Quick Tip Friday: Start Using ALT Tags

Let’s talk ALT Tags for your images. ALT tags are pieces of HTML that give an alternative description for an image. This is helpful for anyone that may be “listening” to the site due to a disability, and it also tells search engines about the image (and hopefully your topic). In addition to using it for search engine optimization, Pinterest […]






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Quick Tip Friday: Delete Unused Plugins

Today’s tip is a reminder to take a few minutes to delete any plugins that you aren’t using. Letting those plugins that you don’t need hang around can cause your site to load slower, and they can also be an invitation for a hacker to exploit an old plugin’s code. Make sure you need the functionality of the plugins that […]






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Quick Tip Friday: Remove admin As A Login

Today’s tip is for WordPress users in particular but also a good reminder for those that use blogger that logins and passwords are important business matters. The reason you would do this is to make it harder for someone to hack your site using the combination of your login and password. If you’re still using “admin,” which is the default […]






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