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14 06, 2019

5 Must-Have WordPress Plugins for Ranking Better on Google in 2019 | Online Marketing GTA

By |2019-06-14T10:03:54-04:00June 14th, 2019|

How many of you believe that having too many WordPress plugins will slow down your website? This fact is only true if you use poorly coded WordPress plugins. With over 50,000+ WordPress plugins available to download, it can be quite difficult for webmasters to select the right one. Having recently written about the best SEO

24 10, 2018

Focus on a Mobile Responsive Website Before Developing an App for your Business | Digital Marketing Toronto

By |2018-10-29T16:45:03-04:00October 24th, 2018|

Try this: Close your eyes. Dig deep into your memory, especially the last month or so. Ask yourself: how many apps have I downloaded onto my smart phone or tablet this month? If you answered one or more, then you are part of the minority. Everyone is talking about apps. Internet marketing companies are always

20 04, 2015

The Mobilegeddon: Is Your Website Mobile Friendly?

By |2015-04-20T14:08:30-04:00April 20th, 2015|

Last month, Google announced that it will be coming out with a new algorithm on April 21. The purpose of this update is mainly to provide mobile users with more relevant search results. The name of this algorithm is Armageddon, although many people simply refer to it as the “Mobilegeddon”. The algorithm comes as no

30 04, 2013

How to Add a User to a WordPress Multisite Via Database as an Administrator

By |2013-04-30T15:57:32-04:00April 30th, 2013|

WP_MultiSiteA while back we were given permission to host and edit a clients' website, built on Wordpress with Multisite functionality. However, for various reasons we were unable to get in touch with the previous developer who had Admin access to the sites. Since we were hosting their website and database, we at least had that. The solution then was to add a new user (us) through the back-end. The question that remained was, how? Here is what we did (Read More)

1 02, 2013

Get-Simple CMS – A Quick, Simple Content Management System – We Build Them

By |2013-02-01T14:29:30-05:00February 1st, 2013|

get-simple-logo-screenWe recently came across across a unique, lightweight content management system (CMS) where all data is handled by XML files. This CMS is called Get-Simple.
Get-Simple is not as feature-rich or robust at CMSs like Wordpress or Drupal, but it's easy to set up, theme and edit. Get-Simple is relatively limited in features. However, it requires no MySQL database and is already looks like it has the basic array of materials for a CMS. It has a photo gallery, basic shopping cart, SEO plugin, custom SEO-friendly URLs, a WYSIWYG editor, an XML sitemap, a contact form, and more. It’s also very easy to theme from any HTML theme you choose. What’s more is that it loads very fast.