In this guest post, web designer Erik Parkin discusses the power of the internet as a tool of empowerment and independence.
If you’ve used an old version of Internet Explorer recently, you’ve probably seen some sites that look different than what you’re used to in other browsers. If they’re broken, that’s a big problem, but if they’re just different, that’s ok. Let me explain what’s going on.
In Part 2 of three, I’m looking at the reasons that ponying-up for WordPress hosting, plugins, themes, and consulting should cost money. Sometimes, it costs a lot.
Dilbert knows a thing or two about designing websites. Find out what we can all learn from this recent strip.
Don’t let your audience and content get lost in between the design and functions of your website! In this guest post, copywriter Lauren Appa encourages us all to ask of every piece of our websites, “Does It Clearly Communicate with the Reader?”
WORDPRESS IS FREE! That is a true statement, even if it’s not the whole truth. When getting started with WordPress, it’s important to know what you or your organization will and won’t pay for. I’ll be tackling that issue in three parts. Here’s the first.