I’m a designer, so I can’t help myself: I love to redesign my site. Maybe not as much as Brian Gardner, the founder of StudioPress, who seems to have a new design every time he spits out a blog post. (We love you, Brian. And yes, this is an intervention.) In the past three years, […]
Is there a way to minimize spam being sent through your contact form? If you’re using the Contact Form 7 plugin, there sure is. Two ways, in fact — neither of which involve captchas — and they only take a few minutes to implement. Akismet to the Rescue Akismet is a spam-fighting plugin you most […]
Embedding a Google Calendar is a great way to share your business’ events, schedule of classes, or whatever you use Google Calendar for.
However, the default one-month-at-a-time view may not work for you. Would you rather display just a week at a time? Is that possible. It sure is. And it’s pretty easy to do, too.
Google’s email service, Gmail, is pretty much ubiquitous, and for good reason. It’s relatively easy to use, most email software is designed for it, and it does the best job of spam filtering of any email solution I’ve seen. And, it’s free. How cool is that?
Here’s how to take your [email protected] email address and run it through a Google account, so you can send and receive email via gmail without anyone seeing your @gmail.com address.
A look at a few ways to accommodate mobile devices with your website, including responsive themes. Includes a brief history of the world.
Are your visitors lost? Are you making it easy on them to know how to find what they’re looking for? Are you headed for a happy ending, or a disappointing click-away? Don’t be that guy. Lend your visitors a hand and show them where to go to get your best stuff.