Using a featured post plugin to enhance your blog or website front page can really grab your site visitor’s attention. More sites these days are making use of this idea as it can be used to quickly summarise the idea behind a blog or provide instant information.
Finding a good featured posts plugin though, can be a bit of a mission, but one we have used is the WordPress Dynamic Content Gallery plugin. We’ve used it on the front page of this site and apart from the minor annoyance of the arrow appearance in IE8 (they display fine in all other browsers of course, curse you Microsoft… the plugin developer is working on a fix for it) – we are pleased with the end result.
We want you to be able to start writing straight away – nothing to set up or complicated procedures to learn how to use. If you can use Word, you can blog online. It really is that easy!
Every site we set up provides the user with their own secure login and the ability to write and publish their own posts or articles on their blog.
We’re sometimes asked ’What if I can’t think of something to write about?‘ Our best tip is to write a series of posts when the mood takes you. We’ve all found that once you get started, it soon begins to get easier. You get into a rhythm and then your ideas begin to flow. Continue reading
Getting your thoughts online has never been easier! Let us do all the hard work so you can concentrate on what you love doing – writing about your passion.
You don’t need to be a ‘geek’ or have any technical know-how to blog. Once you have written and published your first blog post you will be amazed how simple it is.
After mastering the basics you can then add features like photo galleries, Google Adsense ads (to earn some money from your blog) or social networking features yourself or we can do it for you. Continue reading
A ‘blog’, or weblog, is a fantastic way to tell the world what you are doing. Put in simple terms, a blog is simply a website that maintains an ongoing chronicle of information about you, your interests, your business – anything.
Blogs are usually presented in reverse chronological order with the newest entries displayed first. Most blogs use categories to group similar posts (another word for a short article) together and some use tags to further refine post content.