Spring is in the air in Minnesota…at least it was until this wonderful mid-April snow storm. I’m optimistic, however, that the snow will quickly melt and true spring will emerge! You’ve probably spent some time sorting through your spring wardrobe, deep-cleaning your house, collecting a pile for Goodwill, and maybe even cleaning up your garden. But how much time have you dedicated to spring cleaning your website? …That’s what I thought.
Have you heard of the Gutenberg Page Editor for WordPress? By 2019, the default page editor you’ve come to know is getting a major overhaul. Gutenberg will have a learning curve for many, but its creation by WordPress is forward-thinking and a step in the right direction.
If you’re not immersed in the world of website development, you may not know what a website plugin is. That’s okay! This blog post will give a brief overview of what a plugin is and some of the most important plugins to have for your website.
So, you’ve heard the term “SSL certificate” floating about the internet, from your IT team, or from your web developer. You know it has something to do with web security. But really though…what the heck is it? Well, SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. According to Symantec, an SSL certificate is “the standard technology for keeping an […]
Developers build websites using intricate code structures called frameworks. I know what you’re thinking…green code cascading down your screen Matrix-style. Unfortunately, it’s not that cool. A framework is just a bunch of code that looks something like this: Once a framework has been built, you can apply a theme. Think of the framework as a […]