WordPress Workbench: Note Press

If you create websites for other people or businesses, there comes a point in any development cycle where you realized someone else needs to work on this site at some point....

WordPress Workbench: Layer Slider

Last week we took a look at Theme Punch’s Revolution Slider as one of the many ways to add content sliders to your WordPress website. While Revslider is one of the more...

WordPress Workbench: Revolution Slider

Sliders have become one of the staples in modern web design; it’s a versatile element that can be used to add a focal point to a page, display popular site information...

WordPress Workbench: RJ Quickcharts

Every once in a while you just need to draw someone a diagram before they get it, and using charts and graphs to display numbers has been a staple in infographics and at...

WordPress Workbench: Shortcodes Ultimate

With bloggers and companies looking to create better more interactive and user friendly content, WordPress default set of tools can start to look a bit anemic. Some themes...
Responsive

Responsive Design versus Mobile Websites/Apps

There’s been a lot of buzz about the impending rollout of Google’s revised mobile ranking algorithm; webmasters have been scrambling to get their sites to line up with...

Do You Need a CMS? Part 2: CMS Basics

In my post we talked about why using a content management system to keep your site updated is the way to go in the age of content marketing, now let’s take a look at how...

Do You Need a CMS?

As linkbuilding and SEO tactics evolve to match search engine algorithms we’ve seen a massive shift into content marketing, PR, social media and other marketing-based methods...
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