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Combining fonts is one of the trickiest parts of typography. Here are five guidelines to get font combinations right.
If you’ve been to our homepage recently, you might have noticed some changes. Here’s a quick look at what’s new, why we’re changing it up, and some “behind the scenes” resources so you can see how we built different pieces.
And one more this morning via Joel Wolfgang at Wolfgang.Marketing/blog/
Like I said earlier, I don’t want to make brochures I want to make websites. And a good website gets changed, updated, added to and subtracted from. I want my clients to understand its ins and outs. I want them to really grasp what the concepts of how the internet works in order to get more traffic and more conversions.
Also via Joel Wolfgang at Wolfgang.Marketing/blog/
I work with local and small businesses every day. And they all have the same problem, how to show up in search results when the searcher is local to their business. Now, you might be asking what is the difference between local SEO and SEO in general. The short answer is nothing.
On FaceBook this morning in one of the Divi related groups I am a part of I read a great post by Joel Wolfgang of Wolfgang.Marketing that I have shared here and in another group I am a part of the goes like this…
Great Advice Joel!
Design a Unique Feature Section in Divi with Icons Animated by Circle Counters | Elegant Themes Blog
Most websites need a well-designed feature section to display the features of products or services. So, in this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create a unique feature section in Divi. To do this, we are going to get a little creative with Divi’s Circle Counter module to add animation to…
I do occasionally look on WordPress.org for Divi plugins but I must admit it is easy to forget to look regularly. There are currently over 30 plugins specifically built for Divi listed on the WordPress.org plugins director y and all of them are free.
With so many plugins available for your self-hosted WordPress site, it can often be really tough to choose the ones that best suit your needs. Currently, there are nearly 60,000 plugins in the official Plugin Directory, not to mention countless premium plugins available for purchase from a host of different companies.