Each year, the company where I work organizes a bake-off / coffee morning in aid of Temple Street Children’s Hospital. We all bake something to contribute, sweet or savory. All of the other businesses in the building drop by to sample the tasty treats on display.
We may not like to admit it, but security may commonly take a back seat when it comes to your Wordpress site. Wordpress is used in 27.5% (and growing) of all websites out there, so it’s not surprising that they can be vulnerable to attack.
Don’t lose heart though, there are a number of simple and straightforward steps that you can take today to improve the security of your Wordpress site.
Are you finding it difficult to give some elements of your website that little something extra? Is your page a bit to sharp and unwelcoming?
An excellent way of changing it up is the use of rounded corners. Web designers/ developers looking for inspiration have surely come across a multitude of websites that utilize this property to great effect.
Here I’ll be showing you in it’s simplest form how to achieve rounded corners in CSS3.
Your SEO Ranking is an important factor in determining how many visitors you attract to your website. The simple fact is that people today rarely venture past the first or second page of results from a google search. It stands to reason then that if your website isn’t in the top 10/20 results then the chances of your page being found are slim to none. There are a number of simple steps you can employ right off the bat to vastly improve your SEO Ranking.
There have been many occasions in recent months where I have been creating/editing Wordpress themes only to find that there are just not enough widget areas. In some cases themes don’t include any widget support. I find myself constantly having to modify existing themes to add in custom widget areas.