When things go catastrophically wrong, what’s your first course of action. Panic, call technical support, shout at your computer?
I’d suggest before you do any of the above, you consider some simple steps which might help you understand why things are going wrong. With a little bit of thought, troubleshooting can save you an awful lot of grief.
You’ve re-designed your website. It’s a beautiful new design, satisfying web standards and has lots of new functionality.
Before you rush on and delete your old website, consider these points and make sure that your change-over is as seamless as possible.
Across the board web browsers have improved their support for web standards tenfold. The same can not be said for email clients.
Designing a HTML newsletter presents a minefield of potential errors that could result in some of your end-users seeing very strange and style-less results. It’s time for things to change.
This post began with the intention of spreading the word on Google Map’s new embed feature. It encountered some difficulties along the way and has become a small campaign to provide some answers.
If everything works out right, our web developer hopes to give something back to the Word Press community and make embedding a map a thought-free, hassle-free, standards-loving exercise.