One of my goals for this year was to attend my first WordCamp and so when I received an invitation to a UK Genesis meetup at WordCamp Birmingham I decided that this would be the perfect opportunity to achieve my goal. Perfect because I would get to … Continue reading My First WordCamp
If you have a website then you should ensure that you keep a record of all the important information that allows you, or a web developer, to access your site. Any new website project can be delayed if you don't know this information - you may not … Continue reading Organise Your Important Website Information
I recently built a website where good accessibility was a priority. It's true that this should be a priority for all websites however we still have a long way to go and more work needs to be done for WordPress and the Genesis Framework. The … Continue reading Making WordPress and Genesis Accessible
What is RSS? RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary however it is often referred to as the feed or news feed. All WordPress websites have a RSS feed and you can view it by going to http://site-domain/feed RSS allows … Continue reading What Is RSS?
When I first started building websites in WordPress I wanted to be able to create themes for clients that could be customised for them but which were easy to add functionality to in the future. I needed to have a cost effective way of achieving this … Continue reading Why I Use The Genesis Framework
Wordpress is one of the fastest growing and most popular content management system in the World. You would be amazed at how many companies now use WordPress for their website blogs including big brands such as Ebay and Sony Playstation but it is far … Continue reading Why I use WordPress