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 an Apple Touch icon for your website ensures that your visitors can add an identifiable icon for your website to their device’s home screen.
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…
Creating a favicon for your website ensures your brand shows up even in the smallest details. Learn how to create a favicon for your WordPress site.
In previous posts, we’ve talked about what caching is and why caching can be problematic. In this article, learn how to clear your cache (also called browser history) in the Chrome browser.
Organizing files by month and year doesn’t help you to find the images you need. How can you organize your WordPress media library so it’s easy to use?
Email deliverability is important for your website if you have forms or an e-commerce shop. Sometimes hosting servers are set up so it can be difficult for the website to send emails. What can you do to improve email deliverability?
A website security audit means checking certain items to be sure that everything is as secure as possible. Keeping your website and your visitors secure will keep information, finances, and your reputation safe.
Should you always update to the latest version of WordPress? If you’ve read our blog posts before, you know that we at RED recommend keeping your WordPress software and plugins up to date as one of the best ways to keep your WordPress website secure. But is this always necessary?