There’s a new law that goes into effect in the European Union on May 25, 2018… The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). That’s a fancy way to say the privacy rights of any individual in the EU accessing a website is protected. GDPR has been creating some confusion and panic as people scramble to become… Read more about WordPress Comes to the Rescue with GDPR Compliance Resources
Updated June 14, 2018: Late last year we told you about Google increasing the length of featured snippets in Search Engine results. Well, you can forget all that now! According to Google’s Danny Sullivan, “… search snippets are now shorter on average than in recent weeks, though slightly longer than before a change we made… Read more about Featured Snippets Now Longer Than Ever! Or are They?
If you’re struggling with sales tax, we may just have a solution for you! Our team at iWitness Design has partnered with Avalara, and this post contains some good information from them. Do you really understand when you owe sales tax? Sales tax is ugly. It’s a time-consuming pass through activity that takes you or your… Read more about Is Sales Tax the Bane of your Existence? We may just have a solution for you!
We love WordCamps! WordCamps are a great opportunity to personally meet those people that we interact with on Twitter all the time. It’s a time to meet new people and drum up new business. It’s a safe place to learn more about WordPress and anything related to design, development, and good business practices. Then there’s the… Read more about WordCamp Seattle – The Good and Bad
It’s no secret that the team here at iWitness Design is a BIG fan of Restrict Content Pro. We use it on many client sites and even have several add-ons that we’ve built for it over on Skillful Plugins. One of the reasons we love RCP so much is because of its simple interface and… Read more about GravityForms User Registration with Restrict Content Pro
If you use a membership plugin alongside BuddyPress, you may wonder which registration form to use. We answer that and share some tips.
Posts and Pages So you’ve created a WordPress site and are exploring your freshly installed dashboard. You notice there is a item for ‘Posts’ and an item for ‘Pages’ in the navigation panel. Posts differ from pages in that pages are static locations on your site and posts are content that can be listed on those… Read more about Custom Post Types And How To Make Them
I’ve been to over 25 technology and WordPress related events in the last 5 years, and I can say hands down my favorite part of any event is talking with people. Every single person has an interesting story to tell, and things for me to learn. The problem is that most conferences have more people than… Read more about Making The Most of Networking At Your Tech Conference