When it comes to affordable Auto-Responders the plugin market has been weak. If you want to pay a 3rd Party for such a service, the pool is large enough. But when you are starting out, saving money is key. For some time now I have been happy with GWA as it provided all the tools and interfaces needed to provide a double opt-in list with AR capabilities. Continue reading
Now that TwentyFourteen has been out and I have had time to evaluate it, I like what I see. With each new release, I have to go through my training lessons and re-vamp them for any additions and changes. Since I have been doing this, the process gets easier each year. Although the underlying structure is basically the same, the naming has changed a bit. But, and easy fix. Continue reading
Welcome P2P graduates. At this time you probably have been overwhelmed with some very powerful, valuable and important information. And ready to turn your Passion into Profit. In that you are reading this, I would venture to say that you either took some good notes or have an even better memory. In either case, you are here. Joel has undoubtedly mentioned that I can help you get a “blog” website up and running with minimal effort. Most likely he also mentioned that I don’t charge enough. Lucky for you, he might be right. However, there is always a catch. Continue reading
BlogsGuaranteed was conceived on the idea that there is much more to simply having someone build you a website. Heck, you go on Craigslist and find someone down the street that can do it. That is all well and good until you want to make changes. Then you are either left relying on someone else to support or left hanging out to dry because you don’t know what to do. What we wanted to do is give our clients much more than a site. So, our goal was to not only build each client their site, but to train them as we go. Continue reading
If all goes well, and the plugin does what it is supposed to, this post will appear on my Facebook Timeline.
Good News, it worked as now I am going to see what happens when I update the post. Does the FB Post changes as well, or is a new Post added to the timeline. Continue reading
Last year I posted that I needed to update this site (a revamped very old cookie cutter theme) and make it more current. Sad to say, I never got around to it. Too many other sites to work on.
The other day I posted that I migrated a current project, using a child TwentyEleven themed site to a child TwentyTwelve site. It was accomplished with some minor hiccups and issues. Continue reading
I decided to try the new TwentyTwelve theme sooner than later. And I decided to do it with a project I had already begun so I could work through all the changes such to get it back to the way it was. Never an easy challenge.
In any event I was able to make the new, match the old. The majority of the conversion was quite straight forward, porting the custom CSS to the new structure and design of TwentyTwelve. Continue reading