Robots.txt File for Photographers

Back in October 2014, Google announced an update to their technical Webmaster guidelines as it relates to the rendering of web pages. Specifically they don't want Webmasters blocking access to CSS, JavaScript and the images your website uses. Why the update? Because in the old days, Googlebot ...
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WordPress Reading Settings

The reading settings page in a WordPress dashboard is pretty straight forward. But even so, we'll walk you through each setting to make sure that your photography website has been set to the optimal settings. Front Page Displays... The default setting is Your Latest Posts which simply means ...
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WordPress Permalinks for Photographers

In my previous post titled WordPress Settings for Photographers I detailed the settings needed on the "General Settings" tab of WordPress. That's the first page of settings that your should adjust after installing WordPress. Now that you have completed the general settings, we're going to move to ...
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WordPress Plugins 101

WordPress plugins are components of software code (Php, HTML, CSS, jQuery, etc.) that have been created to extend and expand the functionality of WordPress. A quick trip to the official WordPress Plugin Directory will show you that over 36,000 plugins1 have been created having been downloaded ...
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WordPress Settings for Photographers

Now that you've got WordPress up and running it's time to optimize the settings for your photography website. When you log into WordPress you are directed to your main dashboard. This is indicated by viewing the left navigation and identifying the blue bar which highlights the section of the ...
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