One goal for many businesses is to improve their search engine rankings. Sales are driven by leads, which are driven in part by search, so this goal is understandable. However, there is a lot of misinformation regarding SEO out there. Here are five common SEO questions and their answers.
Though this is not a common problem, there are times in WordPress when you may have to upload images via FTP to the server. This might occur during a migration from a server that is out of date or underpowered, where moving the Uploads folder via a plugin does not work as smoothly as expected. But uploading images directly to the target server through FTP produces another intriguing problem. The WordPress Media Library cannot “see” images that are not uploaded through the Media Library uploader, and therefore cannot be selected for use as Featured Images or in future Posts.
The Add From Server plugin imports your FTP uploads into the WP Media Library, and allows you to use them as you would normally.
The other day I heard a podcast interview that blew me away. In it, Chase Reeves interviews Mark Canlis, co-owner of Seattle’s destination restaurant, Canlis. The restaurant has been operating at an extremely high level of quality and service for over 60 years. Do yourself a favor, go listen to the podcast right now. Once you’ve done that, I’d like to share my own takeaways.
I recently had a client project where I needed to build a quiz in PHP. Taking what I learned from that, I designed a quiz of my own, where you answer multiple choice questions and determine what heavy metal band your personality resembles. The subject matter can be changed to whatever your own needs are. The focus of this tutorial is to show how to build this particular quiz and explain how the logic works.