Tag: WordPress

WordPress Site Health Great job!

How healthy is your WordPress website?

WordPress needs to be kept up to date—no ifs, ands or buts! Fortunately, the built-in WordPress Site Health Status panel helps you know what updates need to be made to your plugins, themes, security and functionality. It’s color-coded: green, yellow and red, from good health to needs attention, … Read On ›

WordPress timeline examples

WordPress Timeline Examples

If you have a business, it has a history. And it’s a good idea to show off that history and build trust with your audience. But there’s a caveat. It has to be engaging! While bullet points of timeline text can be pretty snoozy, a visual timeline … Read On ›

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What is website accessibility—and do you have it?

What is website accessibility or an ADA compliant website? Why do you need it? And how can you tell if you have it? All websites should be accessible and ADA compliant, meaning, anybody with any disability or ability can use the site.  This isn’t just for blind people who … Read On ›

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WordPress for Virtual Conferences

Want to do a virtual conference, but don’t want to look like everybody else? Worried that you won’t be able to customize the attendee experience in a way that truly reflects your organization, or make connections with your attendees the way you would face-to-face? Going virtual— even when you have … Read On ›

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How to have multiple blog authors in WordPress

Want your posts to come from multiple blog authors in WordPress? Great! Here’s how to make it happen... Go into your WordPress dashboard > Users section. Add the person’s name and email, and where it says “role,” select either contributor or author. Here’s the difference… Do you want to post … Read On ›