If you run a website where you offer downloadable content to your visitors this tutorial will help you ensure that the item is always saved to their computer. Without putting steps in place to force a file to download, some browsers will only display the item rather than download it. While simply
There is nothing worse than visiting a website that looks as though it is still set in the 1990's. As the years go on it is important to update your website's theme so that you are always using the latest responsive technology. Finding a quality theme that is also free can be hard to find. I've
Font Awesome is a popular set of icons that can be added to your website. Adding 'Font Awesome' icons create a user friendly website that is visually appealing to your target audience. 'Font Awesome' icons are CSS fonts (not images) so it loads faster. Why Do Website Owners Use Font Awesome
This is a tutorial for the video answers to top WordPress questions series that we have been publishing on this site to help users get started with WordPress. In this tutorial, you will learn: How to modify the size of text within the post and page editor by using default theme styles.
We hear it all the time... A fast web site gets and retains more traffic. And, traffic is the lifeblood of many an online business, right? And let's face it, images are often the main culprit in slowing down our web sites. So, how do we properly optimize the images? Is there more to it than
The simple download monitor plugin has an option that you can use to keep the download URL of the file hidden. This can be useful if you are offering some password protected file downloads and you want to keep the actual URL of those files hidden.
AMP, or Accelerated Mobile Pages, is meant to be displayed on mobile devices that often lack in the powerful hardware of the desktop computer. AMP pages are marked up in a special way, and keep speed in mind. They limit the tags that can be used, and feature a rule set of which can be looked at as
WordPress is clever with data storage in that it likes to avoid redundancy. And since, arguably speaking, storing data like the content of posts, in a database is a handy thing, so is storing "other data" within the same field and table structure. While I (Keith here) don't want to get into how
Creating quality content requires a lot of time and effort. A well researched 1000-1500 word blog post can take you between 2 to 5 hours (sometimes even more) to write. But is your hard work really worth it? Is anyone reading your content? According to Hubspot, more than 60% of readers never
In this article, I walk through upgrading the Custom Menu widget for WordPress to offer the ability to use the Menu Name as the Title for the menu, without the redundancy of having to retype it. I do not hack the core to make these changes. I add code to the functions.php file of a child theme. That