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How Do I Increase My Website’s Speed?

How Do I Increase My Website’s Speed?

By now, you can guess that the speed of your website is pretty important, but just a quick recap or lesson for those who don’t know. Viewers of your website get pretty impatient, pretty fast. They want your website to load quickly and if they have to wait more than a...

Creating a Simpler Checkout Page in WooCommerce

Creating a Simpler Checkout Page in WooCommerce

When building Starfish Reviews plugin, we initially started with a WooCommerce-based solution for selling and licensing the plugin. I really didn't like WooCommerce's over-complicated checkout page. I wanted something simpler and more straightforward. So here's how I...

Should my Business Have a Blog?

Should my Business Have a Blog?

While blogging started out as a way for people to share recipes, tricks, tips, and more, it has turned into for a way for companies to market their products. Companies can now share their expertise and establish their business as a leader, increase their ranking on...

What the Change to WordXpress Means for Our Members

What the Change to WordXpress Means for Our Members

I just want to make one thing SUPER clear from the start: we place a huge value on you, our existing members, and really love and appreciate your business and support over the years! So I'm writing this post to you to help you understand why we're changing, what will...

How to Create a Blog Post in the WordPress Classic Editor

How to Create a Blog Post in the WordPress Classic Editor

Where Do I Start? Do you feel like a deer in headlights at the thought of creating your own blog post? You might be thinking, I just figured out how to sign into my website dashboard last week. Let us help you start blogging with this step-by-step tutorial. Step one:...

Why Do I Need My WordPress Website Maintained?

Why Do I Need My WordPress Website Maintained?

Most businesses have a running, functioning website. Often once the website is completed, it is not thought about again until one of two things happen. Either you want changes made to it or the site crashes. When a site crashes, you then have to contact a developer to...

Image Size: Why it Matters

Image Size: Why it Matters

Have you ever had your web designer ask for a larger image or an image with higher resolution? Did it leave you confused and wondering what exactly the designer was talking about? Or have you had a designer tell you that they cannot use an image and you think they...

The Reason WordPress Needs Gutenberg and Needs it Now!

The Reason WordPress Needs Gutenberg and Needs it Now!

I recently presented on the new Gutenberg editor for WordPress that will launch with WP 5.0. I gave the presentation at two local meetups. I inadvertently volunteered myself by suggesting we have someone present on Gutenberg. Since I knew more about it than anyone...

How to Revert a WordPress Multisite to a Single-site

How to Revert a WordPress Multisite to a Single-site

Originally posted 1 Jan 2014. Updated multiple times since then. Most recently updated with info for editing web.config on Windows Server. Our company website here at WordX.press (previously Fiddler.Online) had been a WordPress Multisite for some time. I decided it...