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Granting Agencies Access And Site Supporting Infrastructure

One of the first things you do, when you’re onboarding with new agencies that will do some kind of work on your website, is to grant them access. Before granting them full access you should think, what they need to do, and what level of access is needed in order for the agency to complete…

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Export specific data from WordPress in CSV

Here is a scenario, you have Events Calendar plugin and 7k+ of events that you need to export. How do you do it? WordPress has a built-in tool for export but that does not leave much room for control or to customize your export file. That can be a pain and that is why it…

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Who Owns Your Domain?

Over the past 20 years, I’ve seen my share of poor website decisions. One of those decisions stands high above the others. I am not talking about music that automatically starts playing or scrolling marquee text — I am talking about domain ownership. I know exactly how it happens. A vendor needs to launch a new…

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How to Add Tracking Code in the WordPress Website Head Section

There are several ways of adding tracking code, and in this article, we will list some. Hopefully you find this helpful. Adding Tracking Code Options Option 1, use the plugin: You can use Insert Headers and Footers plugin, and the first step is to install it on the website. Once you activate the plugin go…

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WooCommerce 4.0 to Introduce Breaking Changes.

The next WooCommerce major release will introduce some small breaking changes to websites running the tool. These websites will need an extra step in testing prior to updating to Verison 4.0 This WooCommerce update will introduce a new admin dashboard. This will bring a new experience to managing orders and viewing reports. This admin will…

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Ongoing Support
3 easy steps to deal with “your site is broken” user reports.

It’s common for users to report that they’ve experienced errors using your website. It’s also common for users to think that it’s actually your website that is causing the problem. There are dozens of factors at any given minute that control a user’s experience online. Connection speed (upload and download independently), browser version, OS, background…

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