WordPress is a tradeoff. But a good one. WordPress was originally created as a blogging platform for civilians (i.e., people who don’t know anything about HTML). The product has evolved to become much more than just blogging software — it has matured into a preeminent Content Management System (CMS) that can be used to design […]
The Libra Program (described in detail here on our company Web site) is both a product and a process. In a nutshell: Libra is the name I’ve given to a Web design and development process that falls somewhere between the Make-Your-Own-Website wizards and custom development projects. WordPress software is installed on the customer’s Web server. […]
One way to encourage people to Join/Like your Facebook Fan Page is to embed a Facebook Fan Page widget in a page of your Web site! Here’s what Vicki Richardson (Lollipop Chef) and I did today:
Typically (and by default), a WordPress blog displays up to 10 blog posts on the main blog page and on any other page that is a compilation of blog posts (e.g., category archives, tag archives, and date archives). If your blog posts are on the longish side, this can pose a bit of a problem. […]
There are some significant differences – both from a structural and usability perspective – between categories and tags. This article attempts to explain those differences.