Of 100 requests for quotes to convert a website to WordPress, 20 of those websites will be in Joomla, 10% of them will be produced using old HTML code using Dreamweaver, Website Tonight or even raw hand-coding. The remaining 5-10% will be from websites created with Drupal software. This morning a quote request came in asking why WordPress is so much better than Drupal. Here is my response:
Here Next Year, LLC officially announced today its launch of MyColumnWeaver, an in-house developed plugin for WordPress. Its function is to allow a user with no HTML or CSS experience to add columns to their website.
Here Next Year president, Marty Dickinson, suggests, “The most common use for this plugin will be featuring an image in a left column with descriptive content in a right column such as the following display:
If you are starting your first website, you are of the fortunate many who have the opportunity to start at the top by doing things right the first time around by implementing a new WordPress website.
Here’s what’s going to happen though.
If your website is not in WordPress, we recommend you do whatever it takes to transfer your website to WordPress as soon as possible. There are at least 35 reasons why your main company website should be using WordPress, but for this post, I’d like to focus this post on the conversion steps.
21 Steps to Converting Your Traditional Website to WordPress.
The Ultimate FREE Guide to Making Blog Posts with WordPress
I’m asked several times a month by clients how to make a blog post. Sometimes the question is about where to get the content, how to post the format, what to do about images, and of course SEO.