Category Archives: WordPress Tips

5 Ways to Make Your WordPress Tasks More Efficient

As a former intern, I understand just how time consuming performing bulk tasks in WordPress can be. Tasks can range into the tens of hours just for one site at times, and it’s often not possible to devote that much…


How to Check Your Website for ADA Compliance

Having an ADA compliant is required by law, and is an important consideration for all website owners.  After your website has become ADA accessible, you may think you have hit the finish line. It’s not just about having an accessible…


Andrew DelossantosHow to Add and Edit Alt Text in WordPress

Since the passing of ADA laws, more and more websites are adopting accessibility standards for people who are browsing the web with assistive technologies such as screen readers. These assistive devices play a major role in the accessibility of a…


Pete Boyd portraitPlugins, Plugins and More Plugins

WordPress is a great platform for building law firm websites. With a vast 60,000 to 70,000 plugins to choose from, WP is highly customizable.   However, with too much choice, you can get yourself in trouble. Plugins should be kept to…


Kyle portraitHow To Do a Hard Refresh

When edits are made to your website, you may not be able to see them at first glance. This is because your browser saves “assets” from your site so the page loads faster (i.e., caching). This includes items that are…


Mike portraitA PaperStreet Introduction to WordPress’ New Content Editor, Gutenberg

In late 2018, WordPress’ much-anticipated (and once maligned) version 5.0 was released, and with it shipped a new content editor. This “Block Editor,” named after Johannes Gutenberg, legendary printing press inventor of the 15th century, offered a dramatic reimagination of…


What is the Difference Between Web Hosting and Domain Hosting For Your Law Firm Website?

Domain and web hosting are two of the fundamental elements of creating and maintaining your law firm website. While domain and web hosting are very closely related, they are different services and it is important to know how these two…


Mike portraitStructuring Headings for Enhanced Accessibility and Search Rankings

Just as there are chapters in a book, there are headings in web content. Headings break content into scannable, digestible chunks so we can consume words on our devices quickly and efficiently. Headings are critical, and we know them well.…


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…


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