Creekside Blog

Websites 101 for Small Business

A client recently asked me to speak to a class for new business owners about the basics of what they should consider when building a brand new website. What follows are—in no particular order—the most common terms and concepts I end up going over with clients building a new website. Websites 101.

Editing Images In WordPress

Resizing images can be confusing for those who don’t do it regularly and may not have Photoshop. Here’s how to go about editing images in WordPress.

Upload PDF to WordPress and Add to Menu

A common question that I get from clients is how to upload a PDF to WordPress and add to the menu that you have on the site. Like a lot of things in WordPress, it’s easy but not necessarily intuitive. Let me show you how.

What is Gutenberg?

WordPress is about to go through a major overhaul, and for those of you who edit your own sites and write your own blog posts, you will notice a major difference in the back end editor. This new editor is called…

Gutenberg.

SEO, Blogging, and Return on Investment

“How does blogging help SEO, and how much effort should I put into it?” This is a common question from clients. Here is a highly simplified explanation.

Using the Divi Library

A quick video tutorial on using the Divi Theme Library for greater control over your site.

WordPress Basics – Pages, Posts, Categories, Tags

A video tutorial on the very basic functions of WordPress, specifically pages, posts, categories and tags, and the functions they each serve.

Editing Images In WordPress

Resizing images can be confusing for those who don’t do it regularly and may not have Photoshop. Here’s how to go about editing images in WordPress.

Upload PDF to WordPress and Add to Menu

A common question that I get from clients is how to upload a PDF to WordPress and add to the menu that you have on the site. Like a lot of things in WordPress, it’s easy but not necessarily intuitive. Let me show you how.

What is Gutenberg?

WordPress is about to go through a major overhaul, and for those of you who edit your own sites and write your own blog posts, you will notice a major difference in the back end editor. This new editor is called…

Gutenberg.

SEO, Blogging, and Return on Investment

“How does blogging help SEO, and how much effort should I put into it?” This is a common question from clients. Here is a highly simplified explanation.

Using the Divi Library

A quick video tutorial on using the Divi Theme Library for greater control over your site.

WordPress Basics – Pages, Posts, Categories, Tags

A video tutorial on the very basic functions of WordPress, specifically pages, posts, categories and tags, and the functions they each serve.

Upload PDF to WordPress and Add to Menu

A common question that I get from clients is how to upload a PDF to WordPress and add to the menu that you have on the site. Like a lot of things in WordPress, it’s easy but not necessarily intuitive. Let me show you how.

What is Gutenberg?

WordPress is about to go through a major overhaul, and for those of you who edit your own sites and write your own blog posts, you will notice a major difference in the back end editor. This new editor is called…

Gutenberg.

SEO, Blogging, and Return on Investment

“How does blogging help SEO, and how much effort should I put into it?” This is a common question from clients. Here is a highly simplified explanation.

Using the Divi Library

A quick video tutorial on using the Divi Theme Library for greater control over your site.

WordPress Basics – Pages, Posts, Categories, Tags

A video tutorial on the very basic functions of WordPress, specifically pages, posts, categories and tags, and the functions they each serve.

What is Gutenberg?

WordPress is about to go through a major overhaul, and for those of you who edit your own sites and write your own blog posts, you will notice a major difference in the back end editor. This new editor is called…

Gutenberg.

SEO, Blogging, and Return on Investment

“How does blogging help SEO, and how much effort should I put into it?” This is a common question from clients. Here is a highly simplified explanation.

Using the Divi Library

A quick video tutorial on using the Divi Theme Library for greater control over your site.

WordPress Basics – Pages, Posts, Categories, Tags

A video tutorial on the very basic functions of WordPress, specifically pages, posts, categories and tags, and the functions they each serve.

Re: Design

RE: Design. A (hopefully) regular feature on my blog featuring the best of the many web design related articles I read in the course of a week. This week: content management systems and the seemingly irrational cognitive processes that drive user choices.

What is Gutenberg?

WordPress is about to go through a major overhaul, and for those of you who edit your own sites and write your own blog posts, you will notice a major difference in the back end editor. This new editor is called…

Gutenberg.

SEO, Blogging, and Return on Investment

“How does blogging help SEO, and how much effort should I put into it?” This is a common question from clients. Here is a highly simplified explanation.

Using the Divi Library

A quick video tutorial on using the Divi Theme Library for greater control over your site.

WordPress Basics – Pages, Posts, Categories, Tags

A video tutorial on the very basic functions of WordPress, specifically pages, posts, categories and tags, and the functions they each serve.

Re: Design

RE: Design. A (hopefully) regular feature on my blog featuring the best of the many web design related articles I read in the course of a week. This week: content management systems and the seemingly irrational cognitive processes that drive user choices.

SEO, Blogging, and Return on Investment

“How does blogging help SEO, and how much effort should I put into it?” This is a common question from clients. Here is a highly simplified explanation.

Using the Divi Library

A quick video tutorial on using the Divi Theme Library for greater control over your site.

WordPress Basics – Pages, Posts, Categories, Tags

A video tutorial on the very basic functions of WordPress, specifically pages, posts, categories and tags, and the functions they each serve.

Re: Design

RE: Design. A (hopefully) regular feature on my blog featuring the best of the many web design related articles I read in the course of a week. This week: content management systems and the seemingly irrational cognitive processes that drive user choices.

Using the Divi Library

A quick video tutorial on using the Divi Theme Library for greater control over your site.

WordPress Basics – Pages, Posts, Categories, Tags

A video tutorial on the very basic functions of WordPress, specifically pages, posts, categories and tags, and the functions they each serve.

Re: Design

RE: Design. A (hopefully) regular feature on my blog featuring the best of the many web design related articles I read in the course of a week. This week: content management systems and the seemingly irrational cognitive processes that drive user choices.

WordPress Basics – Pages, Posts, Categories, Tags

A video tutorial on the very basic functions of WordPress, specifically pages, posts, categories and tags, and the functions they each serve.

Re: Design

RE: Design. A (hopefully) regular feature on my blog featuring the best of the many web design related articles I read in the course of a week. This week: content management systems and the seemingly irrational cognitive processes that drive user choices.

WordPress Basics – Pages, Posts, Categories, Tags

A video tutorial on the very basic functions of WordPress, specifically pages, posts, categories and tags, and the functions they each serve.

Re: Design

RE: Design. A (hopefully) regular feature on my blog featuring the best of the many web design related articles I read in the course of a week. This week: content management systems and the seemingly irrational cognitive processes that drive user choices.

Re: Design

RE: Design. A (hopefully) regular feature on my blog featuring the best of the many web design related articles I read in the course of a week. This week: content management systems and the seemingly irrational cognitive processes that drive user choices.

Re: Design

RE: Design. A (hopefully) regular feature on my blog featuring the best of the many web design related articles I read in the course of a week. This week: content management systems and the seemingly irrational cognitive processes that drive user choices.