Welcome to the postmodern era of gifs! You might be surprised as I am, but we find ourselves in the postmodern gif era, as they were born in 1987 and dominated the internet with waving flags, burning flames and flashing under construction signs. With their rise in popularity, and their increased use in WordPress blogs, I wanted to have a look at how you can include them in your post without taking away from the importance of your content.
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Having a landing page is one of the best ways to get your users to follow a CTA. It’s a well known fact that a website’s layout plays a major role in its performance, and creating landing pages gives your inbound marketing strategy a huge win. It’s a job well done when you can get your copy and design to shine, and I will run through some must haves for a rock-solid WordPress landing page.
The bulk options in WordPress are a great time saver, they are handy and easy to use, but are often overlooked. You can pretty much bulk update anything from posts, categories, comments, authors, tags and even format. It’s a beginner’s feature that hasn’t received enough love. I will take you through how to perform the updates, step by step.
Find quality free images for your WordPress posts in just minutes! ImageInject , previously called WP Inject, is easy and fun to use. It searches the huge Flickr database for creative commons photos related to any topic. Try it out and save yourself dozens of hours.
One of the first challenges you can come across as a freelance WordPress professional is that you face picking the right theme for your clients. Now that there are thousands of themes available, it should be easy, right? However, picking the right theme for your client is much harder than it seems, and it requires a few steps to home in on the right theme.