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Adding Signatures to Forms in WordPress

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In this session we discuss adding signatures to forms in WordPress and the different ways in which this can be done. We talk about using the Adobe forms system that allows you to create a PDF file and access these files from the site which are stored in the Adobe account. We also talk about

Website Review – Secure-tech.co.uk – Part 7 – Prescription for Improving the Site

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Now that we’ve taken an in depth look at the website for the review, here are 10 actionable items starting from the most important ending with the least important. Having said that all of these fit in the context of what's the minimum necessary for this WordPress business website to be effective and reach its

Website Review – Secure-tech.co.uk – Part 5 – The Minimum Necessary Content

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Now that you understand what is necessary in order to be returned in search results by Google, the next thing we're going to talk about is the minimum necessary content for your WordPress business website. We touched on this a fair bit already but we're going to talk about it in depth now. First it

Website Review – Secure-tech.co.uk – Part 4 – The Minimum Necessary to be Returned by Google in Relevant Search Results

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Just as we had a minimum necessary for the site to accomplish business goals, there's a minimum necessary in order to be returned by Google in relevant search results. And the first thing is that you have sufficient, relevant content. Let’s do a site search and look at securedtech.co.uk. So what you are seeing here

Website Review – Secure-tech.co.uk – Part 3 – The Minimum Necessary Site to Accomplish the Business Purpose

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Once we define what the business purpose of the site is and how we're getting traffic to our site, the next thing we want to do is understand the minimum necessary site elements are to accomplish the business purpose. You might have a big grand plan of a very large site or of a site

Website Review – Secure-tech.co.uk – Part 2 – Identifying the Business Purpose of the Site

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When I do an evaluation of a WordPress website like this, the very first thing that I believe you need to do is identify what business purpose of your site. I think Faris has done a pretty good job of expressing and understanding that. The business purpose of this site is to get people to

Website Review – Secure-tech.co.uk – Part 1 – Overview of the Site We are Reviewing

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Before we begin your WordPress website review to identify if it has the minimum necessary requirements to meet your business purpose, let’s talk about your business. What services do you provide and what kinds of clients are you looking for? Faris: The business is IT Consultancy or a full IT Solutionist. It means design, implementation

Website Review – Secure-tech.co.uk

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In this Website Review we examine a member's site in detail to identify if the site has the minimum necessary requirements to accomplish the intended business purpose. We talk about what the minimum necessary requirements are, examine the site for those requirements and then give a prescription for improving the site. These videos are available to free members.

When to Use Drafts in WordPress

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In this session we discuss using drafts in WordPress when there is a big time difference between creating the drafts and publishing them. WordPress treats drafts entirely differently than published pages. We discuss using drafts in the context of when you are just starting to build your site and when you already have an established

Lesson 9 – Part 3 – Styling Content for Readability Using Headings and Lists

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Once you’ve got text in the editor, you want to start styling it so that it’s easily read. And not only so that it’s easily read but so that it also reinforces your search engine optimization. A couple of weeks ago, we looked at this Google Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide and we started off

Dealing with Duplicate Content in WordPress

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In this session we talk about how to deal with duplicate content in WordPress. It’s possible to have content indexed a number of times which raises the possibility of duplication issues so it’s important to choose what to index. For duplicate content, Google chooses which one it considers to be the most relevant and will

Lesson 9 – Add Content to Your Site

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Lesson 9 of our Build a Professional Services Website using the Genesis theme and WordPress covers how to add content to your site. In aid of that we show how to use the WordPress Text Editor, review its different modes and views and how to add text to it from other software. Here we discuss

Lesson 12 – Part 3 – Displaying Content in WordPress

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WordPress Display Styles There's another thing to keep in mind in this organization and that's how WordPress displays content on a web page. WordPress has different display styles. Full Page Display Style The first kind of display style is the Full Page. Pages, Single Posts, Custom Post Types and Attachments can all be displayed as

Lesson 11 – Add Style and Content to the Home Page Using Plugins & Widgets

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Lesson 11 of our Build a Professional Services Website using the Thesis theme and WordPress focuses on how to add style and content to the Home Page of your small business website using plugins and widgets.We begin by talking about what templates are and the template choices available in the Thesis theme so that you

Lesson 9 – Add Content to your Site

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In Lesson 9 of our Build a Professional Services Website using the Thesis theme and WordPress we show you how to add content to your small business/professional services website. We begin with the WordPress Text Editor which is where you add content to your site. We review the different parts and modes of the editor

How to Read a Web Page Source File

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In this session, we demonstrate how to read a web page source file. By right click on a page and selecting the “View Page Source” it will show the HTML view-source of the page. From the view-source you can tell if the site was constructed well or not or if it’s missing important elements but