The GDPR was rolled out on Friday, May 25, 2018. A lot of publishers (if you run a web site, you are in the eyes of the GDPR a “publisher”) have been hanging back to see what all the furor is about. But there are a few things that you really need to do now […]
Now that a lot of hosts are offering Let’s Encrypt as part of their hosting package and Google is punishing non-https sites, there’s no better time to convert your site to HTTPS. What Is the HTTPS Protocol? HTTPS (HTTP Secure) is an extension of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) for secure communication over a computer […]
If you are new to WordPress and want to dive in and set up and design your own web site, you should pay a visit to these 10 web sites. They are chock full of great WordPress information and how-to’s. WordPress Codex — The the online manual for WordPress and a living repository for WordPress […]
Hang tight because you are going to see a revamped Pixelita.com in the next few weeks. I have ben flip-flopping between premium Genesis child tthemes Agency Pro, Beautiful Pro, and Centro Pro, and have decided that as much as I do love the Genesis framework, I am going to roll my own on this one, […]
Going green is a trend that hopefully won’t go away anytime soon. And there are a lot of companies that want a “green” design to reflect their commitment to going green. But even if you just need a splash of green to make your design complete, one of these icon sets is just right! Please […]
We’ve been using Genesis for a few years, mostly for our cost-conscious clients. It’s an amazingly powerful framework. Now that we’ve been living with Genesis for awhile, here’s our take on some pretty handy, dandy Genesis focused plugins.
A net search caused me to go looking for coffee-themed icon sets. With wi-fi enabled coffee houses and delis sprouting like mushrooms after a rain, it’s nice to know you can spruce up such a web site with these clever social media icons. As with all freely offered icon sets, please check each artist’s specific […]
A few months ago, I wrote about our experience in porting a site from CMS Made Simple to WordPress and the difficulty in finding similar plugins to replace the CMSMS modules the site was using. Turns out that the popular WordPress plugin Next Generation Gallery conflicted with the one plugin we found that worked well […]