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Getting Around Facebook’s Super Annoying Caching Problem

October 21, 2015

I get at least one email per week from a client who is super frustrated because they are trying to post a page or article to Facebook, but Facebook isn’t reading the link correctly. It’s showing old data or no data. Nine times outta ten, this is the link you need: The Facebook Debugger The idea here is that Facebook…

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A Glossary of Web Design

October 7, 2015

“Incomprehensible jargon is the hallmark of a profession.” – KINGSTON BREWSTER For better or for worse, the jargon is inescapable. If you’re working on a website with me, these are some of the most common terms you’ll hear come out of my mouth. Pretty soon they’ll be like second nature to you, and this should help… WordPress The content management…

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How to Start Your Own WordPress Site on a Budget

April 7, 2015

A lot of new clients come to me super frustrated. They thought starting a website would be easy, so they dug in, downloaded WordPress, and then either got stuck right away or came away with a website they don’t really like. So they find me, and I’m happy to help out. If you have the budget for it, hiring a…

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Five tools I can’t design without, and two more I like a lot

November 5, 2013

I like to write code. A website is very much like a puzzle, and all the pieces have to fit together just so. The stakes are reasonably high, I mean no one’s gonna die (disclaimer: I don’t know that for certain) but one missing back-slash and your site goes totally blank. Erase the wrong thing and you can be looking…

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