On April 10th, 2016, Brad Iroff, a reputable WordPress designer/developer in the Atlanta area, passed away at such a young age of only 36 years old. He died of a heart attack. Brad is survived by a wife, a daughter, and a second child on the way. My deepest sympathies go out to his family. No family should have to go through this.
If your WordPress website has at least two users who can access and edit the Gravity Forms section (usually administrators), then you may have seen the locked form message. When this message appears, you cannot edit that particular form. Learn 3 ways to unlock a Gravity Form.
If you are a business owner, and you don’t know about Yelp, then read my blog post on Yelp business pages to get yourself up to speed. If you do have Yelp page, then you know that they are strict on what reviews they consider legitimate. Yelp will not disclose any details of their review filter guidelines, so what I’m about to tell you is all theory, but my assumptions have been correct way more often than not.
Updating the hours of operation on Facebook isn’t so intuitive. We’ve been told that this blog post has been more helpful than Facebook’s page support. When we first published this blog post, you could only update the hours of operation from a computer. That’s not the case anymore.
If I am putting together a WordPress website that needs a photo gallery that will be updated frequently, I use one of these two plugins.
I use these three WordPress plugins in every one of my clients websites. Yoast SEO is for exactly what it says it is for. Wordfence and BackupBuddy are for security.