Gutenberg Release

Well, it’s appears to be official. WordPress 5.0, code named Gutenberg is scheduled for a November 19 release. In earlier posts, we examined this significant update, and its effects for WordPress users. Supporters of the new Gutenberg editor like it for the following reasons: Gutenberg represents much-needed innovation to keep up with other website builders.…

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Sometime soon, likely in Q2 of 2018, there will be significant changes to WordPress. The folks behind the web’s most popular publishing platform, Automattic will be releasing WordPress 5.0. This major update will introduce a new page editor, code named Gutenberg. Named after Johannes Gutenberg, his introduction of mechanical movable type printing to Europe started…

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Questions that you should be asking a potential web development partner. Picking the right web development company for your business can be a daunting task. There are so many variables to consider. This guide is designed to help you organize your thoughts and help you to identify the best fit for your most important marketing…

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WordPress Website

We receive many phone calls asking why we are choosing WordPress to rebuild more websites than any other CMS. The answer is pretty simple.  Right now about 90% of our business is building WordPress websites. WordPress started just as a blog. A blog is like a diary. Here are a few reasons that demonstrate why…

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WOW! We just finished an exciting, learning weekend at WordCamp Atlanta 2016. Like I mentioned in my previous blog post, WordCamp Atlanta is a weekend filled with tools, tips, community for like minded people who want to improve their WordPress website. It may be a user who just wants to learn how to manage a…

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We are so excited! This weekend we are attending WordCamp Atlanta 2016. So those of you who are unsure of what this is and why we are excited about something called “WordCamp” let me explain. WordCamp is a weekend of learning and meeting other developers, development agencies, geeks, and just plain users of WordPress. WordPress…

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AMP

Google unveiled what may become the new internet. Their plan to speed up the mobile web is called Accelerated Mobile Pages, or AMP. When Google assembles an initiative this large, with major global partners it is worth keeping an eye on. AMP will attempt to do something significant: change the way that the web was…

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Wordcamp Asheville

A couple of weeks ago we were invited to present at Wordcamp Asheville, a 3-day gathering of WordPress aficionados. Our topic was ” Technical Support For Graphic Designers”. We shared how graphic designers and agencies could increase their revenue by taking on projects that may seem outside their core competencies if they utilized the help…

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website speed

How fast is your website? Have you ever wondered how to increase the speed of your website? Google has a tool called Page Speed Insights that measures the performance of a page for mobile devices and desktop devices. The PageSpeed Score ranges from 0 to 100 points. A score of 85 or above indicates that…

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responsive vs mobile design

In 2014, many companies realized for the first time, the importance of responsive website design. Quite simply, Responsive Website Design detects the device that is requesting the page and re-sizes the output to fit the screen size. Essentially, Responsive Website Design does this by stacking columns on top of one another, so a 3 column…

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