WordPress Website Owner's Manual

If you publish a book on CreateSpace and get a content validation request you’ll probably have a lot of questions. I know I did! However, I could never find any official documentation on the process. So here’s what happened to me.

WordPress

I love working with WordPress, but it does need some maintenance now and again.  WordPress software, plugins and even themes need to be updated periodically. Keeping your software current helps to keep hackers out and your WordPress installation running smoothly. That’s why I’ve started a quarterly update service.  What’s included? Read More →

Wishing You a Happy Holiday! I wanted to take a moment to let you know how grateful I am for your trust, support and business.  I hope 2013 be a great year for all of us! In honor of the holidays, I’ll be out of the office December 24th throughRead More →

  Wishing you and your family the happiest of holidays! I’m so grateful for your trust, support and business.  May 2012 be a fantastic year for all of us! In honor of the holidays, I’ll be out of the office December 26th and January 2nd.

I hope you all have a happy and safe Thanksgiving. Perry Internet Consulting will be closed Thursday and Friday.

I love the Internet Wayback Machine!  Go to the site and plug in a website URL.  The Wayback machine will then give you a list of dates where it has a snapshot of that website.  It’s not perfect in that the site can be slow and there can be brokenRead More →

I’ve been working on WordPress for years and doing a little more all the time.  I was surprised when I realized how many WordPress services I provide: Creating customized WordPress themes – These themes vary from totally personalized with a custom design to variations on an existing WordPress theme. WordPressRead More →

A List Apart has just published their 2008 survey of people who make websites.  About thirty thousand people responded to this survey. It appears that most website developers are men. (I knew this before.)  More than 50% of respondents were under 29. (I had no idea.  When did this happen?)  Read More →