By Gini Courter | Monday, May 11, 2015
With SharePoint 2013, you can quickly create websites full of features—from lists and libraries to custom forms and workflow automations.
Adding some colors, fonts, and images that reflect your company’s style is just as easy. Using your browser and SharePoint’s built-in design tools, you can choose a new theme, add your organization’s logo, and apply a background image to give your site a fresh visual identity.
I’ll show you how:
By Chris Nodder | Saturday, March 14, 2015
You’ve heard about usability testing: It’s a way to get immediate feedback about what works and doesn’t work with your product or site.
But you haven’t tried it yet, have you?
Maybe you think it costs a ton of money and involves hiring experts to help you out.
In fact, any team can do its own basic usability test cheaply—and can learn a bunch from it to make its product better—by following these five steps.
By Chris Nodder | Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Even if your small business does most of its selling in the physical world, a smart, trustable, and information-rich website is essential to help new customers find you and to tell existing customers more about your products or services.
You don’t need a fancy site; just a couple of pages will do. But you do need to provide certain types of information.
Here’s what a basic small business website must include:
By Scott Fegette | Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Having a website is now table stakes for today’s working professionals (and darn near a requirement for anyone doing business in this day and age), and Dreamweaver’s always been a great choice for building and maintaining websites.
However, Dreamweaver is also a professional application with tons of functionality packed inside, and can prove difficult to learn. Here’s a roadmap showing you how to build a website with Dreamweaver — as well as a strong foundational skill set for building websites in general.
By Morten Rand-Hendriksen | Thursday, December 18, 2014
What better way to cap off the year than with a new version of everyone’s favourite web publishing application? WordPress 4.1, code-named “Dinah” (after the legendary jazz vocalist Dinah Washington), is now live and ready for your WordPress-powered sites. WordPress 4.1 ships complete with both feature updates and a sparkling new theme—and I’ve got the skinny on what you’ll get when you click the Update Now button.
By Scott Fegette | Sunday, November 30, 2014
As you surf across your social networks today you may notice a number of them are now sporting blue beanies, or toques, or skull-caps. What’s the deal?
Are we being invaded by dopplegangers from an alternate, slightly colder dimension?
Nope. It’s just Blue Beanie Day.
By Carrie Dils | Tuesday, November 18, 2014
I’m a big fan of the Genesis Framework for WordPress. I talk about it when I’m at a WordCamp or local WordPress meetup, and I always get some version of this question:
What is Genesis—and why is it so great?
Whether you’re new to WordPress or you’re a long-time developer looking for a new framework, let me tell you why Genesis is more than just a theme framework.
By Starshine Roshell | Sunday, November 9, 2014
Diagnosed with a life-threatening illness as a teen, Jess Dang promised herself that if she lived to age 30, she would do something to help people lead healthier lives.
So at 30, she quit her job at a high-profile company and launched a website that teaches folks how to cook simple meals using real food.
And she credits lynda.com with helping her do it.
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