If you want to add some credibility to your website, an easy way to do that is to add some academic references. Here is a simple process you can use to do that.[Read more…] about How to Add References to Your Website
As a creative netizen, you know that you can’t just download pictures from anywhere and use them on your own project. Whether it’s clearly posted or not, content online is copyrighted or licensed such that most of the time you must purchase or at least ask for permission to reuse it. Thus the evergreen challenge: where to get free pictures. If you haven’t already found a legal supply, here’s a suggestion: try Pexel.com.
As a creative netizen, you know that you can’t just download pictures from anywhere and use them on your own project. Whether it’s clearly posted or not, content online is copyrighted or licensed such that most of the time you must purchase or at least ask for permission to reuse it. Thus the evergreen challenge: where to get free pictures. If you haven’t already found a legal supply, here’s a suggestion: try Unsplash.com.
Are you having trouble uploading files to your website running on an nginx web server? If you are getting the nginx 413 Request Entity Too Large error, there is probably a simple fix. Be sure to check these items to resolve the problem.
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If you’re running a local development server (which you should if you are developing for WordPress) and you are on a Mac, it can be a very useful skill to know how to edit your hosts file on a Mac. I don’t do it all that often, so I thought that I’d share it here so that when I inevitably forget how to do it again, I will be able to find the steps again quickly. Also, if you are looking for how to do it, you can be helped as well.
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One of the best ways to pick up or improve a skill is to learn from people who are already experts. Thanks to the internet, it’s especially easy to find and follow these experts. If you are learning WordPress, want to keep up with the industry, or just want to connect with the community, here are 20 Twitter feeds that you should follow intently. [Read more…] about The 20 Best WordPress Twitter Feeds to Follow
“People don’t buy things for logical reasons,” Zig Ziglar once famously said. “They buy for emotional reasons.”
Which means: In order to gain customers—and keep them for life—you’ve got to do more than introduce them to your brand, business, or product. You’ve got to make them fall in love with it.
Want to see how it’s done? Check out this infographic. [Read more…] about 6 Ways to Make People Love Your Brand
So, you have signed up for hosting with 1and1 and want to install WordPress. The good news is that it’s a very easy process, and by following this guide on how to Install WordPress on 1and1 you can have your website up and running within 10 minutes. [Read more…] about How to Install WordPress on 1and1 in 5 Minutes or Less
Last week (January 30 to be exact), the folks over at the Twitter Bootstrap project released a new version of their framework: Bootstrap 3.1. The latest release includes several new features, bug fixes, and general improvements. Keep reading to learn about the five best changes in Bootstrap 3.1. [Read more…] about 5 Surprising Ways Bootstrap 3.1 is More Refreshing than New Socks
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