Monthly Archives: September 2013

Is WordPress Secure?

Short answer: yes. Long answer: Yes, if you use one bit of secret knowledge, and add a few sensible precautions.

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Sidney, The Uncommon Squirrel, Gets Ready Set Go Instant Blogging Package

Ready to start blogging? With our Ready Set Go Instant Blogging package, you can start sooner than you think. Just ask Ed Kellner, author of Sidney The Uncommon Squirrel.

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How to Use More Fonts on Your Website

Once upon a time, your choices for fonts on the web were limited. In fact, when I coded my first website, there were about 4 fonts you could use. But since you could also use bold, italics, and blink, what … Continue reading

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DIY Web Design Tips from Book Covers

While some professionals poo-poo the idea of anyone creating their own website without proper training, I think there are times when budget constraints warrant it. Book editors and cover designers say the same things about authors who do their own … Continue reading

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WordPress: The Really (Really) Simple Introduction

I’m good at speaking in non-technical terms. I recently met someone just as good. WordPress Building Blocks is a web company operated by Susanna Perkins, whose customer service skills amazed even me (I’ve written whole books on the topic. I’m … Continue reading

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