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WordPress is an open source web framework that powers one-fifth of the world’s websites. These articles show you how to use WP more effectively.

Using A Child Theme In WordPress Development

There are many reasons you should be using a child theme when working with a premium WordPress theme that you want to alter. Professional WordPress developers will always use a child theme when customizing an existing theme. Inexperienced developers will make changes directly on a premium theme. This has some negative consequences. If you’re already […]

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Using Kraken.io For WordPress Image Optimization

Before reading any further, let’s answer the question: Why do you need to optimize the images on your website in the first place? If you’re using your website to generate revenue for your business, then increasing conversions on your site, and increasing the number of warm leads that come to your website are things you […]

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Should You Hire a WordPress Consultant or Freelancer?

If you run a business, you’ll eventually need to hire someone to redesign your website. The only question is, who do you hire? What are the differences between hiring a freelancer, a consultant, or an agency? We’ll look at some of the differences between the three, and help you figure out what’s the best fit […]

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How Much Does Website Maintenance Cost?

Websites have software updates, and it is important to update your version of WordPress and plugins regularly. The reality is that someone has to do this, whether it is someone internal, or an outside web professional. But according to today’s stats (August 2020) — on what version of WordPress people are running on their websites, […]

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How To Find A Quality WordPress Developer

WordPress powers about 39% of all websites on Earth. Naturally, many people want to hire experienced WordPress developers. Some of the folks looking for WordPress developers are agencies, who need a developer on staff. Others are enterprise level businesses, who rely on their in-house web development team to keep their website up-to-date. Some are small […]

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