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WordPress Christmas Giveaway

WordPress Christmas Giveaway

"The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear!" For your sake, the WordPress team isn't going to sing to you (you should hear some members of the team sing). But! In celebration of the Christmas season, we are doing a WordPress Christmas...

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Top Design Sites Made with Divi

Top Design Sites Made with Divi

Sometimes when designing a site, I find it easier to look at different sites to gather inspiration than starting from scratch.Design can be difficult when you don’t have an idea of what you want the end result to look like. For that reason, it’s…

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Exciting Upgrade for Your UARK WordPress Site

Exciting Upgrade for Your UARK WordPress Site

An exciting new upgrade is coming for WordPress users at the University of Arkansas. On Saturday, September 30, personal WordPress sites will be migrated from on-campus hosting to cloud hosting with CampusPress, a national leader in higher education web hosting. 

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WordPress in the Classroom

WordPress in the Classroom

What if I told you there was a way that students could take ownership of the learning process? That they would be excited about learning and would take the initiative on assignments? Yes, this is actually possible! With WordPress integrated into the classroom, students get to engage with the curriculum while practicing self-expression.

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5 Reasons You Should Blog

5 Reasons You Should Blog

So you have a website where you display what you do. You may have checked out our other posts about design, marketing, content or more. This may seem like plenty to manage and keep updated already; however, I am going to give five reasons you should use your website to blog.

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4 Design Trends to Modernize Your Site

4 Design Trends to Modernize Your Site

Just like clothing and car styles, websites styles are constantly changing. If your site was created any time from 2 to 15 years ago, the change may be happening more rapidly than you ever expected. But just like the mullet you rocked in kindergarten, your website may need some major updating if you want to be taken seriously.

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What is the Difference between a Page and a Post

What is the Difference between a Page and a Post

When creating a new site, publishing content can be daunting. Creating and determining content is a beast in itself (but that’s for another blog post). The publishing should be easy, right? You have the information for your site – now what? Where does it go? What will it look like to other users? I will go into detail about pages versus posts.

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