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WordPress Maintenance Services Keep Your Site Performing Well

WordPress is a very popular platform for Web sites with nearly 28% (and growing) of all sites built on the WordPress platform. This also means it provides the biggest target for the bad guys. Occasionally they will target a specific site, but that is fairly rare. Typically they just look …

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Creating Consistent Product Shots For Web Shopping

If you only have a single product to display on your Web site for sale, you can have images at whatever size and aspect ratio that you want. Even with only a couple, you have flexibility. But with more images, it is extremely important that all images have identical dimensions. …

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Getting Started With WordPress

On February 7, 2017 I’ll be teaching a class where I build a live WordPress Web site as part of the 2017 International Awards & Personalization Expo. I’ll admit it is a bit scary to build a site live, in front of a group of people. Why? Because it relies …

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Recap of Three Year Expansion of Unleashed Web Family

As the calendar rolled over to the year 2014, there was only one active Web site for us here at Unleashed. Yes, we technically had a second site but it simply pointed back to the main site. All of the products, services and content were stored on the unleash.com site. …

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Details Matter When Adding Products to Shopping Cart

I love designing Web sites for clients. My favorite type of sites are e-commerce because I can see that the clients are selling products or services. Want to know more about the service? Go to our e-commerce page. In most cases, we use a shopping cart named WP-EasyCart and it …

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Atom Hackable Text Editor Powerful Free Web Design Tool

Loyal readers are well aware that I do most of my Web design using WordPress these days. It definitely provides a lot of tools to make site design more WYSIWYG. Yet there are still many times that code needs to be edited to get things just right. For that, a …

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Who Controls Your Online Properties?

Recently I met with a local business in hopes of helping them with their Web site or other online content. While they were interested in having my help, there was nothing I could do because a former friend had taken their accounts hostage. First I mentioned that the domain name …

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Need to Constantly Evolve a Web Site

As a Web designer, I’m constantly talking with clients and potential clients who haven’t updated their sites in years. Sometimes it extends beyond a decade. Think about your own business and ask yourself if there have been changes in the last decade? What about the last couple of years? Or …

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Scaled Bitmaps Don’t Have to be Blurry

A few days ago, Jeff Harrison wrote a post entitled Scaled bitmaps on websites = blurry images. If at all possible, we should avoid using a bitmap on a Web site that is scaled. Yet there are times you can’t avoid it when designing a responsive Web site. Let’s look …

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Scaled bitmaps on websites = blurry images

Even a large entity such as the U.S. Postal Service can have graphics that are sub-optimal. Compare the difference for how the logo appears as of July 1/2016, relative to how it should look: Why does it look blurry? The logo is a fixed dimension PNG file, but it’s later …

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