Most people have pictures on their website. If you don’t have any pictures, you probably should! When these pictures are original works you don’t want other people using them. Another reason to add a watermark is if you want your logo on your pictures so people can identify your brand.
One way to help do that is by adding a watermark. Using a WordPress Plugin, you can automatically add a watermark to your pictures.
Don’t let your website be a victim of content theft!
Stop other websites from using your website content with their message (overlay) over top.
Some websites offer a “service” to create their own call to action over top of any website. Why is this a problem? If some other person is using your content with their own call to action or ads on top it can appear that they created the content.
They are getting the benefit from your content. Some would consider that content theft. At best it’s pretty shady.
Too many websites have a poor look and feel to them. The user experience of your website needs to be awesome.
One easy way to improve the user experience is by having your pictures displayed beautifully. How? In this post I’ll talk about the best WordPress Lightbox plugin, and a few alternatives.
In this post I’ll discuss how to update WordPress. Along with why you need to stay current, and tips for knowing when to update.
WordPress is a popular platform. And with that popularity, sometimes it creates unwanted attention. Having a large number of websites all running the same software could create an easy target if there is a security vulnerability.
Don’t let your website fall behind with updates. Keeping WordPress up to date also helps to keep your WordPress site secure.
In this post I’ll talk about how to make a WordPress backup for your website.
Nobody wants their website to go down. But if it does you will need a backup of your website to get up and running. Don’t get stuck in a situation of being without a backup when disaster strikes.
Did you make a change and lock yourself out? Did you make a change and the only way to go back is from a backup? Make sure you have a WordPress backup!
In this post I’ll show you how to find broken links on your website and fix them.
Nobody likes to click on a link and get an error page. It’s frustrating, and as a website visitor you usually just give up.
Picture this, as a website owner, you want your customer to go to a great post about something amazing but, instead, your reader gets the dreaded 404 error page. Odds are, they gave up after that error and left your website. That’s not good for anyone.
Another problem with broken links is that search engines don’t like them. You need search engines to show your webpages to potential customers, and it’s more difficult for search engines if the internal link is broken.