The WordPress team is hard at work on a change – Project Gutenberg – that will bring drag-and-drop editing to your WordPress website. Existing sites will be affected. Here’s a first look at what you need to know to make sure the transition doesn’t break your site.
One of these days it’ll all come together. You’ll quit daydreaming & start a blog. But is waiting really the right way to do it? Not exactly. Here’s what to do instead.
A while back, Elizabeth Urello of Automattic (the people behind WordPress), wrote a post about whether a person should use WordPress.com or WordPress.org. That’s a common question among people with only basic familiarity with either flavor of WordPress. The article offers the best analogy (the freedoms and responsibilities of owning versus renting property) I’ve seen … Read more
The only thing worse for a website than a small budget is making choices that scream LOW BUDGET. Here’s my top tips for looking good for less $$$.
The wine, cheese, charcuterie, dessert & coffee (OMG could it get any better?) shop is open, the website is live, we just wrapped a Google Hangout for the first half of training, and Highlands, NC’s High Cotton Wine & Cheese Co. is looking good. Paige, daughter of owner Sherry and designer of the great-looking High Cotton … Read more
Over the last couple of years enough entrepreneurs and small business owners discovered WordPress as a solution for their websites that most people who use the web at all have at least heard of it. Many, however, don’t fully understand the difference between using WordPress on WordPress.com versus using the WordPress software installed somewhere else. … Read more
Investing everything back into your small business is tough. Jerry Jao’s cost-cutting tips will help (but take *our* advice if you need a cheap website.)