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WordPress by default uses a server’s PHP Mail service to send notifications or ‘transactional emails.’ These are automatic emails triggered by something a user does on the site, such as submitting an order or a form. The site might sent out an email confirmation in response to both of these actions. But sometimes the PHP […]

The top website and marketing links of the week. If you’ve considered deleting your Facebook account, but can’t bring yourself to do it for one reason or another (like if you use it for your business, for example), there are still things you can do (probably? maybe?) to improve the security of your account. Take […]

The top website and marketing links of the week. Did you know that 30% of the Web now runs on WordPress? Back in 2009 when I was trying to decide which CMS (content management system) platform I should work on mastering, WordPress was one of three or four options. It was a hard choice at […]

Hand-crafted

Recently I accepted a project from a long-time client who was going to provide a design that needed to be developed into a WordPress theme. She sent me an email with a layout saying “Attached is a mock up for what I’d like the new website to resemble. I realize it’s probably just a template […]

The top website and marketing links for this week. Considering converting your existing business website to WordPress? WordPress.org, WordPress.com – why are there two WordPresses? What’s the difference between them? If after reading that you’re still on the fence, take this quiz to see which WordPress you should use. If you’re a business owner looking […]