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A selection of articles to help website owners and developers
We think it’s important to continually update your website to keep it secure, load fast, and provide the content your visitors need. Find out what website updates you need, and what you need to do to get them done.
When working on a Divi website in WordPress, the alternate text for images doesn’t work in the usual way. Here’s what you need to do…
Why has Elementor started only displaying 5 blog post pages in it’s pagination? Here’s how to fix if you want to change it.
Most website owners aren’t missing out if they don’t have live chat or chatbot on their website. For some businesses it can be useful. Here are some options.
If you’re viewing your website on a smartphone, or other small screen, and wonder where your navigation menu items have gone, they’re hidden under the hamburger.
If you own a WordPress website and have issues whenever you try to upload more than 20 files then update the max_file_uploads php directive in your php.ini file
Browsers protect visitors by warning that the site is insecure if it does not have a properly configured SSL certificate, or has some insecure content.
If you are trying to recover a lost password from WordPress, and the error message ‘Could not save password reset key to database’ pops up, this post could help.