A page builder gives you a visitor-side view of your website, and allows you to place content visually on your website. This is the same principle that is often used in hosted “website builder” solutions like Wix or SquareSpace. Do you need one?
RED is pleased to announce the launch of Rocky Mountain Communities, which we built out to Ebb+Flow Creative’s design specifications.
Last month, we told you the Gutenberg editor for WordPress would be out soon. On December 6, 2018, the WordPress team released WordPress 5.0, including Gutenberg, now known as “the block editor”. In our previous post, we gave you some suggestions on how to approach this transition. A month later, over 50 of the websites […]
As of December 6, 2018, WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg are here. Don’t delay; read up on what you need to know NOW.
The “Gutenberg” editor is coming to WordPress with an entirely new editing experience. Here is what you need to know.
Opinions vary about the suitability of the Gutenberg editor as a replacement for WordPress’ current WYSIWYG editor, and many question Gutenberg’s ability to challenge “drag and drop” website builders like Squarespace, Wix, or Weebly. Other WordPress page builder plugins, like Beaver Builder, seem to meet this competition more head-on.
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on your WordPress website, you might want to update existing posts from time to time to add new information or update outdated information.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.
For WordPress 5.0 and later: Learn how to add images to enhance your posts and pages.
For WordPress 5.0 or later: Pages are the backbone of your WordPress-based website. They tell your visitors who you are, what you do, and how to get in touch with you or support your cause. To best reach your visitors, make sure this information is always up to date.