Responsive vs. Fluid Typography

Typography is arguably the most important aspect to any site—it communicates your brand’s message and objectives—yet it is often not given the attention it deserves. The current tech landscape includes all sorts of devices and screen resolutions, and designers and developers are expected to render content to work for all of these possible scenarios. We’ll… Read more »

Interacting with an External API with WordPress

The ability to utilize another company’s API (Application Programming Interface) is an extremely useful skill in any programmer’s arsenal. An API is essentially an interface a company provides that allows programmers to connect to their services in order to receive data and perform actions. There are different types of APIs, but in most cases, it… Read more »

Optimizing Your Content for Voice Search

Alexa! Siri? OK, Google. No matter what smart device(s) you address, there’s no doubt that voice search is continuing to grow, and as SEO specialists and content creators, we need to continue making adjustments accordingly. Because voice search is used in a particular way, content should be crafted with consideration to long-tail keywords and queries.… Read more »

What’s Wrong with My Website? A Guide for Website Support

Needing emergency website support is never a good thing, but mistakes sometimes get made and have to be resolved. Recently, WordPress Developer and Core Contributor from BlueHost, William Earnhardt, gave a talk at WordCamp Boston on debugging and troubleshooting: “Why Isn’t This Working? Tips for Debugging in WordPress.” Using this and our weekly developer training… Read more »