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Create a Survey for WP-- Which Plug-in Do You Recommend

Started by Barry Dunlap. Last reply by Barry Dunlap Apr 10. 10 Replies

Good morning!I'm getting ready to create a survey as part of a contest in which my audience will select a favorite episode of the First Fourteen for my podcast…Continue

Tags: Plug-in, WP, survey

Nav menu in Thesis theme shows text no audio

Started by Mark Stull. Last reply by Dustin Hartzler Apr 10. 3 Replies

So I have the thesis theme and have a Nav button titled "PODCASTS" on my home page (http://www.kingshouse.org) when you click it it only shows text and not the…Continue

Invitation For Your Feedback To Improve Wordpress Site

Started by Evan Doyle. Last reply by Camden Ross Apr 9. 9 Replies

I look forward to learning from this group. I would love your feedback on my wordpress site: http://www.dailychristianhelp.com/The two…Continue

MailChimp Plugin

Started by Robby Robbins Apr 4. 0 Replies

Good Friday,For those that use MailChimp, what plugin do you use to collect email address and why did you choose it? BlessingsRobbyContinue

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Comment by Don Current on April 5, 2014 at 11:15am

Well, first off, I wouldn't use a plugin for mobile. Mobile is the becoming the primary means of accessing websites, so Mobile should be a native part of the website. Any Theme worth it's price should be Mobile Responsive and adjust itself to whatever device is being used. That way the user gets a common experience regardless of what method they are using to access the site.

Personally, I use Genesis/Studiopress Themes for the websites I build. Most of their themes are HTML5 and Mobile Responsive. They are fast and SEO friendly. You can check them out here. (affiliate link)

Comment by Jeremy Sabacek on April 5, 2014 at 11:00am

I am planning to update a website to WordPress; but I'm not sure what theme to use for their business. What are a couple of good suggestions that will lend well for a hair salon business? Thanks.

And for the site going mobile I'm using the UppSite - Go Mobile™ plugin.  Good or should there be a better alternative?


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Comment by Jeff Long on March 31, 2014 at 8:15am

Hi Jeremy,

Go ahead and post your question to a new discussion. That way we can best help you. It's a great question and I'm sure we'll have lots of input from the group.

Comment by John Chang on March 30, 2014 at 7:00pm

My recommendation is to use the K.I.S.S. principle - a lot of folks try to use Flash because it looks.. flashy, but here's the thing -

Their customers are more likely trying to find them on a mobile device, which is simply a recipe for disaster. Flash + Mobile = Bad Display ..ideally, get a mobile-READY website; may cost a little more depending on who builds it, but let's put it another way..

If 7 out of 10 folks are trying to find your business on a mobile device, why would you not build your website for this?

Comment by Jeremy Sabacek on March 29, 2014 at 10:42am

Good Afternoon:

I am planning to update a Client's website to WordPress; but I'm not sure what theme to use for their business. What are a couple of good suggestions for a hair salon business?


Comment by John Chang on March 19, 2014 at 2:04pm

currently working on the same thing, Jeremy - going off this video at the moment.. installing Contact Form 7 with a simple Captcha..  

Comment by Jeremy Sabacek on March 19, 2014 at 12:57pm

Good Afternoon:

I'm need of help with a coding problem. I want to create an e-mail contact form on to my current HTML website; yet I seem to have run into a brick wall as to how to solve it.

I can provide the code in a separate e-mail and is looking for suggestions and help on how to solve it.

If interested give a shout out on my page or you can e-mail me.

Thanks. Jeremy


Comment by Camden Ross on February 28, 2014 at 8:47am

Hi Shelly,

Here's a blog post I found that details this step by step:


Let us know if you have any other questions.


Comment by Shelly Carlson on February 28, 2014 at 7:41am

How does one change the "Admin" username?

Comment by Camden Ross on February 27, 2014 at 6:04pm

Another quick tip for those who have WordFence installed would be to look in the plugin settings for a box labeled "ban invalid usernames" or something similar.

If you are the only person managing your site (as is often the case), feel free to check this box. It will make it significantly harder for hackers to break in because they will be banned after every failed log-in attempt without a correct username. (Making cracking your site via brute force methods very impractical and inefficient.)

Enjoy being a touch more secure. :)



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