Last week’s episode of the WordPress Help Twins featured none other than yours truly as the the guest! We talked about WordPress…and cats on jet skis.
Google has guidelines for webmasters about the technical and content requirements sites must follow to stay in their good graces. You’ll probably be surprised how obvious their recommendations are.
Nonprofit WP is an ebook-like website that walks nonprofits through the basics of starting a WordPress site.
Oxford Dictionaries had a bold choice for their “word” of the year.
It’s hard to get a good cheap website. To understand why, think of website pricing like making a pizza.
The first in a new series of posts that let you know what I’m up to!
Tell me: What did you wish you had known when you first built a website? If you’ve never built a site, what are your biggest concerns and questions?
The benefits of blogging have been many and diverse, justifying my time and effort. Here’s a list of them all and the two “rules” that help me keep going.
I’m not a huge fan of Medium.com, but my dislike of PDFs is far stronger, so I was excited to see The Heritage Foundation find an easy-to-implement workaround for putting another PDF on the web. People don’t like PDFs, so if you put important information in PDFs, you should assume people aren’t seeing it. The PDF is dying. Study […]
I’ve got a guest post over at NTEN.org about my “best pratice” for making sure websites I build serve the needs of my client’s organizations.
Giving Tuesday is coming up December 1st, and year-end giving is just after that. Is your website ready?
Meet our newest—and first—employee!
Saturday, October 24, 2015, I was at McCaw Hall at Seattle Center, presenting at WordCamp Seattle: Beginner Edition about web accessibility’s importance for all website users and four specific techniques that beginning WordPress users could implement on their sites.
Documentation is often a word that elicits groans, but it doesn’t have to! You barely notice good documentation because it just helps you and then you move on. Here are tips for avoiding the bad and embracing the good documentation practices, generated during my sessions at InfoCamp Seattle 2015.
Do you know what CTRL + F on Windows does (or CMD + F on Macs)? In many programs, it allows you to “Find in Page.” This is immensely useful, particularly in browsers and word processors. If you don’t know it, join the club! Apparently most people don’t: 90 percent of people in their studies don’t […]
I don’t know why it took me so long, but it just hit me that requests for controlling website design are feature requests just like just like an events calendar or Twitter widget.