I’ve been looking for a stylish way to display a price comparison table for my WordPress Training classes and purchased the WP Tables premium plugin. It seemed to have it all including total customization of the table and cool HTML5 features. Read my honest review of this plugin, what it offers, what it lacks, and why I might not be using it in the future.
What would you do if you lost your website? Or what if an update scrambled it and you could no longer access your site? Those very things happened to folks who contacted me this week for help. Sites going down happen a lot more than you think. It’s a whale of a lot cheaper to invest in prevention than to pay someone to attempt to repair or recover your site and find what caused the problem in the first place, not to mention having to rebuild it from scratch. Find out how to avoid these issues and what you can do if it happens to you.
Hello Happy Site Owners! Today’s featured section is a must read because the Google Penguin update is hitting quality sites and site owners are having to beg spammy sites not to link to them. You need to be checking the backlinks to your site too. Plus, you definitely want to read down to the More Tips section and see how to avoid getting ripped off by gurus, coaches, and experts who do more harm than good.
Having a website is one thing. Having a successful site is another. If you’ve had a site online for at least year, you should be seeing progress toward success. If your results have been dismal, you’ll want to know what the problem is. Read on to find out how to measure success on your site and how to fix what’s not working.
Between Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Internet Explorer, you may have a favorite browser that you like for personal use. But, one of them is far better than the others for managing WordPress. Read on to see my two top picks and why you will want to use them too. Plus, the worst browser may not be what you think.
Hello Happy Site Owners! This week’s post is full of SEO and blogging tips. Plus, the release of WordPress 3.4 is just a few weeks away. See the video to get the insider’s view. And, if you want to get on the fast track to having a successful website, BlogAid is now your one-stop-shop https://blogaid.net/wordpress-training for WordPress classes and themes. My schedule is filling up fast for May and into June. Get with me asap https://blogaid.net/classes-contact if you want to launch before summer.
What’s new in WordPress 3.4 including theme customization and search features.
Before you go to bed tonight unlock your front door. Open the windows too. In fact, make sure you do it when you go away and then put a note on the mailbox that you’re gone. That’s exactly the way a hacker sees a site with a weak login password, especially when the owner doesn’t login often. Read on to see how to protect your site and keep hackers away.