Throughout the spring semester, I have been training high school students in all things WordPress. As a member of the WordPress Training Team, this was a great chance to test out the curriculum that we’ve been writing as a team. I get so excited to see people go from novice Read More
Your Ultimate WordPress Website checklist from Courtney Engle WordCamp Baltimore 2015 Whether you are just planning your WordPress website, or you realize that your site needs an audit, it’s worth reviewing this website checklist. This talk was presented at WordCamp Baltimore 2015.
Wordcamp US has come to an end, and I must say it was the highlight of my time in the WordPress community. WordCamp is an event focused around WordPress makers and users. I have attended WordCamps since WordCamp Mid-Atlantic in May 2009. Most years, I make it to 3 or 4 WordCamps between Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New York.
So, you need a website for your business. You have plenty of options. You may have heard about a few of these options even during SuperBowl commercials. With so many choices, how will you know what will work best for your business? Preliminary Questions Before Building Your Website: Before you Read More
I’m a bit delayed on sharing about the changes in self-hosted WordPress 4.1 (not WordPress.com), but here we go: Twenty Fifteen This new theme is a return to simple personal blogging. While Twenty Ten/Eleven/Twelve/Thirteen were great themes to build an entire website on, Twenty Fourteen was ideal for magazine layouts, Read More
If someone searches for what your website offers, does it even display in mobile Google search results? It might startle you to know that since November, Google favors and primarily displays websites that are mobile-friendly if the user is searching on their mobile device. If your site isn’t ready, you Read More