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Custom Website Design Versus Template Websites in WordPress

With the recent explosion of popular content management system platforms such as WordPress over the past few years, the line between WordPress template websites and custom website design has been blurred to the point where clients want to know which one is right for them. Is a WordPress template website...

Protecting Website Content

More often than you can imagine we are asked a question during the process of website design that goes something like this: “We want to post images, videos, and text but we don’t want anyone to be able to copy our website’s content – Can we protect this but still...

Why Choose WordPress For Your Website Design?

WordPress is an open source Content Management System (CMS) and the most popular one in use today with more than 60 million websites and blogs powered by it. Because WordPress website design gives users easy access to manage their pages and posts at no cost, designers and developers can create...

WooCommerce Coupons

Introduction to Coupons Are you looking to promote your store sales by offering rewards such as free shipping, and/or discount certain items via email or secret promotions? Coupons are a great way to go beyond simple sale pricing to provide incentives to new and or existing customers. If you want...

WordPress Query Optimization

At IQComputing we believe in making websites run as fast as possible, regardless of whether a CDN or caching instrument is employed. Whenever developing a theme or working on a plugin optimization is always in the back of our mind. In this article we’ll explain some of the things we...

Crop and Resize Images For Your WordPress Website

Have an image you need sized and cropped down for a custom section of your website (such as a slideshow, team member image, etc.)? You’re in luck! We’ve outlined a few solutions which will aid you in saving your image to meet your needs. Before getting started, please ensure your...

Setting up WordPress locally

Having a local development space is critical for today’s developers. Some IDEs like PHPStorm and Visual Studio ( For the Microsoft side of things ) already have this type of functionality built in. What the following will cover is installing a based local server: WAMPServer ( Windows Apache MySQL and...

WordPress Media Library – Adding Media to Pages

The WordPress Media Library allows you to easily upload, crop, re-size, edit, remove, and rearrange all your media. The Media Library is not limited to just images, below is a list of accepted media that you are allowed to upload. Accepted Filetypes Images Audio Documents Video jpg / jpeg png...

Reset WordPress Website Password

Oh no! You’ve forgotten your password! Fortunately, requesting a new password is as easy as 1, 2, 3! Step 1: Go to your login page and click the “Lost your password?” link directly underneath the login form, it looks like this: Step 2: Once clicked, you will be redirected to...

Locked Out of WordPress

To keep your website secure there is a limit to how many times somebody ( or some robot ) can attempt to log into your administration panel before the IP is blocked. You have 4 tries to log in correctly. Fortunately, if you do get locked out you can follow the...

Securing Your Content Management System (CMS)

There are many factors that play into keeping your Content Management System (CMS) and website secure from both brute force attacks as well as other intrusions such as file system and injection-based hacking. Among the approaches that we use to keep your site secure, here are a few that can...

WordPress Editor – Adding Content

When editing a page or post, The Editor section describes the area of the interface where you will make your text, image, and other media changes. Let’s start by adding text to the editor so we can manipulate it. If you’re familiar with Microsoft Word or similar editors, this should...

Managing WordPress Users

Like everything in WordPress, adding a user is a simple process. To get started: access your WordPress CMS dashboard (if you do not know your password you can recover it using the built-in password reset system or request assistance from us). Once logged in, on the left hand navigation toward...

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