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Kyle portraitHow to Add an Attorney Placeholder Image to Your Website

Oftentimes a firm adds a new attorney and they need to be placed on the website immediately. But, getting photos taken for that new attorney can sometimes take a while–especially during these times (thanks covid).  If this is the case…


Kyle portraitHow to Restrict User Access in WordPress

When you download WordPress and start to build your website, your first user is automatically set as an Administrator. A WordPress administrator is the most powerful user role that gives you control of the entire website (we are not including…


Kyle portraitPassword Protecting Custom WordPress Templates

When creating custom WordPress templates, there are some instances where you do not want to add code, text, etc., in the WordPress content area. If you wanted to hide what was on your page, normally you would just use “Password…


Kyle portrait7 Essential Photoshop Quick Tips & Shortcuts

Note: these shortcuts are for a PC. Mac users should change Ctrl to Cmd. If you actively use Photoshop the tips below can help save you clicks/time. This hopefully (fingers crossed) will increase your overall productivity. Edit -> Preferences ->…


Kyle portraitHow to Update the Author of Multiple Posts in WordPress

If you ever need to update the author(s) of your posts in WordPress and think you have to manually update each one, we are here to tell you there is a much easier way. Let’s say for example an employee…


Kyle portraitCleaning Up Your Permalink

How to Remove “-2” from Your URL in WordPress   Questions or Feedback? We would love to hear your feedback if this blog post has helped you identify actionable improvements for your website. Also, if you run into any issues,…


Kyle portraitHow to Remove Transparency from an Image in PhotoShop

Images are an essential aspect (most of the time) to any website. They bring the website life and make it visually appealing. Plus, people love photos! But, a lot of times, the images they are using are too big or…


Kyle portraitHow 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.


Kyle portrait10 WordPress Tips and Tricks

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


Kyle portrait5 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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