What is Beaver Builder and why do I love it so much?

This is a long-overdue blog post about Beaver Builder, the page builder/theme I use for all my web design services.  I first have to thank Ann Marie Gill for urging me to purchase Beaver Builder in 2016.  At the time, Genesis was my go-to theme package for all projects.  But, Beaver Builder has changed my…

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WordPress Fundamentals Notes 2-20-21

This is a reference post for the Seattle WordPress Meetup held on February 20th, 2021.  WordPress Fundamentals.  10 am – 12 pm. WordPress Fundamentals is an introductory class for users that are brand new to WordPress. Hosted by: Dash Buck (they/them):  https://steadypixel.com/ (check out Dash’s page about pronouns – https://www.dashbuck.com/pronouns/) Cami MacNamara (she/her): https://webcami.com/ and…

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WordPress Fundamentals Notes 8-15-20

This is a reference post for the Seattle WordPress Meetup held on August 15th, 2020.  WordPress Fundamentals.  10am-12pm Hosted by Dash Buck:  https://www.dashbuck.com/ (check out Dash’s page about pronouns – https://www.dashbuck.com/pronouns/) Cami MacNamara: https://webcami.com/ and here at WebCami Cafe! Dash was taking a much-needed break this week! After a round of introductions, we touched on…

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How to change a user password in a mysql database

One of the most frustrating things I remember about learning WordPress was losing my own password and not getting the password reset emails.  I couldn’t log into the site, so I was stuck not knowing how in the world I would get in.  A few Google searches lead to instructions. Here’s a quick video: Login…

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WebCami’s Toolbox: Freshbooks

The first few years of my business, I would buy the newest version of Quickbooks Pro whenever I had to.  This was long before Quickbooks online came to be.  I always found it a pain in the ass to work with and hated how clunky it was.   Someone I met through networking here in Seattle…

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WebCami’s Toolbox: Built With

How many of you have a potential client call and say, “I need someone to take over my WordPress website” only to look at the source code to find that their site is build in Wix, Weebly or Squarespace?  This happens quite often for cold calls I received.  There are a large number of business…

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