Category: WordPress

5 Ways to Make Navigating Your WordPress Website Easier

SEO experts tell us that website navigation is an important part of the user experience. What’s more, giving users a positive experience encourages them to return whenever they’re looking for the products, services, or information found on that site. So what does this tell us? That we need to make our sites as easy to […]

The Reason behind WordPress’ Absolute URLs

Have you ever noticed when creating a new WordPress page that linking to library images automatically generates absolute URLs? The CMS’ default setting is to use absolute URLs whenever possible. Even though this can make moving a WordPress site from one server to the next a nightmare, there are very good reasons WordPress developers have […]