Google is doing what? Google is updating their ranking system effective April 21, 2015. If any website is not easy to view on a mobile device Google will drop that site in their search ranks. I’m scared! What does this mean? First, if you are paying attention, you might hear a lot of scary words like…

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There may come a time where you want to change the domain name on your website. If your site has been active for a while, you will have some ranking you don’t want to lose. Here are a few steps you can take to ensure you don’t lose what you’ve built up over the years. Stay…

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How do I make my website really popular? I get this question a lot. There’s not a easy answer. Or at least not a quick answer. There’s lots and lots of ways to help your website gain visibility on the Internet. Some of those things will cost you money, some those things will cost you…

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Some clients have been reporting an error when trying to update or create a new post with sites using an older Thesis framework. (1.8x) This can happen on servers that have upgraded their php. Newer versions of PHP (correctly) throw an error when the [‘type’] field contains a value instead of an array. The error is something…

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Adding a vCard to your WordPress site may seem like an easy task. Unfortunately, when you try to add it as media, it is all too easy to get an error similar to: “Error saving media attachment.” This is typically because WordPress doesn’t support that file type by default. “But WHY?” you might scream. “It’s…

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Question How can I tell if a site has a CMS (Content Managed Site) installed? I have a client that has a site and wants me to add a page to it. I have the login info, but I can’t tell if they use a CMS for changes. It doesn’t look like it is, but…

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Question I have an image I want to print on a brochure and put on a website. What is the best file type for each? Answer Printing — For any print job, the best file format is EPS. The next best would be a high resolution tiff — 300 dpi at the actual size it…

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Many print designers are being asked to create for the web, whether they have experience in this area or not. One of the biggest challenges I see for print designers is considering the fluid nature of web design. In print design, you can control every aspect, such as the size, fonts, leading, images, borders, etc.…

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