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  • How to use cool and interesting fonts on your website

    When building a website, font choice is one of those things that can be a total time suck. Cycling through all the various permutations of typeface for each element of your website, it’s all too…

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  • How to sell products on a WordPress website

    The ease and low overhead of starting an online store is a wonderful feature of our current digital world. It’s understandable that so many people want to offer products for sale on their own website,…

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  • How to create a website for charity

    I want to share with you a website project I recently completed. Mahboba’s Promise, an Australian non-profit organisation dedicated to the women and children of Afghanistan, needed a new website. I’ve have been sponsoring an orphan through the organisation…

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  • Ask a SuperGeek: What is HTML?

    I often come across people who are completely baffled about the languages and terminology used online. HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP… what are all these things? It’s totally understandable that many non-technical people struggle with coding…

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  • How to use the WordPress app to manage multiple websites

    If you only have one WordPress site, it’s quite straightforward to manage it. Log in to the dashboard in your browser, or in the browser on your smartphone, and away you go. However, it’s quite…

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  • How to set up free contact forms on your WordPress website

    Every WordPress website I’ve worked on has required me to set up forms. Often it’s just a simple contact form, but things can definitely get a lot more complicated than that. You might have forms…

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  • Where does inspiration come from?

    I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how creative people are inspired. And at the same time, how consciously I seek out inspiration in my own life. I may be a self-proclaimed SuperGeek, but I…

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  • Ask a SuperGeek: What is FTP?

    For this Ask a SuperGeek, I’m tackling a question that comes up pretty frequently when I’m working with clients who aren’t familiar with internet jargon. That is, most of my clients. Because who would be…

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  • How I use Things to get stuff done

    Do you ever lie awake in the middle of the night, thinking over all the things you need to do, and worrying that you’ll forget them all in the morning? Are you stressed out trying…

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  • How to enable infinite scrolling on a Genesis child theme portfolio page

    From time to time, a client requests specific functionality on their website that I have never implemented before. In the case of the Spoonful Publishing website, owner Anthea wanted her portfolio to look amazing. For…

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  • When I got the $20,000 question wrong

    I was too embarrassed to tell people, so only my closest friends and family knew I was going to be on Who Wants to be a Millionaire. I wasn’t sure I really wanted them to…

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  • Ask a SuperGeek: WordPress.com vs WordPress.org

    There are some questions about WordPress that I get asked all the time. One of the most fundamental ones is: What’s the difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org? I can see why this is confusing for…

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