Better late than never!
The second part of the “WordPress & Taxonomies” series brings us to “Categories” and “Tags,” the two default taxonomies in WordPress and two frequently misunderstood features.
“Taxonomy.” That’s a weird-looking, poly-syllabic word that might be a bit scary, but you’ve seen them and used them all over the web. Learn what they are dive into this three-part series on taxonomies and WordPress.
In the interest of saving their time and protecting their site, I always recommend that clients avoid permanently deleting content in WordPress. Luckily, there are default features that make this easy to do and plugins that make it even better!
A quick quote today about how to make usable websites.
After my recent post on contact forms and email addresses, I tackle the issue of spam and “hiding” emails in hopes of avoiding it. After trying various security measures, I’m pretty cavalier about it all.
A roundup of excellent tweeting in December AND January from me and those I follow. Plus, take a quick survey to tell me what you think about the “Fake Follow” series. Interesting? Confusing? Boring?
More reasons to not force links to open in a new tab or window. Just because you can doesn’t mean you should.