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8 months ago

Building A 2 Phase Form To Generate More Leads

In this article, we're going to discuss building a two phase form using Formidable Forms. This is one of our favorite form plugins due to its ease of use, back-end design, and expandability. We use it in most of our websites, including this one. For this tutorial, we'll be using another one of our websites […]
8 months ago

Google PageSpeed & Lighthouse Score Is A Question Mark?

In this article, we're going to discuss the common causes of a Google PageSpeed performance score being a question question mark. Sometimes, when you generate a Google PageSpeed report (the same goes for Lighthouse) there will be an error, and your performance score will display as a question question mark. We recently had this issue […]
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8 months ago

What exactly is First Input Delay?

In late May 2020, Google began transitioning towards a more user experience oriented search. In the coming months, the search engine algorithm will begin incorporating user experience (as well as website speed and content quality) when ranking pages. You may have noticed a new metric called First Input Delay On Google PageSpeed. First Input Delay […]
8 months ago

Understanding Real World Data In Google PageSpeed

In this article we're going to discuss what real world data (field data) in Google PageSpeed is, and how you can use it to improve your websites speed, user experience, and ranking. In this article, we're going to be using the terms real world data, field data, and real user monitoring (RUM) interchangeably. If the […]
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8 months ago

Better Bluehost Alternatives (2020)

Disclaimer: When referring to Bluehost, we are discussing their Choice Plus plan. This is a shared hosting offering and different from their dedicated hosting offerings. In this article we're going to compare Bluehost to some other hosting alternatives in the same price range. The main purpose of this article is to compare the performance of […]
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8 months ago

How to Add Meta Descriptions in WordPress

In this post we're going to review how to add meta descriptions to WordPress. First, we're going to go over what a meta description is and why you want it. Then, we're going to show you two ways you can add meta descriptions to your WordPress pages and posts. Let’s get into it! What’s A […]
8 months ago

What’s the difference between Google PageSpeed and Google Lighthouse?

In this article we're going to address the difference between Google PageSpeed and Google Lighthouse. Both do similar things, but there are some differences between them. We commonly refer to them in our speed optimization articles, and we want to clarify the differences between the two. Their Purpose Both of these tools are designed to […]
8 months ago

How To Add Custom Fonts To Elementor

In this article we're going to discuss how to add custom fonts to Elementor. There are a couple of methods to do this, each with their own pros and cons. In this article we're going to discuss the three of the most popular ways of adding custom font files. Why Add custom fonts to Elementor? […]
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8 months ago

Lazy Load an Image with Dimensions Applied in WordPress

In this article we're going to be discussing how to lazy load an image with dimensions applied in WordPress. You may be browsing through your Chrome devtools console and come across this error message: [Intervention] An <img> element was lazyloaded with loading=lazy, but had no dimensions specified. Specifying dimensions improves performance. What Does This Lazy […]
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8 months ago

How To Avoid document.write() In WordPress

In this article we are going to discuss how to avoid document.write() on a WordPress Website, what failing the audit means for you, and actionable tips on how to fix it. As part of your Google Lighthouse Or Google PageSpeed audit, you may find that your website uses document.write(). When generating these reports, if the […]
8 months ago

How To Add Custom Breakpoints To Elementor

In this article we're going to discuss how to add custom breakpoints to Elementor. Over the years, this has been a highly requested feature of the Elementor team, though they have yet to integrate this. Why Do You Want Custom Breakpoints? As an agency that uses Elementor to build client websites, we frequently have uses […]
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8 months ago

How To Add AdSense Ads To Elementor

In this article we are going to be discussing how to add AdSense ads to Elementor. If you have a well followed website or blog that receives many visitors per day, you can probably monetize it using AdSense. However, there's not much information out there on how to add the physical ads into your Elementor […]
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8 months ago

What Is bam.nr-data.net?

A few weeks ago as we were analyzing the loading of our client website, we noticed that it was connecting to a domain called “bam.nr-data.net”. We didn't know what this meant, and feared that the website was infected with malware. Off the bat, we figured that the website was connecting with this domain for malicious […]
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8 months ago

Bluehost VS Cloudways In 2021

In today's blog post, we're going to be comparing Bluehost VS Cloudways, two different WordPress webhosts that land in the same price range. As an agency, we have first hand experience with both Bluehost and Cloudways, having used both when working with client websites. In full disclosure, we're using Cloudways to host our current agency […]
8 months ago

Plugin Toolbox: A List Of All The WordPress Plugins We Use (And Why)

We are frequently asked what plugins we use most often in client websites. in this article, we're going to list every plugin that we frequently use in our client websites. we've been building websites for the past four years, and in that time we've identified a list of plugins that work really well for us. […]
8 months ago

How To Add Dark Mode To A WordPress Website

In this post, we're going to be discussing how to add dark mode to WordPress. Recently, many major websites have added dark modes to their user interfaces, Such as YouTube, Reddit, Stack Overflow, Facebook, and more. The massive spike that occurred in October 2019 coincided with the addition of dark mode to Instagram and a […]
8 months ago

W3 Total Cache VS WP Rocket 2021

In this blog post we're going to be comparing the two leading caching plugins, one being W3 Total Cache which is free from the WordPress repository, and one being WP Rocket which is a premium solution. We've seen a lot of questions about the two plugins, typically going something like this: Is spending $49.00 on […]
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8 months ago

Building Valuable Backlinks For A Photography Portfolio Website

Introduction In this blog post we wanted to introduce a strategy that some of our clients who are photographers used to build high authority backlinks to there portfolios. It's a pretty simple strategy, and one that comes with a host of additional benefits. By acquiring these valuable backlinks to your photography portfolio, you'll rank higher […]
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8 months ago

Export WordPress Posts With Featured Images

In this blog post we're going to discuss the best way to export WordPress pages and posts with featured images. The default way of exporting WordPress blog posts only exports the text and formatting - not any featured images or media attachments. This is definitely an issue because most blog posts contain images (or should, […]
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8 months ago

How To Make An Elementor Website Load Faster

This is a transcript of our "Speed Up Elementor: How To Make An Elementor Website Load Faster" tutorial so you can easily follow along. The tools we're using: This video discusses the tools, tips and techniques that you need to improve the speed of your element or website. In this example video, we improve the […]
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