Although WordPress is an impressively robust piece of software to start with, its real value comes from the ability to customise it to suit the varying needs of different sites and clients. It provides two interfaces for doing this – plugins and themes. Although there are differences between the two, it’s often possible to accomplish […]
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Are you an advanced user of WordPress + Genesis and trying to use Genesis functions in a plugin? Usually, you put your custom code for Genesis into your theme functions, but there are arguments for creating a custom plugin instead. However, complications can arise from using Genesis code in a plugin. This is because plugin […]
Do you own more than one domain for your business? For example, if you’re based in Australia, you might own ourbrand.com.au and also ourbrand.com. It’s a good idea to own multiple similar domains like this, for a few reasons: To ensure that any of your customers who try to go to the ‘wrong’ domain are […]
If you look at your the content editor in your WordPress admin area, you will see buttons to format your content as bold, italic, struck through etc. You can make lists. Like this one. You can add quotations. There is no button that allows you to add a table – but that doesn’t mean you […]
Recently, I made the decision to improve the title text of all pages of my website. The reason I did this was to make the text more enticing to click on in search results. As an example, plain old Brown Widgets was to become the much more appealing Beginner’s Guide to Selecting the Perfect Brown […]