Category: WordPress

How Navigable Is Your WordPress Site?

The biggest strength of WordPress as a content management system is also its biggest weakness. That strength is the ability to build a professional looking website without any formal web development training. How is it weakness? Because it sometimes leads to website owners ignorantly creating sites that actually do more harm than good. A case […]

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What Happened to the Justify Button in WordPress?

Last year, many WordPress users comfortable with the underline and justify buttons in the text editor suddenly noticed those buttons were missing. It turns out that the problem was no accident. The buttons were purposely removed by developers when WordPress released version 4.7. They were removed to much consternation among those who had grown accustomed […]

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3 Ways to Temporarily Suspend a WordPress Site

From time to time, it may become necessary for WordPress users to temporarily suspend their websites. For example, a business might decide to reorganize under a new name or completely overhaul their operations. There might be situations where an organization is not sure about their future direction, so they choose to make their website go […]

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A/B Testing: 4 Reasons to Test Your WordPress Site

A/B testing is something software developers are intimately familiar with. Website designers also employ the practice. You are neither a software developer nor a professional website designer, so does this matter to you? You bet. Even WordPress users who handle all their work in-house need to take advantage of A/B testing. A/B testing is simply […]

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