CMS List for Finding the Best CMS for You

Here’s a CMS list that’s worth revealing. I tried an absolute ton of content management systems (CMS) in the search of my favorite. I wanted something that meets this criteria: Something that looks niceOrganized back endEasy to use and administerNo scripting or...

What is Gravatar and Why You Should Use it

We’ve come to accept that an avatar is a visual representation of you online. It's been this way for decades. It’s basically a small image of you, regardless of whether it actually is you or not. This little picture of you is next to your username when you interact...

Thrive Themes Child Themes

Thrive Themes child themes are one of the easiest child themes to setup. You don't need to enqueue scripts like some of the other theme companies require, just properly reference the parent theme in the style.css file and you're good to go. Here's an older example of...

New WordPress Website Settings Checklist

This overview is for a basic, vanilla installation of WordPress (WP). Think of this post as a new WordPress website settings checklist that you can build upon. Depending on what type of website you want to make and the tools you have available, your mileage may vary....

How to Make a Divi Child Theme

Creating a Divi Child Theme is pretty easy. You will be up in running in like 5 minutes. All you need to do is setup a few files and enqueue the parent style. I'm not going to go too far in the weeds in this article. Elegant Themes actually has a great post on their...

8 Big Reasons Why I Use WordPress

As WordPress adoption continues to rise, you may be wondering if you should switch over to this popular content management system (CMS). See the reasons below on why I use WordPress and potentially why you should too. 1. It's Free and Open Source Most, if not all...

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