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WordPress How-to Guide: Editing the Main Elements of a Website
Level up your expertise with this WordPress how-to guide and learn how to find and work with the core elements of your website.
WordPress How-to Guide: Find and Execute 5 Basic Functions
This WordPress how-to list includes basic functions you’ll want to know when working on your site, as well as the lay of the land in the WordPress dashboard.
Navigating WordPress: A Beginner's Guide to the Menu Options
In this WordPress beginners guide you will discover where you can find the basic operations in the WordPress dashboard.
Do I Need Fully Managed WordPress Hosting and Maintenance?
When you go with the self-hosted WordPress platform you need a trusted hosting partner to fully manage your website maintenance. Learn what to look for with this service.
What is Web Hosting and How Does it Work?
Web hosting services may seem like a great mystery to a business owner, as do the associated costs. We’re here to remove the veil and tell you exactly what you should be getting from your web hosting company.
What to Do Before You Add e-Commerce to Your Website

When the Coronavirus pandemic hit the US, and shops closed their doors, it forced many business owners to re-evaluate their business model. Knowing they would be closed for months had small companies scrambling for creative solutions to keep sales afloat. For some, this meant online orders and curbside pickup. For others, it meant overhauling their website and making it work in new ways for their sales.

The Differences Between Business Hosting and Shared Hosting – Part 2

In continuation of Part 1 of this post, I am outlining the benefits of business class hosting and exactly what you get for the extra money you pay each month for this service, vs. shared hosting.

The Differences Between Business Hosting and Shared Hosting – Part 1
Starting a business is an exciting time, yet it can also mean a lot of start-up costs. This post will outline the benefits of ‘business class’ hosting and exactly what you get for the amount you pay each month.
5 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Website

It’s a brand new year and the time when most of us reflect on the previous year, attempt to let go of anything weighing us down, and set goals to revamp our lives or business. If you are examining your website and feeling overwhelmed with all the possibilities for change within it, we can help by narrowing your focus to five important areas. 

Latest Chrome Browser Release Will Warn Visitors if Your Site is Not Encrypted
Starting in October, 2017, Google’s Chrome browser will display warnings on any web pages that contain an unencrypted webform. These include website login pages, blog comment forms and contact us forms.
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