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How to Style Blockquotes in WordPress Using CSS

You probably remember the concept of blockquotes from school. If you’re like me, you might even have flashback nightmares about properly MLA-formatting long form blockquotes. Omit the quotation marks, indent this, double space that... Thankfully, WordPress blockquotes are a little less stressful.…
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5 Ways to Optimize Your WordPress Site for Mobile

Most people have optimized their site in one way or another, but have you ever done anything specifically for your mobile visitors? In 2017, more traffic came from mobile than desktop, and that number is only going to grow. People are using their…
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How to Make Your WordPress Website Multilingual

When it comes to making your WordPress website multilingual, you have a few great options available to you. While there is no standard support for bi- or multilingual blogging, some free and commercial plugins make it easy to offer your readers a…
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HTTP vs HTTPS

This post is part of a series designed to help developers who are just starting out understand some basics and how they relate to WordPress. This second post is about HTTP (including its cousin, the secure version) and will attempt to explain the…
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How Agencies Are Killing it: Advertising Trends for 2018

The internet and social media have turned advertising on its head leading to some truly innovative advertising trends in 2018. Nowadays, Facebook and Google remind you over and over about that beautiful bag you saw last month, you know, the one that…
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The Definitive Guide to SSL and WordPress

It's become commonplace for a majority of internet users to share personal information on the internet. With the disregard for protecting personal data becoming second nature, how do we protect ourselves and our users? That’s where the power of SSL comes in. If your site…
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How to Set Up Two-Factor Authentication for WordPress

The login page of a WordPress website is the entry point to personal information, valuable content, and many other things that matter to your business. That's why it's extremely important to keep this page safe from brute force break-ins -- attacks that…
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