The World Wide Web is based on hyperlinks – links on a page which point to other web pages. Often we explore the web ourselves by clicking on hyperlinks. When adding links always prioritise the needs of your visitor and create only if they serve a purpose and add value. Only link to content that […]
Categories and Tags are both ways to organise your content to make it easier for your visitors to navigate your site and find related information. Always think of your visitors first when organising content. Categories create an ‘outline’ of your site, and are a way of identifying the main areas of interest. They are often […]
Optimise your Titles The title is important for website SEO. A title is one of the few elements you can carve out yourself to entice searchers to click through to your post or page. Google shows the first 60-70 characters of the page title in its search results, so your titles should be around this […]
If you’ve already created content in a word processor such as Microsoft Word you can copy (Ctrl+C) and paste (Ctrl+V) this into the Visual Editor. The Visual Editor tab is WYSIWYG; What You See Is What You Get. It may not copy over the styling as you’d expect though (as you’re copying behind the scenes […]
This would be useful if you wanted to change the orientation of the display of your data, but really didn’t want to retype it all. Copy all the original data first, find an empty area and click on a cell where you want to begin the copy. Go to Home > Paste > Transpose (you […]
If you are writing a long post and you want to decide where the excerpt should end then you can use this button. Excerpts of your blog posts are shown on various parts of your site; such as the home page and archives.
Want to format your font when posting in Google+? Try the techniques listed below… Bold a word or sentence with astericks: *bold* Italicize with underscores: _italics_ Strikethrough something with hypens: -strikethrough-
Use short permalinks. If possible use three to four key words in your slug, and you should try and put the most important keywords first. Try and remove so called stop words – like ‘a’, ‘the’, ‘and’, ‘how’, ‘what’, ‘is’ etc (as search engines don’t take them into account) and also numbers, (which are ignored […]
When an input value starts with zero Excel will delete the zero(s) by default – try adding a single quote mark ahead of the first zero.
Windows 7 & 8. Normally you right-click on a file and select Send to, to perhaps create a Compressed (zipped) folder or send to a USB drive you just plugged in. If you hold down the Shift key beforehand you will find many new items in the list. The expanded menu includes all of your User folders like Contacts, […]