When adding images to your website, it is important to upload a properly sized image to fit the need. It’s not just about the visual display (although, that can be an issue, too), but improperly sized images can have an adverse effect on your site’s page speed. That, in turn, can hurt your search engine…

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As the organizer of the Las Vegas WordPress Meetup, I’m constantly telling people that they should test new releases of WordPress using a staging site or on a local development site prior to running the update on their live site. Never has this been truer than with the upcoming release of WordPress 5.0 that includes…

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For too long now I have put off the chore of getting my local development environment set up in a way that would allow me to use Git to push my code directly to SiteGround. I had tried in the past but always ended up hitting a stumbling block somewhere along the way. There is…

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It was almost 2 years ago when I put a request out on Twitter, I wanted to start a podcast, I just didn’t want to be in charge of producing it each week. To me, that seemed like the hard part. I just wanted to pop in, record the episode and let somebody else worry about…

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I ran in to an interesting CSS issue this morning. I had 3 divs next to each other that I wanted to place a border between, but, I didn’t want the border to be attached to the entire div. Instead, I wanted to have the border start approximately 50 pixel down from the top of…

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Warning: Sometimes I use my blog as a way to remember how I did something so that I can do it again in the future should the need arise. Since I’ve spent time trying to round all this up more than once now, I figure this was a perfect subject for just such a post.…

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