Is Facebook or LinkedIn pulling in old info from your website? Here's how to clear their caches and fix this issue.
If you need to use PDFs on your site, it’s important to keep their file size as small as possible. Here are some tips to keep in mind.
It's easiest to look at who IS coming to your site and your events. But what happens when you think like a detective & ask, "Who's missing?"
No matter the reason why a site visitor may not be able to see your site, it's important to accommodate those with visual impairments.
When you gather data and review your work for the year, you'll be set to celebrate your success.
For things like hosting and domain accounts, setting up generic organizational email addresses is the answer.
When you write great content for print publications, e-newsletters, & social media, don't let it quickly disappear, never to be seen again.
Brand extensions for the web are all about taking the look & feel of your existing brand and making it work online.
Do your words welcome or do they cause harm? These resources will help you include all, regardless of gender, age, race, sexuality, or circumstance.
This year, between the two of us, we read some great non-fiction ("work"-related and non) that we thought we'd share with you.
To make your website content friendly and understandable, focus on the basics — and make friends with some great readability tools.
Few things are scarier than when something goes awry on your website. Avoid the stress with regular, automatic website backups.