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The Ultimate Guide to Font Pairing

The Ultimate Guide to Font Pairing

I’m a font geek – no bones about it. I’ve loved text and type since I first got my mitts on my grandmothers typewriter in her home office in the 70’s – she was a girl ahead of her time for sure! For the curious, here’s a great video called “The Ultimate Guide to Font...

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Top 10 Phrases Designers Hate

These are the kind of things that make designers want to stab themselves in the eye – a cornucopia of vague requests that make the skin of designers crawl! 10 – “Jazz it up!” 9 – “This will give you great exposure and bring in lots of business, so can you do it for...

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#WordPress Basics: Redirecting Your Logout URL

#WordPress Basics: Redirecting Your Logout URL

I’m not a fan of the default WordPress logout url because I think it’s boring. WordPress Tip: Redirect your Logout URL The default logout URL for your WordPress website or blog is usually www.yourdomain.com/wp-login.php?loggedout=true – the login panel.But if, like me...

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The WordPress Sales Page Secret

WordPress is a super easy way to get your sales page created and published so it can be released automatically on your launch date. With a WordPress-based website, you can create a sales page as far in advance as you’d like, and then set the page to publish on...

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Image Tip: Aspect Ratio Calculator

Ever need to resize a video or image on the fly? In order to maintain your 16:9 proportions, you would need to open the image in your editor, scale the image and then update the settings on your site. Or you can click over to 16:9 Aspect Ratio Calculator, input the...

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All About Shortcodes

WordPress has a well-built feature called “shortcodes” – small snippets of code that allow the user to create additional functionality in posts or pages. Some of the most common shortcodes relate to things like adding columns to content, adding images from YouTube and...

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