10 Website Design Trends You Want in 2019 for Better UX
Web design trends come and go, but believe it or not, there's a reason for it. The digital landscape is always changing. What worked last year or even last month won't necessarily work today.
Website Design and SEO: Why Your SEO Plan Needs to Come First
Website Design and SEO: Why Your SEO Plan Needs to Come First Too often, search engine optimization (SEO) is an afterthought during the website design process. Website design and SEO may go hand-in-hand, but other priorities, like site structure, copy, and creative elements, often take precedence. Many business
Update on Gzip Compression
Gzip is a software application used for file compression and decompression. Gzip is short for GNU zip; as the program was created as a free software replacement for the compression program used in early Unix systems. If your host isn’t providing automatic Gzip compression, here are a few plugin options that h
Social Icons Showing Up as Squares!
We’ve experienced social icons showing up as squares a few times and have pulled together several fixes should you run into this problem and are looking for a fix. Fixing your Social Icons Showing Up as Squares With WordPress, no two sites are the same so there is no single solution for your social icons
Website Audit for Improved SEO and Conversions
What Is a Website Audit? A website audit is an examination of page performance prior to large-scale search engine optimization (SEO) or a website redesign. Auditing your website can determine whether or not it’s optimized to achieve your traffic goals, and if not, how you can improve it to increase perfor
WordPress 4.9.5 Security and Maintenance Release
WordPress 4.9.5 is now available This is a security and maintenance release for all versions since WordPress 3.7. We strongly encourage you to update your sites immediately. WordPress versions 4.9.4 and earlier are affected by three security issues. As part of the core team’s ongoing commitment to securit
Open source project trends for 2018
Open Source trends in 2018 Last year, GitHub brought 24 million people from almost 200 countries together to code better and build bigger. From frameworks to data visualizations across more than 25 million repositories, you were busy in 2017—and the activity is picking up even more this year. With 2018 well u