If you are a client, and not a WordPress developer or designer, you may not know what Custom Post Types are, and certainly not why you might need them … [Read more...] about Why Do You Need Custom Post Types?
I've set up a few MailChimp accounts for different clients and uses. At this point, I'd say I could set up an RSS based email campaign without batting … [Read more...] about Contact the Locals with MailChimp
I recently had a fairly serious issue with my website which threatened, and at one point, actually did, take my entire site down. Thankfully, my … [Read more...] about How to Navigate Tech Support Without Losing Your Mind
Everyone else is collecting data, so shouldn't you be, too? It sounds scary, but it shouldn't be. My work is a mixture of building brand new … [Read more...] about Don’t Be Afraid of Your (website) Data
Did you know that when you have a WordPress site, you have a library? It's called your Media Library and it's full of every photo, video, or audio … [Read more...] about Managing Your Media (Library)
I have a bit of a problem. With an app I use. On my phone. To track how much walking I do with the puppy (note: I will never, ever be a runner, but … [Read more...] about don’t lose me with your email marketing.
Here's another neat trick which I love, but which was hard to find when I first wanted to use it. Have you ever wanted to show some information on … [Read more...] about control your excerpts
...and they need to be handled wisely. I was in a client's website last week and was concerned to discover that a scheduled full site backup had not … [Read more...] about Images are Important
(This is the first in a series of client tutorials, which I hope others may find useful as well.) When I hand off a completed website to a client, … [Read more...] about how to set off your content with headings