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How to Set up a Basic WordPress Website

This YouTube video shows the first steps a user with a computer and internet connection can use to build a basic website using WordPress. The man in the video tutorial is very specific on how to use WordPress to make a website. He goes step-by-step on what to do. He starts with creating the theme […]

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LavaLink Co-Founder Daniel Flood to Give WordPress Seminar at SDSU

Mr Flood in Feb. 2011, presenting WordPress training before the Graphic Design Guild. SAN DIEGO, October 5, 2011 – On Wednesday, October 5th 2011, Daniel Flood, LavaLink Co-Founder and VP of Strategy & Client Services, is set to host a 90-minute long WordPress seminar at the Storm Hall on the San Diego State University Campus. […]

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Urgent: Use the Correct Colors for Your WordPress Site

Choosing the right color shades for your San Diego WordPress website template can be a challenging task. With millions of available options, it can be difficult to determine where to start! Nonetheless, you should know that color plays a very important role in creating the right impression to your target audience. In general, for well-established […]

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5 Ways to Gain Unlimited Energy and Incredible Focus

If you like the advice in this article, please consider sharing it with a friend! Your inner game is the greatest leverage to your success in business and in life. Your ability to follow through and realize your goals depends on whether or not you have enough energy to accomplish them in the first place! […]

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Constructing the Core: 4 Critical Components to Market a Local Business Online

Many designers that you might hire don’t really understand marketing and design’s role in a marketing campaign, preferring to showcase their WordPress design abilities rather than using it for their client’s sake. And many search engine professionals lack the experience to really comprehend it at a deep level. And most marketing agencies will mark up […]

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7 Simple Steps to Adding Custom Fonts to Your WordPress Website

Watch the WordPress font replacement Video tutorial above. Cufon text is an alternative to web-safe fonts that converts font paths into a vector form, making your typography viewable across different browsers and different computers, even if the viewer doesn’t have the font installed to their desktop. It’s also more search friendly than using images, which […]

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