How to Pause JavaScript – Chrome

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When you are developing a website, sometimes you just need to pause JavaScript so that you can work on something. There’s nothing more annoying than that stupid image slider that just won’t sit still long enough for you to troubleshoot it. But how do we pause JavaScript? Internet trolls and people who don’t know any better will tell you to … Read More

Affiance Coaching Website Complete

Affiance Coaching Minneapolis Website

We are happy to report that we recently completed a brand new website for the Minneapolis-based business coaching organization Affiance Coaching. We worked closely with the owner to produce something that was attractive, modern, and easy-to-use. The resulting website is full responsive, mobile-friendly, and pleasing to the eye. We also built it in WordPress and utilize the Cornerstone plugin which … Read More

9 Tips for Writing Effective Clickbait Headlines for Your Garbage Content

Stupid Computer User Clickbait

If you’re anything like me, you know that the only way to trick people in to visiting your crappy website is to manipulate them using clickbait titles on all of your articles. Of course you recognize that producing quality content would be better, but quality content doesn’t grow on trees and you can just as easily deceive people into thinking … Read More

New WordPress Website Design for K9 Connection

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We actually completed this site last year, but I’ve got a backlog of sites I’d love to share! This one was a fun one. For those who don’t know, K9 Connection is a unique business that basically puts on events where dog-lovers can go and socialize with each other and with their dogs. Venues typically include popular bars throughout the … Read More

Using a Phone to Take Photos for Your Website

Using a Phone to Take Photos for your Business Website

So you’ve ignored the pleas of your web designer and decided to take some photos for your website yourself. Not only that, but you don’t even have a decent camera so you’re just going to rely on a device optimized for taking Snapchats and Vines to handle this critical business piece for you. I could go into detail about the … Read More

Solutions to Common WordPress Problems

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I’ve learned a lot of tricks over the years about WordPress, and I’ve found that many of the same issues come up over and over again. I figured I would explain how to solve these issues all in one place. This list is ongoing and I will add to it as more issues come up! Only the Home Page Comes … Read More

SSH / FTP Connection Basics + Tips & Tricks

SSH and FTP Tutorial

I want to present a quick jumpstart to connecting with and using FTP and SSH, which are both very useful tools. Let’s jump right in and start with FTP. Getting Started with FTP FTP is slow if you’re dealing with lots of files, but it gets the job done and is very reliable. I typically use Dreamweaver for my FTP … Read More

Top 10 WordPress Content Sources

WordPress Coffee

Changing out WordPress content is usually pretty simple, but every once and a while it’s easy to get stuck. I have assembled a list of places to check, in order from most likely to least likely that should help you to change anything on your website. Here we go! 1. The Post / Page Content This is the normal place … Read More

Removing a WordPress Website Hack

WordPress Website Hack

I’ve dealt with quite a few WordPress website hacks and infections, especially lately. While there is a virtually unlimited number of ways your site can be compromised, I am going to focus on some likely ones and the methods I’ve used to fix 95% of the sites I’ve seen hacked. These methods all assume that you still have WordPress admin … Read More