So you’ve decided to launch a foray with WordPress as your backbone. Congratulations! Whether this is your first or fifteenth WordPress website, you may or may not have dabbled in tightening down your security. We go over some of the essential security you should use and implement on your WordPress site. Remember what they say, […]
hasOptimization is proud to announce the launch of a new website for NH appetizer platter catering board creators j.b. smorgasboard! We worked with owners Jill and Brit to launch their first ever website, logo, and marketing materials. We were happy to be able to assist these new business owners with taking their first steps forward […]
Something interesting happened this morning, as they sometimes do. Monster Insights, the popular Google Analytics integration plugin for WordPress, released an updated version of their plugin (as they often do). Along with an updated preference panel, the new MonsterInsights (free version is now being called Lite) version 7.4 also removed manual Google Analytics authentication. In […]
Gutenberg has been out for… Like all of a week now. While it’s sometimes breaking things and sometimes working A-okay, there are some weird bugs that are popping up here and there while we wait for theme authors and plugin authors to roll out adjustments to their items to make Gutenberg work as seamlessly as […]
We’ve already gone through how to get featured images/blog post images to show in MailChimp with the Featured Image in RSS plugin, but perhaps you don’t want to use a plugin. Maybe you’re looking for a way to edit your RSS feed without putting yet another plugin into your WordPress install. Never fear! We can […]
hasOptimization is proud to announce the launch of a new site for Prescott Farm Environment Education Center in Laconia, NH.
If you have heard anything about WordPress, you might’ve heard the word “gutenberg” thrown around quite a bit lately. Here we talk about Gutenberg, what it is, and how it will affect your website.
I love using Pinterest to embed content into WordPress. It’s great! It’s an endless source of content, and for the most part all of the credit you need to offer back to the original creator of the pin is already contained within the pin. You aren’t hosting images on your own space as well, so it’s […]
Sometimes, you just get really comfortable with some of the plugins you use. It’s really easy to take for granted the fact that there are hundreds of thousands of free plugins for you to use in the WordPress repository, and even easier to forget that no one is getting paid to write these. Many of the […]
Like any piece of software used by millions of people, WordPress is subject to a lot of potential security problems. While most security issues can be plugged up with simple updates (the WordPress team appears to be relatively good at plugging up holes and flaws), sometimes security issues can arise that aren’t as clear cut. […]