WordPress by default creates three image sizes when you upload an image to the media library, Large, Medium and Thumbnail. By going to Settings > Media, you can see what the settings are for your install. Sometimes, you need more image sizes. The default images work, but what about an image that's not square or in between 1024 pixels and 300 pixels? Often times your theme will include a piece of code to add additional images sizes to the site. To add a new image size to WordPress, you simply add the following to your functions. php file [NOTE: … [Read more...]
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Content creation on a regular basis is hard work. It is even more difficult when we try to come up with content out of thin air. We think and think about what we should tell our audience only to waste days or weeks without adding to the conversation. This is an area that I have struggled, to be honest with you. I have always found the prospect of content creation to be a difficult task. After all, I'm spending all of my available time trying to grow my business. I have to make the decision to work on a project, find a new project or write some awe … [Read more...]
When editing content in the TinyMCE editor, it would be nice for the text to look like it will once you publish the content. In previous versions of WordPress, there was no easy way to do this. You had to do some hacks to get the visual editor to display your style sheet. Style the TinyMCE Visual Editor To style the editor so your content in the dashboard looks like the content your publishing, you simply add the following to you functions.php file of your theme: … [Read more...]
One of the problems your website has to overcome is Bounce Rate. It is the metric of how quickly someone leaves your site. When the bounce rate is high, that indicates that people are leaving without spending any appreciable amount of time on your site. A Mobile, Responsive Site for Business A high bounce rate can be bad for business. Keep it LOW! [TWEET] Recent studies have shown an ever-increasing trend in mobile users. The number of people accessing the internet with a mobile device is growing. According to a September 2012 study by PewInternet, nearly … [Read more...]