If you would say a mantra at the start of a reading or prayer, why not use them in passwords when logging in to your WordPress site?
Now that I’ve posted to Medium and the Medium world can read my words of wisdom, how is it different from the competition?
Lately I have been consumed with the page speed of my sites. And after a million tests and pads full of notes, I’ve finally got this site down to an under-3 second load time. But it wasn’t easy to shed that extra 5-8 seconds. Here’s how I did it.
Create a WordPress Website is even more fully linked than the blog posts, connecting readers to yet more how-to information about WordPress. The type is large, and the illustrations minimal, making it an easy resource to follow as you work. The Table of Contents can be used as a checklist to help users get from zero to ranked.
I had the opportunity to use a cool new theme this week called Vantage, and thought I’d tell you about it. It’s very clean and minimalistic, perfect for a business site. And it’s responsive, so your site will look perfect on any device.
This spare, economical WordPress version is rather suited for Count Basie, since that is how he played.
Jetpack offers 30 plugins. So I’m not going to introduce all of them, just the ones I use the most.
Out of 19 named WordPress releases, only two are named for women: Ella Fitzgerald and Carmen McRae. Both solid choices, but come on! Are they the only women jazz artists in the world?
What makes Google Hangouts different from the queen of video chatting, Skype? Money, mostly.
I’ve used a lot of WordPress themes since jumping aboard the blogging train, but Inovado kicks ass on all of them. It’s clean, flexible and versatile, like a fine wine, really.