WordPress Keyboard Shortcuts

Wordpress Keyboard Shortcuts - FREE PRINTABLE

Something nifty about WordPress are its awesome keyboard shortcuts. These shortcuts slice editing and formatting time more-than in half. It’s a blessing on the busy days, when you can’t seem to check even one thing off the TO-DO list. I have made this into a printable form, so that you can keep one nearby for easy access. Just click here, or scroll to the bottom and click the pic to get the printable. Default shortcuts, … Learn More

Must-Have Plugins to Make Your Website AMP Ready

By now you’ve probably noticed AMP posts on your favorite mobile aggregator. AMP stands for Accelerated Mobile Pages, and is a stripped-down version of your blog posts that Google serves to the mobile community. In order to get yours ready, these are the essential plugins that allow you to not only serve your pages to Google’s AMP engine, but also add social sharing and AdSense features to those pages. AMP for WordPress – Makes your … Learn More

Change Facebook Page Settings

Change Facebook Page Settings Type Vanity URL

Facebook can be overwhelming, and confusing in where it puts settings for pages.  Below are the most common settings changes you’ll need to make. If this isn’t what you’re looking for, shoot me a note and I’ll add the instructions. Change Templates, Add & Remove Tabs Head to your Facebook fan page. Click on Settings. Click Edit Page (on the left sidebar). Make changes and click save. Change Page Type, Add Vanity URL* If you … Learn More

Migrate Your Site To Self-Hosted

Click on Appearance

Congratulations on moving from WordPress.com to WordPress.org. If you’re NOT migrating, and are starting fresh, you need to read about Starting From Scratch. If you are here to move your things to a better place, let’s get started! Step .5: Export Your Blog Content Since you’re already writing content, all you need to do is head to your dashboard and export your blog. It will download as a .xml file. Don’t lose this file. Click … Learn More

Use Your Own Fonts

I think it’s important to make sure the font on your website match the font on your branding. You might want to consider streamlining your brand by using the fonts in your header graphic on your blog. This is a tutorial on how to add your own font(s) to your website. Please make sure that you have permission to use the font(s), whether in the form of a Creative Commons attribution, or through a purchase. … Learn More

How To Create Hidden Pinterest Images The Easy Way (CSS)

Create Hidden Pinterest Images

I use CSS to create my hidden Pinterest images, because there’s fewer steps than when you use HTML. If you’re not comfortable with this method, there’s a way to do it using HTML and the text editor in your post. I don’t have that method here, because I’m not in the business of confusing people. This is literally one of the only times you’ll see me tell you to Google it. I have tried that … Learn More