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.
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 […]
Developing a strategic plan is an integral step toward any local government’s success. Serving as a road map for townships, cities, counties, and states, strategic plans outline broad goals and initiatives to be accomplished on a set timeline. Whether you’re trying to bring new business to your area, tackle a public health crisis, or provide […]