Category Archives: Google+

Good tips to revive your WordPress website

Do you have a website built with WordPress? Here are some nice recommendations on how to breathe life into it again.

#wordpress   #maintenance   #testing   #updates   #recommended  

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CPR For Your WordPress Site
Putting up a WordPress site is almost a rite of passage for small businesses looking to build a digital presence quickly and inexpensively.  But maintaining it can be trickier than you might expect if you’re not a developer and can eat up hours of time you would rather invest in [...]

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Here's another interesting article from Litmus.com on Gmail's "Promotions"…

Here's another interesting article from Litmus.com on Gmail's "Promotions" tab. It's going to look more like Pinterest.

Nice idea – and a good opportunity for businesses to get a better first impression from their recipients than just the "from" and "subject" text.

I am looking forward to seeing this in my own inbox, but for now it's in beta testing and I am not a part of that group.

#gmail   #promotions   #emailmarketing

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Gmail Does It Again: The New Promotions Tab | Litmus
March 26, 2014. Gmail Does It Again: The New Promotions Tab. [ 7 By Matt Byrd. Note: This post has been updated to reflect discoveries made about the new grid view after Gmail launched it to an initial wave of users. If one topic dominated email marketing conversations in 2013, it was definitely …

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PNG, GIF or JPG?

This article has good information on image format choices for use in email.

I'm honestly surprised that animated gif is even in the mix!

#email   #design   #format  

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PNG, GIF, or JPEG? Which is the Best Image Format for Email? | Litmus
February 26, 2014. PNG, GIF, or JPEG? Which is the Best Image Format for Email? [ 11 By Lauren Smith. With so many image file formats available—BMP, EPS, JPEG, PNG, and GIF to name a few—how do you determine which is right for your email? Each format produces variances in file size, compression, …

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Huh

"wp_loaded" is the answer to my question tonight. By setting the action to hook after wp is loaded, my additional sidebar will be listed after the parent theme sidebars. (in the back end)

Very nice.

Thanks John P Bloch!

#wordpress   #developer   #development   #widgets   #sidebar  

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How to register_sidebar() without messing up the order?
How do you register a sidebar in a plugin without screwing up the pre-existing registered sidebars? (The ordering of the sidebar registrations, rather than the assigned ID, determines the sidebar data.)

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