Signs of a good WordPress theme: one H1

How do you know that you have a good WordPress theme? It depends. We all have different business goals + different website goals. That said, it’s a pretty safe bet that most of us want our sites to be discoverable on Google. And one way that a bad theme can hurt your business or blog […]

Adding anchor links in WordPress

Anchor links in WordPress have another name — one that I think helps define them more clearly — page jumps. These HTML anchors require the tiniest bit of code but give you the ability to send readers + site visitors directly to the spot you want them to see. Let’s dive in. What are anchor […]

How to create a redirect

If you make changes to your WordPress site content, you’ll likely need to create a redirect. Redirects help you avoid broken links, aka traffic landing on a dead end on your site. The good news is that they are really simple to set up + you can do so right in your site dashboard. Install […]

Launching your new website

Launching a new website (or a new product, service, etc) is more party planning than anything else. Why? Because you’ve already put in the work for the first 4 phases: Planning, Design, Development, Testing + Launch. Spending time getting your ducks in a row + testing the outcome can make this final phase your time […]

Testing your new website

Now that your site is ready for the public eye, it’s important that you realize it’s not at all ready. Not yet. Before you publish a site, whether it’s brand new or a redo, it’s mission critical that you go through testing your new website. Broken links, browser issues, + faulty forms can cost you […]

Developing your new website

When it comes to building a site, the coding doesn’t happen until you’ve planned + then designed your website. Code without a plan or style is not going to serve your blog / business as well as it could. But once you have those two pieces, it’s time for developing your new website as the […]

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