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Switching WordPress Website Support Provider

The developer who set up your website doesn’t like dealing with ongoing maintenance. Your brother was maintaining the site but now he’s too busy. Turnaround time for the company handling your updates is super slow and their prices are crazy. We’ve heard all these reasons and more for why individuals and companies look for a new, lean and efficient WordPress website support provider. Here is…
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Big Changes Are Coming to the WordPress Interface

The backend editor that we liken to Microsoft Word or other word processors is one of the friendliest features of WordPress. And it’s undergoing a major overhaul soon. WordPress has been working on Gutenberg, a new editor that is supposed to improve the post and page writing experience. WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg described the process of creating Gutenberg as “looking around WordPress with kind of…
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Handicap Accessibility for Israeli Websites

We’ve been blogging about website accessibility since 2015, when the local Israeli web community started growing concerned about upcoming deadlines for making their websites compliant with a rigorous set of standards. Handicap accessibility for Israeli website has remained a hot topic in the development community. Since then, we’ve seen a growing number of Israeli websites add a toolbar for screen readers, adjusting font sizes, color…
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Does My WordPress Website Need A SSL Certificate?

What is SSL? SSL stands for “Secure Sockets Layer”, a fancy way of saying that data is safely being transmitted to and from your website. Specifically, it means that there is a secure transmission of data between a web server and a browser. Therefore, pretty much any website needs a SSL certificate if it collects any sort of data, whether it’s credit card information or…
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An Introduction to Caching

One of the most common things a website owner will hear when trying to troubleshoot a problem is a request to “clear the browser cache”. What is a Cache? The cache (pronounced like “cash”) is a collection of frequently-used data. What caching does is enable a website to load more quickly by storing data most likely to be needed in a separate and easily accessible…

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