Even when making a change to a website is fast, the startup and wrapup work adds a significant amount of time. Here’s why.
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 … Continue reading “Tip: CTRL/CMD + F for Find in Page [link]”
Because there are too many WordPress tips posts out there already, I tackled today’s tip—How do I get rid of the “-2” at the end of a post slug (e.g. “example.org/about-us-2/”)—in verse. I apologize in advance.
Google Chrome’s application shortcuts are way underappreciated if you ask me. I use them to keep myself working when I need to work and playing when I need to play. Learn why I love them and how to make them for your favorite “web apps.”
You may have heard that you shouldn’t use the default “admin” account that comes with WordPress. This week, I saw some data that confirmed this. So read why, and if you haven’t yet, change your own sites. You’ll be safer for it.