There seems to be a lot of myths surrounding the usage of WordPress. Being someone that develops sites for and works with WordPress every day, I get particularly frustrated when these misconceptions show up. I feel the need to try and dispel some of them, and so, here are four of some of the most common myths I’ve heard.Read More
Whenever there’s a discussion about using WordPress to build websites, a lot of times, we have to clear up a couple misconceptions or myths about WordPress and explain why it really is better than a traditional, static website.
The first thing that people think of when they hear “Wordpress,” is blogging. WordPress isn’t just blog software, but rather a very user-friendly CMS (content management system) software.
The holiday season has always been a favorite time of the year for me. I get wrapped up in the shopping, gift wrapping, decorating and, of course, eating cookies. There always seems to be an absurd amount of cookies in the office and somehow they also follow me home.
The holiday spirit begins a bit earlier in the office since we have a few e-commerce clients.
The New Year is upon us and with new years’ resolutions, new web design and development trends will emerge. Based on the trends that lived and died this year, there has been some discussion on what trends will live or die in the upcoming year. Here are a few predictions of what will become/remain popular in 2014:
Making a website responsive isn’t as much as a trend as it is a necessity, but as more people gain knowledge about responsive layouts and the more prominent mobile devices and tablets become, the more important making a website responsive will become.
You’ve probably heard it all – “SEO is Dead,” “Hummingbird Killed SEO,” “SEO Isn’t Real,” etc. Those articles always seem to find some traction 2 or 3 times throughout the year. While everyone is entitled to their own opinion, I have yet to read one of those articles that was able to prove that SEO is dead, fake, etc.