If you remember Netscape, this article may be for you! Back in the early days of the internet, people were learning what a navigator was and how to use it. At that time, we had to be very explicit with links (called “hyperlinks” back then), and tell people to “click here.” 25+ years on, if you haven’t stop with the “click here” links, it’s time.
Do you need a professional web developer, or can you build your own site, or can you ask a volunteer to build your website?
What motivates a hacker? Why would a hacker be interested in your website, even if it’s small? Find out, and learn how to keep them out.
Do you want to know how to improve your site speed? We’ve talked about the importance of your site speed before. A faster website means visitors stay on your site longer, and speed improves accessibility. Did you know there are some steps you can take, as a website owner, to improve your WordPress site’s speed?
We’ve explained how caching works and how it might prevent you from seeing recent changes to your website. See how to use an incognito browsing window to avoid having to clear your cache.
Sometimes a site launch doesn’t mean a full website redesign, but just a migration to a different host for one reason or another. A site migration can also be an opportunity to review your website and improve its usability, speed, and accessibility.
Small changes can improve your website’s accessibility. See how to use capital letters while remaining screen-reader friendly.
Creating a favicon for your website is a small detail, but one that shows your visitors that you care about your website and your organization’s image. A favicon is the icon that shows up next to your website title in a browser tab. If you haven’t set a favicon for your WordPress website, you will […]