Why Aren’t You Blogging?

If DiggsDesign built your website, it’s most likely equipped with a blog. That’s great, right? You can show off your knowledge and expertise! Well, it’s great if you’re using it, and not so great if you aren’t. Nothing’s worse than a client visiting your blog and not seeing anything new posted in over a year. […]

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The Power of Photography

The Light Grey Desert When WordPress first started spreading across the Internet, it did so with a layout that put the emphasis on text over photography. The WordPress look was simple and functional, but it didn’t do much to help websites showcase what made them unique. As the platform evolved, so too did the look […]

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WordPress & Plugin Updates

This article is for those who want to update their WordPress installation and plugins on their own. Theoretically, this is a very easy process, but sometimes your developer may have customized the plugins your site is using and therefore updating those plugins could overwrite those customizations. If you are unsure if this applies to you […]

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Internet Explorer Under Attack

Microsoft is strongly suggesting Internet Explorer users download a temporary patch to bandage a vulnerability that could allow hackers to take remote control of their computers. Some are tracing it back to the now-infamous Oracle Java attackers. Redmond on late Monday posted a security advisory urging users to download the Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit if […]

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JPG vs. PNG: Do You Know the Difference?

JPG, GIF, PNG, Exif, BMP, TIFF, SVG, RAW*… the list goes on. It seems like there are a lot of options available to content managers for image formatting. The question is, do you know when to use each? Here’s a quick summary of the two formats you’ll likely end up using for your basic image […]

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