Font colors that can be used with WordPress

When I travel about the Internet and I see a font color that catches my eye, I make a note of the hexadecimal code used to create that color. I then make a note of it here. I add more colors as I find them. Feel free to stop back to see if there’s anything …

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Another reason to stay away from Site5

I received an email this morning from Site5, my former hosting provider and domain registrar. The email stated that bentcorner.com was about to expire and I should renew it now. One small problem: I changed bentcorner.com’s registration to GoDaddy last year. Here’s the email: Site5 is a terrible company. They used to be great until …

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How to add Yoast breadcrumbs to the Twenty Sixteen theme

If you are using the Yoast SEO plugin on your WordPress powered website and would like to add the breadcrumb feature to your site, the first thing you will need to do is turn the feature on. Log into WordPress and on the left-hand side, select SEO and then Advanced. At the very top of …

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Should you delete someone’s comments when they ask?

I read the following tweet the other day and it piqued my interest: If someone requests that a comment they made three years ago be deleted as it shows up in Google searches about them, would you delete it? — Jeff (@jeffr0) August 22, 2017 Jeffr0 is Jeff Chandler, editor in chief at WP Tavern, …

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I am going to WordCamp DC 2017

I just purchased my ticket to WordCamp DC 2017. Even though I have been a user of WordPress for over ten years, this will be my very first WordCamp. WordCamp DC 2017 is taking place July 14-16 at the Carnegie Library of Washington, DC, seen in the above photo. I normally try to stay out …

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WooCommerce raises renewal rates 50 percent

WooCommerce, the popular eCommerce software for WordPress, secretly and without notice, raised the renewal price for extensions by 50 percent, or in other words, to the full original purchase price. When you buy a WooCommerce extension from WooCommerce, you’re purchasing a one-year “subscription” that entitles you to a year of free updates and support. After …

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