If your WordPress website is important to your business or organization then it is crucial that it be audited at least every month. Even if your website is just a "brochure" website or a simple landing page and doesn't receive regular updates, a lot can happen to it that will negatively impact your business or reputation. Here are some examples and stories of things that can happen if you don't audit your website regularly and the basic things you should audit when you do.
There are many plugins that facilitate a fairly easy migration process for moving a WordPress website from one server to another. But you should always follow these 2 rules.
WordPress Is Evolving And It Will Affect You Starting this year WordPress is dramatically and irrevocably changing the way it looks, works, and handles data. This is going to cause some growing pains and some people may be wondering why the company would change a product that is working perfectly fine. While I can't answer … Continue reading WordPress Is Evolving – Stage One Is Gutenberg – Resistance Is Futile
Back in the day creating contact forms was a bit of a tedious task. Aside from the script that handled the actual emailing of the form data, you had the mind numbing task of creating all the form inputs, building some monstrous table structure if you wanted even a marginally attractive layout, and building and … Continue reading The Ubiquitous Contact Form