Author Archives: Kyle

How to Split a PDF Into Individual Pages Using Google Chrome

If you have ever needed to take certain sections/pages from a PDF, Google Chrome allows you to do this in a few easy steps. This can be very useful if you have a PDF that is 20 pages or so and only 1 or 2 of them are relevant to what you need. Check out the steps to pulling out individual PDF sections.

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10 WordPress Tips and Tricks

Looking to navigate WordPress like a pro? We have 10 tips and tricks for making your life easier.

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5 Things Your Web Developer Wished You Knew

Building a website is no small feat. As a developer, I know firsthand just how many intricate details go into creating a new site. That being said, the full extent of work on the development end is not something the…

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5 Ways Lawyers Can Speed Up Their Computers

Is your computer running slower than expected? Kyle is here with 5 tips for how to get your machine–whether it’s a Mac or PC–back up to speed.

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5 Tools the Development Team Couldn’t Live Without

Want to know which tools our development team couldn’t live without? Kyle is here with their top-five picks for getting the job done.

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Our Favorite Shortcuts for Sublime Text (PC)

Kyle explains a few shortcuts for Sublime text editor.

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How Google Wants You to Format Telephone Numbers for Mobile

At PapeStreet, we think it’s critical to have a well-designed and functioning mobile website. A big part of that goal is ensuring the phone number links correctly.

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Authenticating Your Twitter Feed for Use on Your Website

You might be asking: why should I authenticate my Twitter feed? In order to use your Twitter feed on your website, you need to authenticate your account with Twitter, which allows you (or us) to “easily” incorporate your feed on your site.

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