Posts in Insider Tips category
Posts in Insider Tips category
Our team solves many small WordPress issues for our clients each week, so we want to pass on some professional tips for those entrepreneurs who operate their own WordPress site. We will cover these tips over the next 2 articles. Keep Your WordPress Site Secure WordPress offers some of the tightest security available, but hacking […]
Content on a website doesn’t just happen. In fact, how the content is developed and structured will play a crucial role in the success of your SEO and conversion rates. What kind of content should you have on your site? How should you structure the menu? What should be the first-level menu items? One or […]
In our last post, we reviewed some key questions to ask any prospective WordPress web developer, or even your current developer. In this article, we have more suggestions as you interview WordPress developers prior to signing the contract. 1. Will it be easy for me to manage content on my WordPress website? WordPress is the […]
NOYO Web Development solves many problems for our WordPress clients each week, so we decided to pull together some top tips for entrepreneurs using WordPress. Keep it Streamlined WordPress is built to be lean and clean, yet robust enough to power over 25% of all websites worldwide. As a WordPress user, you want to keep […]
Did you know that your website’s database represents the primary traffic jam when scaling? NOYO Web Development has used several strategies to prevent load on the database, such as making WordPress less dependent on the database, or handling pages prior to them arriving in WordPress. When Great Caching Isn’t Enough: Database Replicas However, you will […]
In our last blog post, NOYO Web Development highlighted three critical mistakes that WordPress developers make that they shouldn’t. In this post, we focus on three more common errors that WordPress developers should avoid by rote memory. If you are seeking a professional developer for a new website or to upgrade an existing site, talk […]
Now that we are coming to the end of summer 2017, it’s time to look at the upcoming trends in web design in 2018. In a previous blog post, we looked at specific trends in Wordpress for 2018, but this post will be an overview of more general trends in design.
Engaging a web developer to build your new e-commerce site or upgrade an existing site presents many challenges, especially if you are not a tech guru and don’t know what experience or skills the developer must have to meet your needs.
WooCommerce has announced that its annual conference will be held at the Bell Harbor International Conference Center in Seattle, Washington. The dates are October 19 and 20, 2017. The last two WooConferences were held in San Francisco and Austin with several days for workshops, talks, and excellent conversations between developers, sponsors, and the WooCommerce team. […]
On April 4, 2017, Mick Jolley, lead developer at WooCommerce made the following announcement: “With great delight, I wish to inform you that WooCommerce 2.7 will be now versioned as 3.0.0. The new version of WooCommerce was expected to be released somewhere during February 2017. But, the development cycle itself was filled with a number […]
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