There’s a little known feature in WordPress that you’ve probably seen, just never noticed. But with a little work, the ability the schedule WordPress posts can make your website appear much more active without much effort on your part. Why Schedule WordPress Posts? Let’s start with this one. Why wouldn’t you just always hit post […]
One of the things that makes WordPress great is its plugin architecture. With just a bit of PHP knowledge it’s possible to create a plugin that customizes WordPress to work just how you want it. But sometimes a plugin doesn’t work like it should and the plugin breaks your site. Maybe it’s just displaying an […]
Post Revisions have saved me several times when I’ve need to go back to a previous version of a post. The default is to save every single revision. And each of those revisions is an entry in the posts database table. A few extra database records isn’t that big of a deal. But limiting the […]
When you’re building a website speed is important. And part of that is keeping your images as small as possible. But you’re a photographer. For your site good enough is just not good enough. For the tip today we’re going to bump the quality setting that WordPress uses when resizing JPG files from the default […]
Let’s say you’re setting up a website for your new photography business. Or, maybe you’re not happy with your current website and want to expand. It may be time to look at the different types of hosting. And, like most things web hosting related, there is a lot of room for confusion. tl;dr version, you’ll […]
Up through WordPress 3.0 the default admin username was ‘admin’, and you couldn’t change it. WP 3.0 was released on June 17, 2010, but there are still blogs out there using admin as one of the administrative user names. If you’re one of them, change it now!
Going to have to file this under the obvious after someone brings it up. Once items are added to the cart, ProofBuddy does not make it clear enough process on how to view the contents and checkout.
You’ve seen a QR code, you just may not have known what it was for or what it was called. For a bit more detail than you probably want, you can head to WikiPedia for all sorts of information about QR codes. Basically a QR code is a two-dimensional barcode that can contain text. Where […]
It’s a question that comes up quite a bit. And when a question comes up over and over it means that I’m missing something in the documentation. So if you’re looking for instructions on adding a ProofBuddy login form to your main site so your visitors don’t have to go to the main login page […]