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Emmet Wrap With Abbreviation Cheatsheet

By Tom Nguyen / April 4, 2021 /

This article was originally posted on May 6, 2020. I learned about Emmet from Brad Hussey. I took his course on building WordPress themes with Bootstrap. In the course, he used Coda 2, an Apple web development code editor, and Emmet, a tookit designed to improve your HTML & CSS workflow. Coda 2 has an…

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How to Add Custom CSS to Wufoo Forms

By Tom Nguyen / March 25, 2021 /

Wufoo forms speed up the form creation and editing process, and by using their forms theme maker, you can style Wufoo forms to look like they are part of your website. If a you can’t style a Wufoo form exactly the way that you want by using their forms theme maker (i.e. a font isn’t available in the theme maker), you can apply a stylesheet that is hosted on your website’s server or a Dropbox folder. Read this post to find out how.

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Post and Comment as Yourself on Your Facebook Company Page

By Tom Nguyen / February 8, 2021 /

This Facebook article was originally posted on November 13, 2017. Table of Contents Create a New Post on a Facebook Company Page as Yourself (Desktop) Comment on an Existing Facebook Company Page Post as Yourself (Desktop) Comment on a Visitor’s Post on a Facebook Company Page as Yourself (Desktop) Create a New Post and Comment…

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How to Pass Payment Transaction Fees to the Customer

By Tom Nguyen / December 24, 2020 /

This article was originally posted on June 13, 2016. Both Stripe and Paypal process payments for a 2.9% + $.30 fee, and they take their fee off the top. That’s only $3.20 off of a $100 transaction, but what if you process payments of $7500 or more? Paypal or Stripe fees would then be over…

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How to Scrape Info from Google Serps with Screaming Frog

By Tom Nguyen / December 23, 2020 /

This article was originally posted on January 16, 2020. To do this, you need to have an understanding of a little bit of XPath and Google search queries. You also need to know how to use the Screaming Frog SEO tool. I first learned about doing this from Rory Truesdale’s blog post on Search Engine…

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How I Reinstated My Suspended Google My Business Listing

By Tom Nguyen / December 2, 2020 /

This article was orginally posted on November 24, 2020 If Google gives your business a hard Google My Business (GMB for short) suspension, they will remove your business from their listings. This includes any listings with an address that usually show on top of Google’s organic results and Google Maps. For lots of small businesses,…

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Setting Up SEO Meta Tag Templates for Post Types on Yoast SEO

By Tom Nguyen / April 23, 2020 /

This article was originally published on December 3, 2018. The Yoast SEO plugin allows you to define a template for your SEO titles and meta descriptions for all of your post types. By default, WordPress has a few post types: Posts, Pages, Attachments, Revisions, Navigation Menus, Custom CSS, and Changesets. The two default post types that…

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How to Track Visits from Google My Business on Google Analytics

By Tom Nguyen / April 16, 2020 /

You can do this by adding UTM codes to your urls. If you don’t use UTM codes, visits from Google My Business (GMB) will just show up in Google Analytics as google / organic. In this post, I’ll show you how to add a UTM code to your urls in your GMB listing as well…

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How to use CodeKit Hooks to Copy Sass and CSS Files

By Tom Nguyen / April 6, 2020 /

If you don’t know about CodeKit, it’s a local development Mac tool which auto-refreshes your local site every time a file is saved. You can also look at your local sites on any device that is connected to your network with CodeKit. Among many other features, it also compiles Sass and Less files. When I’m…

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Using Google’s Related Searches as a Keyword Tool

By Tom Nguyen / January 4, 2020 /

This article was originally published on August 10, 2012. Keyword research is the foundation of our SEO services. If you don’t know what people should be typing to find your site, then you won’t know what keywords should go into your content. One option is to purchase a monthly or yearly membership to WordTracker.  It’s…

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