Keeping your website up to date is essential both for security purposes and for your organization’s credibility. Learn how keeping your website up to date can protect your users and your reputation.
“SEO, who needs it?” you say. “If I build it, they will come.” But will they? How will people find your website? If you have an extremely limited audience, and prefer to keep it that way, then perhaps doing nothing is the way for you to go. But most organizations would like to reach new people at some point.
Website planning begins by separating structure from content. Early on in your website planning, you should think about the difference between structure and content.
An image’s alternative text is a description of the image, or if the image links somewhere, a description of where it links. Alt tags are important because search engines look for and read them to gain more understanding of the page content. Alt tags are also useful for screen readers, so they help make your website accessible.
Editing posts with WordPress 5.0.x or later: If you have a blog on your WordPress website, you might want to update existing posts from time to time to add new information or update outdated information. Editing the existing post instead of deleting it and creating a new one allows you to retain all the search engine relevance that post has already gained.
From time to time, you may want to password protect a WordPress page or post. You might want to add information to your site that is only available to users who have the password you have given them for viewing the information. Password protecting a WordPress page or post is quick and easy.