Earlier this month, current Website Care Plan clients likely noticed an email from Harness Media titled, “Website Care Report”. We quietly launched this new feature, sending out the first of monthly reports. We’re excited about this new feature, as it provides a whole new level of transparency in the services we provide to our clients. We […]Read More
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Speed is important online. Your website visitors are impatient and Google rewards fast websites with higher ranking in search results. WordPress sites can be slow if they aren’t built or configured properly. However, there are services, tools, and methods available to make your WordPress website zoom. Here are the top 8 ways to make your […]Read More
If you’ve ever worked with a WordPress-based website where you wanted to manage events, you may already be aware of the options available to you. WordPress event management is a rather common requirement, so there are lots of choices. Some of our clients simply use the default WordPress blogging system and put their events in […]Read More
As you may already know, WordPress is a powerful tool for building websites. It provides website owners with a learnable and intuitive interface (the Dashboard) for publishing and managing content. It also provides developers and designers with a robust system for building feature-rich and beautiful websites for their clients (the website owners). But how secure […]Read More
Website load times are more important than ever. Slow-loading pages can have a huge impact on your website in terms of speed, bandwidth and storage space. In today’s world, your website should load in no more than 4 seconds, otherwise you risk losing traffic. People are impatient and they won’t wait for your page to […]Read More
One of the first tasks you’ll want to tackle with your shiny new WordPress website is to create a page. Naturally, you’ll also want to add it to your navigation menus so your visitors can find it.Read More
This article is going to show you how you can tighten security using a little file in the root directory of your Wordpress installation called .htaccess. You must be using Apache web server software.Read More