1. Start with a personal blog. If I had to start over, this might be one of my best tips for new bloggers. A personal blog is a great way to get a feel for what direction your blog should take. The advantage of this type of beginning is that you are sheltered from the unforgiving, cold world of blog … Read more about 7 Tips For New Bloggers
The increasing use of mobile devices is a huge deal, right? We've been seeing and hearing it everywhere-- since at least 2012. Mashable called 2013 the Year of Responsive Web Design. Responsive design is of course making your content viewable on a variety of devices from 4" smartphone … Read more about Why Evolution of the Mobile Web Will Change Your Life
[su_pullquote]In WordPress, a child theme is a theme that derives its functionality and style from another theme, called the parent theme.[/su_pullquote] Child, Parent and Framework Creating a Child theme is the WordPress industry-standard method of modifying an existing theme. If you’d like to … Read more about What Is A Child Theme and Why Do I Care?
Fundraising is always a challenge for non-profits. For churches in a struggling economy, it can seem impossible. However, it is possible to run extremely successful fundraising campaigns during these times. Vision, or more importantly, how you convey that vision is the key. The good news for … Read more about Is Your Church Missing Out On Online Giving?
Speed is a major factor in whether your site gets looked at or passed over. With literally a billion sites on the web (according to internet livestats.com ), you not only have to get users to the front door, but you have seconds to get their attention. … Read more about How A CDN Can Jumpstart Your WordPress Site
In the world in which we live today, a ministry website is considered a necessity. Starting a website is not difficult. You need a place (hosting), content to fill it and last, but definitely not least, a means of updating your ministry website. Updating Your Ministry Website With New, … Read more about Ministry Website Updating A Must
[su_row] [su_column size="1/3"] [/su_column] [su_column size="2/3"] [su_dropcap style="light"]W[/su_dropcap] ith 60% of the CMS market share and 22.3% of all websites, WordPress is definitely a major player in content management systems. After securing $160 million in funds from … Read more about WordPress Rise (And Not Demise) Has Been Automattic
Church Team Building With A WordPress Website There are many activities and projects that require church members and leadership to work collectively over extended periods of time. Keeping committee members and volunteers notified of updates, changes and news can be a challenging task. Teams … Read more about Ministry Monday: Church Team Building With WordPress Website
The first beta version of WordPress 3.9 is now available for testing. Full release of the software is set for April 15, (of all days!). So what can we expect from version 3.9? Cleaner markup. Also try the new paste handling — if you paste in a block of text from Microsoft Word, for example, … Read more about WordPress 3.9 Is Right On Time
Small business owners are always seeking ways to reach more potential customers and make the path to their products and services easier. A Wordpress website has many features that help to facilitate this business goal. It is important to carefully craft your Wordpress based website so that your … Read more about Custom URLs with WordPress
Photo By: Mark Michaelis #MINISTRY MONDAY [dropcap style="font-size: 60px; color: #9b9b9b;"] A[/dropcap] church website can offer your ministry many great opportunities to connect with members, visitors and the local community. Church leadership can use this space to update current events and … Read more about Easy Ministry Updates with WordPress