I’m sure you noticed, both WebCami.com and WebCami Cafe got a new look over the holidays.  It has become a holiday tradition for me to hold up in my office for three days or more and completely blow up my website design.  This year, I made the most dramatic changes I’ve made in years and…

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This weekend while I was poking around in a client’s GoDaddy account (auditing renewal dates for him) I was pleased to see that an option appeared to upgrade the PHP version for his Managed WordPress hosting.  One of the downsides of GoDaddy Managed WordPress hosting was that it was PHP version 5.6 and security support…

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I have to admit, I never took this idea to full implementation until my dear friend and colleague, Ann Marie Gill suggested it.  I had always installed WordPress, then loaded in my favorite themes and plugins one at a time.  I thought that connecting to WordPress.org and having my favorite plugins handy was all I…

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Dashboard notifications have been driving me crazy.  For the most part, they are harmless, but occasionally they are exposing my sources for client services if any of my clients login to their sites.  Namely, since ManageWP and GoDaddy became one in the same, I see this lovely message on the top of client dashboards: This…

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I remember when I first started adding blogs on WordPress.com for my clients.  It was around 2007.  At that time, I was creating websites from scratch.  Coding in HTML, CSS and Javascript with each website built as a custom design. “Blog” on the menu was an outside link.  A had a couple of clients that…

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