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What exactly is a responsive website? A responsive website's look and feel changes "responsively" to the size of the device that views it (from desktop monitors to mobile phones). Why does this matter?
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When developing your website strategy, think about the most important aspect of your website—the visitor experience! Putting yourself in the visitor's shoes when designing your website will put you miles ahead of your competition.
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5 Questions to Ask...
Technology changes so rapidly that it’s important to regularly evaluate how your site is performing from a visitor’s perspective, in comparison with competitor sites and with respect to your own needs.
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One of the frustrating things about WordPress is that developing in one environment and launching in another is a hassle. There are many reasons why wordpress uses absolute urls in everything it does, and many, many heated discussions about why it shouldn't (or should!) be that way, but all that doesn't make moving the site to a new location very easy. However there is an easy way to back up and restore a WordPress site.
Akeeba Backup for Wordpress is the greatest migration solution currently available for WordPress. Not only is it a fantastic backup tool, with multiple offsite backup capabilities such as Amazon S3 or Dropbox, and allows for the ultimate in automated backups through cron jobs, alternate cron jobs, and other supported methods, but it will also update the URLs in all of the content, custom fields, custom post types, and serialized data (widgets) without corrupting or losing any settings. It's a marvelous advance in site migration.
It's extremely important that every business or organization website 'owner' retain ultimate control of their website(s). Sounds obvious enough, right? Then take the following short quiz to test the strength of your control. If your answer to any of the following six questions is "No", then you may have some homework ahead of you.