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Got a sneaking suspicion the SEO company you hired might not be legit? Columnist Greg Gifford shares his list of red flags to look out for.
Spring conference season is in full swing, and I’ve had my mind blown several times already — not from amazing presentations (although there were several), but from conversations with business owners and newbies in the marketing world.
WordPress automatically displays a toolbar at the top of the page when you’re logged in. Whether you’re using your site in the backend or checking it out on the front-end, the toolbar is always there – and for many it’s really annoying.
For developers, the toolbar can slightly throw off a theme’s design, especially if you have some CSS styling that may not be visible with the admin bar in the way. For others, the toolbar is simply distracting.
Either way, it’s easy to disable the toolbar. Here are a few quick ways to hide it.
If you are a web freelancer, one of the hardest parts of getting clients is figuring out if they are the right client for you. Using a questionnaire with your potential clients to gather all the project details is a great way to start the process and determine whether to proceed. However, it seems like a lot of work.
Fortunately, WordPress comes to the rescue! One of its most popular form plugins, Gravity Forms, makes it really easy to set up a form on your website with everything you need to manage your pre-sales questions. Its powerful features will help you easily create a questionnaire that suits your needs.
This article will take you through the process of creating a questionnaire with Gravity Forms so that you can start impressing your prospects.