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Working with Skeleton Framework for WordPress

For the past few years I’ve used the Skeleton Framework as my parent theme for almost all of my WordPress websites. Skeleton is flexible and simple, as the name suggests, giving me lots of freedom to edit and modify as … Continue reading

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How to Communicate with Your Web Designer (cont)

Continued from How to Communicate with Your Web Designer The List of Websites This is often combined with The Word Document and is a list of websites the client likes, or sometimes they just like one particular aspect of a site. … Continue reading

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How to Communicate with Your Web Designer

My clients run the full range from nerdy-tech-savvy to completely computer illiterate and they all get their ideas across to me in different ways: The Word Document This is probably the most common way people get their information to me. They … Continue reading

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Common WordPress Troubles

There are a few things that can go wrong with wordpress pretty often. Most of them are simple to fix, and you may even be able to do them yourself. With the information below you should be able to fix … Continue reading

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Troubleshooting Steps

Whether it’s a computer, your car, a household appliance or anything else, troubleshooting is a matter of narrowing a lot of possible problems down to the most likely one. Basically: Check to see if it’s the equipment or device by testing … Continue reading

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Do a Website Self-check Regularly

Sometimes people feel like after their website is set up, they can just walk away and let it do its thing. Especially if it’s been a lengthy process, you might just want to ignore it for a while. Don’t. If … Continue reading

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How to Move a WordPress Site

I’ve done a lot of these lately. Moving wordpress sites. Sometimes it’s because I’ve made a new version of the site and it needs to be moved from a sub-folder up to the main, live site. Very often it’s from … Continue reading

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