this.
Enter: WP Site Sync
As you’ll see from the quick demo video, syncing content is now a matter of clicking a button!
Here are 2 ways to safely make modifications to your site’s CSS and PHP functions, without creating a child theme. It’s based on my recent talk at WordCamp San Diego.
This year (2016) I gave a talk at WordCamp San Diego as part of the Beginners’ Bootcamp, entitled “Customizing Without Hacking”. It was an introduction to best practices for customizing WordPress without doing anything that will break your site or make it a nightmare to maintain.
Learning from the beginning how to customize the right way will make your future-self’s life much easier.Read more →
Navigating the free themes in the WordPress directory can be a bit of a minefield. So here are 3 of my top picks for free themes that are solid choices with lots of flexibility.Read more →
A common question I get from new WordPress users (twice in the past week as a matter of fact), typically arriving in a panic-stricken email, is "Why am I getting…Read more →