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WordPress Gutenberg Editor

Gutenberg Is Almost Here…Guten-What?

By Eddy Pareja | November 18, 2018

Guten-What? Many of you may not be aware of a major update that’s been in the works for WordPress for quite sometime. The update replaces the very basic text editor used by WordPress with a new type of editor named... Continue Reading »

How to implement Structured Data for a Local Business in WordPress

[Video] How to Add Basic Local Business Structured Data to a WordPress Website

By Eddy Pareja | July 26, 2018

Add Local Business Structured Data to a WordPress Site This is a quick video on how to add some basic Local Business Structured Data on your website. For this demonstration, I’ve set up a basic WordPress installation using the default... Continue Reading »

WordPress Website Care & Maintenance Plans

Does Your Website Need an Oil Change? WordPress Website Care & Maintenance

By Liz Eisworth | December 15, 2017

When I was 16, I inherited my mom’s blue mustang. I loved driving that car, and I put a LOT of miles on it chauffeuring my friends around. I loved that car all the way up until the day the... Continue Reading »

How to Set Facebook Open Graph Tags

How to Set Open Graph Tags in WordPress

By Liz Eisworth | March 10, 2017

There are many ways to set Open Graph Tags in WordPress, but following is a list of some of the popular plugin options that help in setting Open Graph tags in a WordPress website.

Learn how to set Open Graph tags »

5 Basic On-Page SEO Techniques Every Site Should Use

By Liz Eisworth | July 26, 2016

In this post we discuss the most important basic on-page SEO techniques that are the first steps to creating a strong on-page SEO foundation for your website.

Start with these 5 On-Page SEO components when optimizing a page.

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WordPress 4.5 Coleman Release Feature Highlights

By Eddy Pareja | April 13, 2016

WordPress 4.5 released yesterday. This is a feature release, which means it isn’t addressing any website security vulnerabilities to prevent hacks, it’s just full of fun new features.

Check out the highlights of the release »

Mobile Responsive Website Redesign: Wildfire Marketing

By Liz Eisworth | January 29, 2016

While happy with the look and feel of the current web design, Wildfire Marketing was ready to undertake a website redesign to be mobile responsive in order to meet the Google standards for mobile-friendliness put in place in 2015.

Project Recap »

WordPress Security Release 4.4.1

WordPress Security Release 4.4.1: Immediate Update Recommended

By Eddy Pareja | January 7, 2016

WordPress 4.4.1 is now available. This is a security release for all previous versions and WordPress strongly encourages everyone to update sites immediately. WordPress versions 4.4 and earlier are affected by a cross-site scripting vulnerability that could allow a site to be compromised. This... Continue Reading »

How to Add a Link in a Tablepress Table

By Liz Eisworth | October 28, 2015

Working with the TablePress WordPress Plugin The TablePress WordPress plugin allows you to easily create and manage beautiful tables on your WordPress website without needing to know HTML. You can embed the tables into posts, pages, or text widgets with a simple... Continue Reading »