Category Archives: Website Basics

The basics that every website owner should know

OMG –or The Cobbler’s Children’s Shoes

Well, if you’ve looked at this blog in the last year or so you can tell it’s been a busy year (or year and a half almost). I was updating some clients’ WordPress sites–which you should do diligently once a … Continue reading

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Tips – Deja Vu All Over Again

I cannot believe it’s been 7 or 8 months since I last posted anything.  But, as some of my clients know, personal life sometimes gets in the way of business. Speaking of which. . . oh my gosh, I continue to … Continue reading

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Update WordPress

Updates to programs include bug fixes as well security fixes, so whether it’s your WordPress or other blog or your shopping cart, you should always apply updates when they become available.

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Browser Wars

It seems that more people are using Google’s Chrome to browse the internet than Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE) or Mozilla’s Firefox.    That shouldn’t make much difference to anyone except for the fact that Internet Explorer doesn’t always display websites … Continue reading

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Does Your Site Look Good on Phones

Smart phones and tablet pcs, like Ipads, are where it’s at these days.  And it just going to get worse (or better, depending on your point of view). Ecommerce sites should be readable and usable in both.   If you’re shopping … Continue reading

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