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Good Call to Action Examples to Make People Actually Act
A call to action is an invitation to the visitor in the form of a text, a button, or a powerful headline to persuade them to act.
How to Use Elementor with WordPress (A Complete Guide)
Overview: Using Elementor is one of the easiest tools for WordPress page builder — and this is how to use it
How to Get Your WordPress Site Up if it’s Down
Overview: Learn what to do if your WordPress site goes down
3 Easy Ways to Edit a Footer in WordPress Like a Pro
Overview: Edit your website’s footer area to help visitors, improve SEO, and your business All top WordPress themes come with a footer widget area that’s easy to edit. However, editing the footer can be tricky because some themes do things differently than other themes. That is, how you edit a footer in one theme might …
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3 Easy Ways to Install Fonts to Your WordPress Website
Most fonts are designed to make communication easier, so it’s probably time to change your website font if you find that it’s making your message difficult to read… literally.
7 tips to help small business owner’s choose the best WordPress theme
A comprehensive understanding of factors that determine how to choose the right WordPress theme for your business
Understanding encrypted traffic (the invisible website killer)
Inspecting encrypted traffic to avoid malicious users or programs from harming your website Traffic encryption, known officially as hypertext transfer protocol secure (HTTPS), is a method of securing the transmission of information to and from a website. It could also be the #1 killer of your website. We’re all about solving website problems and addressing …
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How WordPress Has Changed Over The Past 10 Years
Overview: From the abandoned b2/Cafelog software to the world’s largest blogging platform, we’re celebrating a recent anniversary by taking a look at the evolution of WordPress! We can’t talk about the history of websites and blogging without taking into consideration the history of WordPress — blogging, websites, and WordPress are almost synonymous at this point …
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2021 pre-launch WordPress checklist: 21 dos and don’ts (part II)
Overview: Media; grammar (it’s “you’re,” not “your”); security — before you launch your WordPress site this year, be sure to do these things for a successful post-launch. Previously, we listed out 9 things you should pay attention to before launching a WordPress website… and the list goes on. We said it before and we’ll say …
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