As a designers and developers, sometimes we'll make a change to a website and then hear back from the client or customer that they don't see the changes we made. We'll usually respond that you should try clearing your cache and then see if you see the changes. Why? What does it mean? How do you do it? Click on the picture to keep reading 🢥
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Every blog or small business needs a stock photo once in a while, whether it’s for their website, blog posts or social media. There are some really great resources for gorgeous, high quality, and free stock images out there, and there are also many posts about where to find them.… Read the rest
So many terms! If you’re confused and overwhelmed by all the new words you keep regarding setting up a blog or website, this is the post for you.
It seems like a whole new language and can practically (or actually) make you cry. Here are the words you’ll see … Read the rest
There are only two things you need before you can set up a WordPress blog: a domain and hosting. Essentially, if your website was a house, the hosting is the piece of land you need to purchase to build your house on. The domain (eg. www.meynewebsites.com), then is the address… Read the rest