Writing blog posts well can take a bit of time and effort. Here’s a list of things you may want to consider before publication. 1. What platform are you using for your blog? There are many to choose from – Blogger, Tumblr, TypePad and more. I recommend using WordPress, and here are 10 reasons why.… Continue Reading A blog post on how to write a blog post
Web accessibility can be defined in a number of different ways. Originally, it was meant as making web content obtainable to disabled people. Nowadays the definition may be broadened out. One definition of web accessibility is: Web accessibility is about making your website accessible to all Internet users (both disabled and non-disabled). Webcredible When a… Continue Reading What is web accessibility, and why does it matter?
I’ve recently started using the Genesis Framework. Genesis is a paid-for theme developed by StudioPress which acts as a solid foundation for a WordPress site. Here are a number of things I’ve discovered about Genesis since I started using it. All Genesis themes are child themes of the Genesis framework A child theme is a… Continue Reading My initial thoughts on the Genesis Framework for WordPress
When designing a new website, it is important to remember that your site’s audience may browse on a number of different devices. These could include: a large screen internet-enabled TV a widescreen desktop monitor a laptop screen a tablet a smartphone What does this mean for the user? If web pages are not created with… Continue Reading How can I get my site to look good on a mobile?
1. WordPress has shown its staying power WordPress has been around since 2003 – it celebrated its 10th birthday in May 2013. It’s evolved in that time from a blogging platform to a fully fledged content management system for the Web. This allows for the creation of dynamic Web 2.0 pages, which can be rapidly… Continue Reading 10 reasons why WordPress is the best choice for your website