People come and go from web design. Some people take off to another country. Some people change careers. Some people just need to hang up their web design hats. Regardless of the reason to exit the field, it happens and it happens often.
In a world where tech never stops evolving, staying current is crucial for both optimal user experience and robust security. PHP, the engine behind WordPress, has transitioned through versions 5.x, 6.x, and 7.x, and now stands at version 8.
Set a minimum order amount in WooCommerce orders.
Divi (the theme system from Elegant Themes) has added an AI tool. Some people don’t like it. With the most recent copy of Divi, the element can be switched off.
A horizontal scrollbar typically appears when an element on your webpage exceeds the width of its container, especially the viewport width. To remove or prevent a horizontal scrollbar, you can follow these steps
Wix How much does a Wix website cost? The price of a Wix website varies depending on the plan you choose. The Combo plan for personal use costs $14 per month, while the Business VIP plan costs $49 per month. These plans include a domain and SSL certificate. After the first year, domains cost an additional $14.95 per year. Squarespace. How much does Squarespace cost? As of 2023, Squarespace website builder offers plans starting at $18 per month (Personal) and going up to $72 per month (Advanced...
If you are tired of spending hours on mundane upkeep tasks or need expert help improving your WordPress website, a maintenance service can help you take the hassle out of running your site.
We are proud to pick up the mantle of Kite Dish. Back in the day, they provided WordPress Maintenance. As they said it, back then: Our service provides you a peace of mind with a secure, regularly backed up, bug-free and proactively updated site so you can concentrate more on your business and not on the maintenance of your site. In addition to this, you have access to on-demand support and advice and not bother undergoing the process of seeking and interviewing developer after developer each...
Meta has released a new microblogging app: Threads. It leverages the user base of Instagram and the users’ followers to pre-build an audience for new members. This may be an excellent antidote to the death spiral of Twitter. How does it work with WordPress?