How to Migrate from WordPress to ClassicPress
Helping people with their websites over the years has, for the most part, gotten easier. It got a lot easier when I started recommending to clients to use WordPress. It was simple, people could look at the editing screen and easily add/edit their content. That all changed when Automattic and
WordPress 5 Gutenberg Editor: Thoughts and GoodBye
I have been testing the WordPress 5 Beta's since they came out and prior to that I had installed the new Gutenberg plugin on a test website just to get a sense of what is coming in WordPress and I have to say that the future of WordPress is a
WordPress GDPR Plugins
For the record I am not a lawyer and I will not guarantee that any of the content below will help you in being GDPR compliant. Normally I don't pay a lot of attention to laws coming out of the European Union, because frankly I live in Canada and for the
7 Essential WordPress Plugins in 2017
If you are just starting out with WordPress it can be daunting. The huge amount of themes and plugins to choose from is huge, not to mention the learning curve of purchasing a domain name, setting up your hosting, installing WordPress and eventually getting to writing and publishing your website.
It was not long ago that I was looking for a way to block visitors from some countries on some of my clients websites. The sites really only needed to be accessible from North America and did not need to be exposed to the extra visitors, bandwidth and possible hackers
Kaltura Community Edition
TL;DR version: Don't waste your time. Kaltura server is prone to problems and the player simply doesn't work reliably on a number of platforms. Video has become an important part of many websites, and for some YouTube simply does not cut it any more. Not
Cord Cutting in Regina
There has been a lot of talk over the last little while about the new skinny cable packages that the CRTC made the cable companies implement. I was interested in what the plans would be because it would have been simple to go from the rather large SaskTel MaxTV subscription
Your Website Sucks!
I am very sorry to be the bearer of bad news but I need to be honest with you about your website. IT SUCKS! I know you have spent hours, well at least 30 minutes, working on your website, and I know you are very proud
There are times when little problems pop up using WordPress that you just might not expect. Most users don't know or care about what character encoding their computer and browser are using but when that character encoding is different from what WordPress uses it can lead to some odd
Spam, Spam and More Spam
As long as there has been the ability to leave comments on websites there has been spam. I recall creating a guestbook for a client once and even though the guestbook used a captcha it did not take long before it started to become overwhelmed with spammy comments.