Back in April, Google announced it would be redesigning its aging Gmail interface to better align with the needs of mobile users. Classic Google, right? It seems like most of the changes Google makes these days is to bring its software suite in line with the mobile UX. This update is no exception. Let’s review the features (including the much-touted Smart Compose) and how users can make the most of the update.
In its continual efforts to improve platform security, WordPress is at it again—this time with a new update, WordPress 4.9.5.
While not as substantial as the hastily-released 4.9.3/4.9.4 security updates back in February, it’s important for all users to understand the changes WordPress is making to its platform.
They say SEO is a process. They say it’s a long-term strategy that’ll take time to pay off. It doesn’t happen overnight, and you shouldn’t expect it to.
Yeah, yeah. We all know that good SEO takes time, but instead of discussing the SEO big picture, we’d like to focus on some simple SEO adjustments that site owners can implement today. Check your pages for the following issues, and if you notice any offenders, fix them up for some easy SEO points.
We all know that one of the best things about WordPress is its adaptability. Developers of all kinds can build custom WordPress plugins to achieve….well, just about any goal you can think of. One of the biggest beneficiaries of this customization is definitely social media.
If you’re looking for ways to more tightly integrate WordPress with social media, read on.
At the beginning of February, WordPress released two updates in quick succession: 4.9.3 and 4.9.4.
You WordPress users probably got a few emails about the changes, particularly since 4.9.3 created a roadblock that required a manual update to correct. As with any WordPress update, it’s important that you upgrade to the latest version of the software, particularly if you’re responsible for hosting and managing client websites of your own.
Let’s look at why.
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